- BFFS (British Federation of Film Societies). The national organisation for the support and representation of film societies throughout the UK.
- BFI (British Film Institute). Established in 1933 to promote greater understanding, appreciation and access to film and TV culture. The website has pages for
- — Sight & Sound, the leading publication on film, and
- —The BFI South Bank Theatre, previously called The National Film Theatre.
- Subtitled Online. A one-stop source for any world cinema fan. Particularly focussed on foreign films available in the UK, the website features news, reviews, interviews, competitions, etc. covering all genres of film-making. etc.
- Times Online. The latest news, reviews, interviews and trailers.
- The Internet Movie Database. Everything you need to know about films and those who made them and performed in them.
- Allmovie.com. Reviews, trailers, archives and topics.
- Halliwell's Film Guide. A website celebrating Halliwell's Film Guide, described as an "indispensable oracle of film knowledge".
- The Oscars. The official Academy Awards database.
- Rotten Tomatoes. Reviews, Previews and Ratings on their 'Tomatometer'.
- Find Any Film. Funded by The British Film Council, a useful site for information on cinema and TV listings, DVD rentals or purchase and legitimate sources for downloading films.
- We have a reciprocal arrangement with Letchworth Film Club, under which there are arrangements for members to attend each other's films. For further information please contact Peter Griffiths on 01462 671679. You can also find out about Letchworth Arts and Leisure Group
- Some of you may have seen the splendid restoration of The Rex Cinema, Berkhamsted. Up-to-date information about its facilities and shows are available. There is now something similar in St Albans brought about by converting the erstwhile Odeon Cinema to The Odyssey.
- For anyone interested in local history, there is a fascinating record of Welwyn village since 1968 at Welwyn Film Record Society.
Garden City Cinema.The Cinema, where the Film Society shows its films, runs its own full programme of films and other leisure events.
For local commercial multi-screen cinemas, showing popular films :—