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Plus – announcements, comings & goings and other items from behind the scenes at the Museum.

Formby comes to Finchley!

September 2017 · News

artsdepot present a one-man play about George Formby on October 17th at 2.00pm and 7.30pm.

Big Screen Time Revival

September 2017 · News

The Big Screen Time Revival Film Fair takes place on 22nd October 2017, at Harvey Road Primary School, Croxley Green, Rickmansworth.

Stanley’s Film Club presents Their Finest (12A) + archive film

September 2017 · News

Stanley’s Film Club, the community cinema based in South London, are extremely excited to be screening Their Finest (2016), as well as archive film Croydon 1943, introduced by historian John Hickman.

More photos from the Ken Russell Festival

September 2017 · News

More photos from the Tribute to Ken Russell season at the Cinema Museum. These feature Robert Powell and Georgina Hale, who introduced Mahler (1974), and Glenda Jackson, who introduced The Music Lovers (1970).

Photos from the final event of the Ken Russell Festival

September 2017 · News

Ken Russell’s widow Lisi was joined by film editor Michael Bradsell and actress Judith Paris for a discussion on Ken’s life and work, chaired by Brian Sibley, on the last day of the Tribute to Ken Russell season at the Cinema Museum.

Photos from the Ken Russell Festival

August 2017 · News

Critic Mark Kermode and film editor Michael Bradsell introduced The Devils (1971), as part of the Tribute to Ken Russell season at the Cinema Museum.

Lambeth Heritage Festival September 2017

August 2017 · News

Lambeth Heritage Festival returns for its fifth year this September, hosting a range of over 60 events to celebrate Lambeth and its extraordinary history.

Prize Draw with Leighton House Museum and the Cinema Museum

August 2017 · News

Leighton House Museum and The Cinema Museum have teamed up this summer to celebrate the life and work of two visionary artists, separated by a century yet united by their impact on contemporary cinema.