The Cinema Museum, London


Enamel badge for the Shirley Temple League, promoted by the Sunday Referee newspaperThe Cinema Museum in the media, together with the latest from our Twitter feed.

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

The Picture Palace Project

September 2013 · News · Featured Article

Picture Palace Project Map The Elephant & Castle was once home to an extraordinary number of picture houses and was known as the Piccadilly Circus of the South. The Cinema Museum’s Picture Palace Project is a community heritage scheme supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

A Video Tour with the Guardian

April 2010 · News · Featured Article

The Guardian’s Michelle Hanson took a tour of the Museum with Ronald Grant.

Free magazines offer!

May 2015 · News

One of our supporters is offering a free set of Sight and Sound from 1991 to date. You must take the full set – no cherry picking – and collect them from Vauxhall, SW8. Please contact the Museum on 020 7840 2200.

Projection improvements on their way!

May 2015 · News

Ronald May 013 News on some technical improvement work to a 16mm projector for silent film screenings at the Museum.

New Bicycle rack at the Cinema Museum

May 2015 · News

Cycle Rack A bicycle rack is now available outside the Cinema Museum, courtesy of Transport for London.

Talking Pictures TV Launch

May 2015 · News

Talking Pictures TV is Launching on the SKY Digital Satellite Platform on Tuesday May 26th.

Oval Space presents the London premiere of Art & Craft

April 2015 · News

AC_TheatricalPoster_Web-691x1024 On Tuesday 28th April, Oval Space Cinema presents the London premiere of new documentary Art & Craft (2014), a film by Sam Cullman and Jennifer Grausman, co-directed by Mark Becker.

Dalton Nicholson Collection

April 2015 · News

The Cinema Museum is delighted and grateful to have received a substantial  donation from Tony Dalton and Tim Nicolson from their collection of material  relating to the history of films and filming, including beautiful portraits  of stars taken by the late Pinewood photographer George Courtney Ward.