The 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 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.
The Guardian’s Michelle Hanson took a tour of the Museum with Ronald Grant.
A message from Sarah Waters, who provided us with a wonderful evening at The Cinema Museum last November
Martin Pickles curated a programme of animated films at the Cinema Museum on April 14, and and invited all the animators to the screening.
Following Jim Parkyn’s animation workshop at the Museum on April 16th, here is the finished ‘Chaplin themed’ masterpiece.
The Salvation Army and the Cinematograph 1897-1929, by Tony Fletcher
The Philharmonia Orchestra presents a screening of three Charlie Chaplin films, with live music conducted by Carl Davis, on 10 April at the Royal Festival Hall.
Frames of Representation (FoR) is a new festival to discover new documentary cinema and enjoy workshops with top directors.