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 Cinema Museum was delighted to receive from Daniel Kaye, Jacqueline Kaye and Jeremy Kaye in memory of their mother Angela Kaye her collection of 500 film books.
The Cinema Museum is happy to announce that today is the 30th anniversary of the founding of the museum.
Following the latest Saturday Morning Pictures, Andrew Roberts, one of our volunteers, has put together a fabulous little montage of clips from the event and posted it on You Tube.
On September 25th, the Museum hosted the premier screening of the short film Our Walworth (2014), directed by Peter Wells-Thorpe, which explores the hidden world of the historic manor of Walworth.
Director Alex Barrett has started a crowdfunding campaign to finance his film London Symphony.
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.
No Drum To Beat, book launch, is at the Cinema Museum, Kennington, at 7.30 pm on Friday, 24th October 2014.