An exciting venue for London…
The Cinema Museum has a fascinating programme of regular talks, film screenings, bazaars, exhibitions and live events, with presentations from key film industry experts and film historians.
Events take place in either the impressive and spacious hall or the atmospheric 36-seat screening-room, with its old cinema seats and illuminated signage. The events provide an excellent opportunity to explore the Museum.
Screenings, memorabilia bazaar, theatrical extravaganzas, film clubs, book launches, live talks and more as the Cinema Museum continues its fundraising campaign to secure its future.
Kennington Bioscope presents Victor Sjöström's Terje Vigen (1927), often regarded as the start of the golden age of Swedish film.
This entertaining glimpse into everyday life in 1960s East London precedes an evening with actor Murray Melvin.
Thomas Bowington and the London Film Convention present an evening with stage and screen legend Murray Melvin.
Kennington Talkies presents Front Page Woman (1935), directed by Michael Curtiz, and starring Bette Davis and George Brent.
The Cinema Museum Bookstall is open to all between 14.00 and 17.00. Admission free.
Author and self-confessed ‘film freak’ Christopher Fowler makes his ultimate movie selection.
A fascinating new documentary, The McDonagh Sisters and a screening of the sisters’ silent film The Far Paradise (1928), with very special guest appearances.