The Cinema Museum, London

Upcoming Events

The Autumn Season 2024: dates for your diary

Sat 1 Jun - Tue 31 Dec 2024 · Events

Screenings, theatrical extravaganzas, film clubs, book launches, live talks and more as the Cinema Museum continues its fundraising campaign to secure its future.

Special Bollywood fundraiser for The Cinema Museum

Sat 15 Jun 2024 @ 16:00 · Events

Come and enjoy delicious Indian food plus a screening of the epic Padmaavat (2018).

French Sundaes: Marius et Jeanette (1997) on 35mm

Sun 16 Jun 2024 @ 14:00 · Events

The tremendous and life-affirming romcom that brought Robert Guédiguian’s Marseilles to the world. Socially aware and engrossing. One of the most intelligent and enjoyable romcoms you are ever likely to see.

Kennington Noir presents The Big Steal (1949)

Wed 19 Jun 2024 @ 19:30 · Events

Don Siegel directs Robert Mitchum and Jane Greer as two victims of a hoodlum who has robbed them both. They team up to hunt him down in Mexico.

Wonder Reels presents Eva (1962) on 35mm film plus music from DRIFT

Thu 20 Jun 2024 @ 19:00 · Events

Wionder Reels presents a 35mm screening of Joseph Losey's Eva (1962) preceded by a set from British-Italian producer Nathalia Bruno, performing as DRIFT.

Cinema Mentiré presents Dry Wind / Vento Seco (2020)

Thu 27 Jun 2024 @ 19:30 · Events

In partnership with Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest, Cinema Mentiré’s electrifying pick to celebrate Pride Month is a neon fantasy of erotic discovery set in the rustic Brazilian midwest, where a dry wind brings a scorching heat.

The Nickel presents The Driver (1978) on 16mm film

Wed 3 Jul 2024 @ 19:30 · Events

Another pit-stop with The Nickel Cinema as they continue their season of road films with Walter Hill’s cult classic The Driver (1978). A slick, stripped back, neon soaked LA neo-noir with Ryan O’Neal as le samuouraï of the LA freeway and Bruce Dern as the psychotically determined cat to his mouse.

Robert Ross presents Carry On Up The Cinema Museum V

Sat 6 Jul 2024 @ 12:00 · Events

In what has become a sell-out bi-annual treat for devotees of the Carry Ons, the official historian of the series, Robert Ross, hosts another full day of hilarious anecdotes, rare clips from the vaults, and a roll-call of very special guests.