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.
The Kennington Bioscope is a regular cinema event that takes place at the Cinema Museum.
The Cinema Museum is pleased to host the launch event for this year’s festival.
Compelling theatre from ISOSCELES as British drag act Arthur Lucan and fading horror star Bela Lugosi are thrown together in 1951 to make a B movie.
Join us for this enlightening screening and Q&A discussion with panelists including members of the Great Ormond Street Hospital Visual Impairment team.
At 6.00 The Cardboard Citizens Walk will end at The Cinema Museum with a screening of Charlie Chaplin short The Tramp (1915).
This regular event (second Tues of each month, Sept-Dec 2014) provides a rare opportunity to see early 20th-century 'one reel’ films alongside contemporary short films, plus Q&As and a licensed bar. A must for cineastes and filmmakers alike!
From the sublime to the ridiculous – film critic Richard Fitzwilliams considers the faults and merits of the ‘epic’.