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.
The Peltz Gallery at Birkbeck, University of London, hosts an exhibition containing a selection of curious, unseen works picked from the collections of The Cinema 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 Vito Project presents Pasolini's 1968 masterpiece Theorem, starring Terence Stamp and Silvano Mangano, in a 35mm print.
South Social Film Festival meets Lebanon, with a screening of Parisienne, a Q&A with director Danielle Arbid and music from Juliana Yazbeck.
A rare screening of the 1916 propaganda film The Battle of the Somme, together with a performance of poems from members of The Poetry School.
Films For Food returns with a screening of the critically acclaimed film I, Daniel Blake (2016) followed by a panel discussion.
The Cinema Museum Bookstall is open to all between 14.00 and 17.00. Admission free.
Walking with the Wounded presents a mystery film as an antidote to Valentine's Day, with all proceeds going to the charity that helps rehabilitate wounded service personnel back into employment.