Two classic double bills and some very special guests mark the 50th anniversary of London’s only specialised horror and fantasy film club.
The second Kennington Talkies event is a W.C. Fields Anniversary double bill.
Two screenings, followed by Q&A with the director, of Love Hard, a work of docu-portraiture about BDSM and intimacy.
The Vito Project presents Les Invisibles (2012), a documentary exploring the lives of 11 gay men and women over the age of 70.
Love and Devotion is an evening of three documentaries that portray kinky lifestyles and the BDSM culture.
Exploding Cinema present The Disposable Film Festival 2015.
Adam Feinstein examines the films that Hollywood director Michael Curtiz made in the 1950s and argues that many of these are near-masterpieces.
The Kennington Bioscope presents Evangeline (1929), directed by Edwin Carewe and starring Dolores del Rio, Roland Drew, and Alec B. Francis.
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