The Cinema Museum, London

Past Events Archive

REconomy L.I.F.T. (Local Innovation For Transitioners) event

Sat 25 Feb 2017 @ 13:30 · Events

REconomy LIFT e-flier A celebration of the diversity in REconomy activity across London and the South East to enable us to imagine a new economy and skill-up to make it a reality. Transforming Local Economies from the roots up.

Twisted50 Book Launch

Fri 24 Feb 2017 @ 19:00 · Events

twisted50 Twisted50 is a book of 50 stories from 50 disturbed voices of modern horror. Join us for an unforgettable party and award ceremony to celebrate its launch.

The Vito Project presents Tangerine (2015)

Wed 22 Feb 2017 @ 19:00 · Events

Tangerine 2 The Vito Project presents the 2015 indie hit Tangerine, about a transgender sex worker who discovers her boyfriend has been cheating on her, all shot on iPhones.

Walls Come Tumbling Down with Daniel Rachel

Mon 20 Feb 2017 @ 19:30 · Events

Walls Come Tumbling Down Daniel Rachel is the author of Walls Come Tumbling Down, about the rise of Rock Against Racism, Red Wedge and the Anti Nazi League in the 1970s and 80s.

Kennington Confidential Movie – an escape from Valentine’s Day

Tue 14 Feb 2017 @ 19:00 · Events

WWTW_SWW 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.

Cinema Museum Bookstall

Sat 11 Feb 2017 @ 14:00 · Events

Only Two Can Play The Cinema Museum Bookstall is open to all between 14.00 and 17.00. Admission free.

Kennington Bioscope presents Salt for Svanetia (1930)

Wed 8 Feb 2017 @ 19:30 · Events

Salt for Svanetia 2 Kennington Bioscope presents Salt for Svanetia (1930), a Soviet documentary directed by Mikhail Kalatozov, along with Tales of the Thousand and One Nights (1921), by Russian emigre director Viktor Tourjansky.

Films For Food screening of I, Daniel Blake with panel discussion

Mon 6 Feb 2017 @ 19:30 · Events

I Daniel Blake Films For Food returns with a screening of the critically acclaimed film I, Daniel Blake (2016) followed by a panel discussion.