The Cinema Museum, London

Past Events Archive

The Fido Awards 2012

Sun 9 Dec 2012 @ 11:30 · Events

Star-studded red carpet awards ceremony for best Historical Hound, Comedy Canine, Mutt Moment, RomCom Rover and Blockbuster Bowser! Don't miss!

Screening: Invictus (2009) + Q&A

Fri 7 Dec 2012 @ 17:00 · Events

The inspiring true story of how Nelson Mandela used the universal language of sport to unite a nation riven by racial animosity. This fundraising event in partnership with the African Foundation for Development will include a Q&A with journalist John Carlin, who wrote the book on which the film was based, plus canapés, conversation and private tours of the Museum.

Inside Trader: an evening with Trader Faulkner

Thu 6 Dec 2012 @ 19:30 · Events

With a stage career working with Gielgud, Olivier, Vivien Leigh and Peter Hall, and film roles alongside John Mills, Laurence Harvey and James Coburn, you can expect some glorious anecdotes, including tales of Trader's mentor Peter Finch!

The London Improvisers Orchestra

Sun 2 Dec 2012 @ 20:15 · Events

From its origins in 1997, this ensemble has gained a reputation for making cutting edge music and has performed in many venues, including Ronnie Scott’s.

CineSunday screening with cocktails: The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert

Sun 2 Dec 2012 @ 15:00 · Events

“We Three Queens of Orient Are” – Christmas is here and we’re polishing our tinsel frocks for what will be the campest CineSundays to date …

Screening: Cinema Komunisto

Fri 30 Nov 2012 @ 19:30 · Events

This fascinating journey through the crumbling remains of Tito's film industry explores the rise and fall of the former Yugoslavia through the movies made under its Communist leader, including state-financed super-productions starring the likes of Richard Burton, Sophia Loren and Orson Welles.

Dark Angels: Art Song for Voice and Guitar

Thu 29 Nov 2012 @ 19:30 · Events

Critically acclaimed duo CN Lester and Toby Carr will be performing the music of Peter Maxwell Davies and Benjamin Britten to celebrate the launch of their debut album. "Who knew a guitar could sound so enchanting, so ethereal? ... It was like the opposite of watching X-Factor. It cleared the mind."

Screening: Suffering in Silence

Sun 25 Nov 2012 @ 19:30 · Events

This controversial LGBT short, written by Ciarra Nevitt & Anthony James, follows the story of a lesbian couple and two gay men in south London on a journey of self discovery, love, lies and secrets, while under pressure from both society’s judgement and their parents’ plans for their future. The cast was a combination of young people with little or no previous acting experience and industry professionals.