The Cinema Museum, London


Laurie Marsh

September 2021 · News

The Trustees, volunteers and all connected with The Cinema Museum are very sad to hear that our good friend and kind benefactor Laurie Marsh has died just weeks short of his 91st birthday.

Short Film Night at Film & Food Fest London (North) 22nd July

July 2021 · News

On the evening of Thursday 22nd July, Adventure Cinema are featuring a special showcase of short films from some of the region's finest independent filmmakers.

Museum of Brands Exhibition – Mr Men & Little Miss 50th Anniversary

July 2021 · News

For seven weeks from the 23rd of July, the Museum of Brands in Notting Hill will be showcasing a new family trail to guide visitors around our permanent collection of Mr. Men and Little Miss items.

London Short Film Festival 2022 – Call for Submissions!

July 2021 · News

The 19th London Short Film Festival will be held from 14th-23rd January 2022, and submissions are still open!

100 years of Chaplin’s The Kid at Wilton’s Music Hall

July 2021 · News

To mark the centenary of Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid (1921), Coram will be hosting two intimate screenings at the legendary Wilton Music Hall on Wednesday 7 July.

Cinema Theatre Association talk on Edinburgh and Aberdeen cinemas on Saturday 1 May

April 2021 · News

Portrait of a young Ronald Grant operating a projector

The Cinema Theatre Association presents a two-part Zoom event on the subject of cinemas north of the border, including a talk on Aberdeen cinemas by Cinema Museum co-founder Ronald Grant on Saturday 1 May at 17.30 (UK time).

Europe Day Concert 2021 on Sunday 9 May

April 2021 · News

You are invited to our annual Europe Day Concert which will be broadcast from St John’s Smith Square on Sunday 9 May at 12pm UK time.

Mike Leigh in conversation with Westminster library staff

April 2021 · News

City of Westminster Archives Centre are thrilled to present this interview with the award-winning director of such classics as Naked, Secrets and Lies ,Vera Drake and Peterloo, to name just a few of his extensive opus.