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Take a look at all the lovely films we’ve got coming up, by date.

Tue, 24 May

Vortex

The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone. As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of mental and physical degeneration. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

A swirl of sci-fi action genre anarchy from the offbeat directing duo known as the Daniels, giving an unexpected and delightful shot in the arm to the ubiquitous superhero genre. Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who can't seem to finish her taxes, but also must connect with the multiverse to stop galactic calamity. An energetic and stunningly colourful adventure, with loving fanboy casting choices including Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, best known for playing Short Round in Temple of Doom.

The Quiet Girl

Tells the story of Cáit (Catherine Clinch) - a nine year-old girl from an overcrowded, dysfunctional family who is sent away to live with her mother’s relatives for the summer. She is welcomed with open arms by Eibhlín (Carrie Crowley), but her husband (Andrew Bennett) keeps Cáit at arms length. Slowly, but surely a warmth grows within this makeshift family and Cáit blossoms in their care. But in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one painful truth.

Pinc x Black Ink Cinema present: B*A*P*S

PINC has collaborated with BLACK INK CINEMA which is an inclusive space where all movie lovers can come and celebrate Black Cinema from old to new releases, while sparking insightful conversations. We’re excited to host this female buddy comedy film starring Halle Berry and Natalie Desselle, full of fun, laughter and eccentric outfits. Nisi and Mickey are two *Black American Princesses* - or B.A.P.S. for short - who are Hollywood-bound and determined to star in a music video. Instead, they’re roped into a scam concocted by the nephew of the video’s director. Pinc presents you an opportunity to revel in the joy of camp cinema (as well as some of our own guilty pleasures along the way). We hope to see you there!

Wed, 25 May

The Quiet Girl

Tells the story of Cáit (Catherine Clinch) - a nine year-old girl from an overcrowded, dysfunctional family who is sent away to live with her mother’s relatives for the summer. She is welcomed with open arms by Eibhlín (Carrie Crowley), but her husband (Andrew Bennett) keeps Cáit at arms length. Slowly, but surely a warmth grows within this makeshift family and Cáit blossoms in their care. But in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one painful truth.

Vortex

The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone. As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of mental and physical degeneration. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

A swirl of sci-fi action genre anarchy from the offbeat directing duo known as the Daniels, giving an unexpected and delightful shot in the arm to the ubiquitous superhero genre. Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who can't seem to finish her taxes, but also must connect with the multiverse to stop galactic calamity. An energetic and stunningly colourful adventure, with loving fanboy casting choices including Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, best known for playing Short Round in Temple of Doom.

Cine-real presents: Breakfast at Tiffany's

Loosely based on the 1958 novella by Truman Capote, glamorous party girl and Manhattan socialite Holly Golightly finds herself drawn to an aspiring writer who moves into her luxurious apartment complex but her past threatens to get in the way. Breakfast at Tiffany's was nominated for several Academy awards, winning Best Score for Henry Mancini and Best Song for Johnny Mercer's classic tune "Moon River". Ciné-Real is one of the only film clubs in the UK to exclusively play films from original 16mm prints. They are a non-profit organisation which aims to unite film makers and enthusiasts in their appreciation of classic film.

Thu, 26 May

Everything Everywhere All At Once

A swirl of sci-fi action genre anarchy from the offbeat directing duo known as the Daniels, giving an unexpected and delightful shot in the arm to the ubiquitous superhero genre. Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who can't seem to finish her taxes, but also must connect with the multiverse to stop galactic calamity. An energetic and stunningly colourful adventure, with loving fanboy casting choices including Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, best known for playing Short Round in Temple of Doom.

The Quiet Girl

Tells the story of Cáit (Catherine Clinch) - a nine year-old girl from an overcrowded, dysfunctional family who is sent away to live with her mother’s relatives for the summer. She is welcomed with open arms by Eibhlín (Carrie Crowley), but her husband (Andrew Bennett) keeps Cáit at arms length. Slowly, but surely a warmth grows within this makeshift family and Cáit blossoms in their care. But in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one painful truth.

Vortex

The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone. As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of mental and physical degeneration. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date.

Fri, 27 May

The Innocents

During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren't looking. In this original and gripping supernatural thriller, playtime takes a dangerous turn.

Vortex

The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone. As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of mental and physical degeneration. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

A swirl of sci-fi action genre anarchy from the offbeat directing duo known as the Daniels, giving an unexpected and delightful shot in the arm to the ubiquitous superhero genre. Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who can't seem to finish her taxes, but also must connect with the multiverse to stop galactic calamity. An energetic and stunningly colourful adventure, with loving fanboy casting choices including Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, best known for playing Short Round in Temple of Doom.

Sat, 28 May

The Innocents

During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren't looking. In this original and gripping supernatural thriller, playtime takes a dangerous turn.

Vortex

The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone. As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of mental and physical degeneration. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

A swirl of sci-fi action genre anarchy from the offbeat directing duo known as the Daniels, giving an unexpected and delightful shot in the arm to the ubiquitous superhero genre. Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who can't seem to finish her taxes, but also must connect with the multiverse to stop galactic calamity. An energetic and stunningly colourful adventure, with loving fanboy casting choices including Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, best known for playing Short Round in Temple of Doom.

Doc'N Roll presents: In A Silent Way + pre-recorded Q&A

30 years after the release of Talk Talk’s fourth album Spirit of Eden, superfan of the 1980s British art-rock band - Belgian director Gwenaël Breës - found himself crisscrossing the country in an attempt to unravel the mystery surrounding the record. The problem? Up to his death in 2019 lead singer Mark Hollis notoriously declined all interview requests and the rest of the band has followed suit, refusing to allow their music to be used on film. Armed with a boom mic, Breës must attempt the impossible - to make a film about a band that does not want to be filmed, and tell the story of the ultimate art rock album without playing the record. His journey becomes an organic quest with silence as a horizon line and punk as a philosophy, as he contends, despite all obstacles, that music is accessible to all and the human spirit is above technique. The documentary will be followed by a 30 minutes pre-recorded Q&A.

Sun, 29 May

The Innocents

During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren't looking. In this original and gripping supernatural thriller, playtime takes a dangerous turn.

Vortex

The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone. As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of mental and physical degeneration. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date.

Cine-real presents: Breakfast at Tiffany's

Loosely based on the 1958 novella by Truman Capote, glamorous party girl and Manhattan socialite Holly Golightly finds herself drawn to an aspiring writer who moves into her luxurious apartment complex but her past threatens to get in the way. Breakfast at Tiffany's was nominated for several Academy awards, winning Best Score for Henry Mancini and Best Song for Johnny Mercer's classic tune "Moon River". Ciné-Real is one of the only film clubs in the UK to exclusively play films from original 16mm prints. They are a non-profit organisation which aims to unite film makers and enthusiasts in their appreciation of classic film.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

A swirl of sci-fi action genre anarchy from the offbeat directing duo known as the Daniels, giving an unexpected and delightful shot in the arm to the ubiquitous superhero genre. Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who can't seem to finish her taxes, but also must connect with the multiverse to stop galactic calamity. An energetic and stunningly colourful adventure, with loving fanboy casting choices including Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, best known for playing Short Round in Temple of Doom.

Doc'N Roll presents: Love in Bright Landscapes - David McComb of The Triffids

In a short life, David McComb gave up secrets in the shape of his songs, as the singer-songwriter and driving force of the great Australian band, The Triffids. McComb believed in the power of the song, and in The Triffids’ 1986 masterpiece Born Sandy Devotional he found a new Australian voice: a poetically inspired vision of desolate, broken-hearts cast against the bright expanse of beaches, deserts and highways. Using his familiar Western Australian landscape as the canvas for his towering psychodramas, the tragedy and triumph of McComb’s driven, passionate life is brought to the screen with McComb’s poetry and newly discovered letters read by Australian-born Man Booker Prize-winning novelist DBC Pierre; interwoven with excerpts from no less than 75 of David's songs. But McComb’s health faltered and after a heart transplant in 1996, he died in 1999, days short of his 37th birthday - leaving a slew of unanswered questions and unrecorded songs. Love in Bright Landscapes reveals the man behind the songs - via beautifully restored 35mm slides, delightfully evocative home movies and heart-rending interviewees with colleagues, family, and friends.

Mon, 30 May

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

This showing of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes will be a dementia-friendly screening! Showgirls Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw travel to Paris, pursued by a private detective hired by the suspicious father of Lorelei's fiancé, as well as a rich, enamored old man and many other doting admirers. Our cafe and facilities are open from 10am for early arrivals, tea, coffee and cake! The film will begin at 11am. And as with all our accessible screenings carers go free.
Hope to see you there! For more information about these screenings, see our blog post here.

Vortex

The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone. As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of mental and physical degeneration. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date.

The Innocents

During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren't looking. In this original and gripping supernatural thriller, playtime takes a dangerous turn.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

A swirl of sci-fi action genre anarchy from the offbeat directing duo known as the Daniels, giving an unexpected and delightful shot in the arm to the ubiquitous superhero genre. Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who can't seem to finish her taxes, but also must connect with the multiverse to stop galactic calamity. An energetic and stunningly colourful adventure, with loving fanboy casting choices including Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, best known for playing Short Round in Temple of Doom.

Tue, 31 May

The Innocents

During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren't looking. In this original and gripping supernatural thriller, playtime takes a dangerous turn.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

A swirl of sci-fi action genre anarchy from the offbeat directing duo known as the Daniels, giving an unexpected and delightful shot in the arm to the ubiquitous superhero genre. Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who can't seem to finish her taxes, but also must connect with the multiverse to stop galactic calamity. An energetic and stunningly colourful adventure, with loving fanboy casting choices including Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, best known for playing Short Round in Temple of Doom.

The Lady Vanishes

The classic and complex mystery-comedy from Alfred Hitchcock. On a train headed for England a group of travelers is delayed by an avalanche. Holed up in a hotel in a fictional European country, young Iris befriends elderly Miss Froy. When the train resumes, Iris suffers a bout of unconsciousness and wakes to find the old woman has disappeared. The other passengers ominously deny Miss Froy ever existed, so Iris begins to investigate with another traveler and, as the pair sleuth, romantic sparks fly. This screening is hosted by The Palace Club, Chats Palace’s free social club for everyone over 65 years living in Hackney. If you would like to become a member of the Palace Club, please email projects@chatspalace.com or come along to Chats Palace on a Tuesday morning at 10am.

Vortex

The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone. As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of mental and physical degeneration. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date.

Wed, 1 Jun

MEN

In the aftermath of a personal tragedy, Harper retreats alone to the beautiful English countryside, hoping to find a place to heal. However, someone or something from the surrounding woods appears to be stalking her. What begins as simmering dread soon becomes a fully formed nightmare, inhabited by her darkest memories and fears.

Vortex

The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone. As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of mental and physical degeneration. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

A swirl of sci-fi action genre anarchy from the offbeat directing duo known as the Daniels, giving an unexpected and delightful shot in the arm to the ubiquitous superhero genre. Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who can't seem to finish her taxes, but also must connect with the multiverse to stop galactic calamity. An energetic and stunningly colourful adventure, with loving fanboy casting choices including Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, best known for playing Short Round in Temple of Doom.

The Innocents

During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren't looking. In this original and gripping supernatural thriller, playtime takes a dangerous turn.

Doc'N Roll presents: Karen Dalton: In My Own Time

Blues and folk singer Karen Dalton was a prominent figure in 1960s New York. Idolized by Bob Dylan and Nick Cave, Karen discarded the traditional trappings of success and led an unconventional life until her early death. Since most images of Karen have been lost or destroyed, the film uses Karen’s dulcet melodies and interviews with loved ones to build a rich portrait of this singular woman and her hauntingly beautiful voice.

Thu, 2 Jun

MEN

In the aftermath of a personal tragedy, Harper retreats alone to the beautiful English countryside, hoping to find a place to heal. However, someone or something from the surrounding woods appears to be stalking her. What begins as simmering dread soon becomes a fully formed nightmare, inhabited by her darkest memories and fears.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

A swirl of sci-fi action genre anarchy from the offbeat directing duo known as the Daniels, giving an unexpected and delightful shot in the arm to the ubiquitous superhero genre. Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who can't seem to finish her taxes, but also must connect with the multiverse to stop galactic calamity. An energetic and stunningly colourful adventure, with loving fanboy casting choices including Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, best known for playing Short Round in Temple of Doom.

The Innocents

During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren't looking. In this original and gripping supernatural thriller, playtime takes a dangerous turn.

Vortex

The latest feature from Gaspar Noé is a tender and undeniably powerful exploration of loneliness and love. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, it focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone. As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of mental and physical degeneration. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date.

Wed, 8 Jun

The Wizard of Oz

This showing of The Wizard of Oz will be a dementia-friendly screening! A tornado whisks Dorothy and her house from Kansas to Munchkin City, squashing the Wicked Witch of the East upon landing. The Wicked Witch of the West vows revenge, while Dorothy sets off on the yellow brick road to see the Wizard of Oz, hoping he can tell her how to get home. On the way she makes friends with a scarecrow, a tin man and a cowardly lion - all of whom have specific reasons for wanting to meet the magical Wizard. With the Wicked Witch out to get her, will Dorothy ever get home again? Our cafe and facilities are open from 10am for early arrivals, tea, coffee and cake! The film will begin at 11am. And as with all our accessible screenings carers go free.
Hope to see you there! For more information about these screenings, see our blog post here

Fri, 10 Jun

Science Fiction Theatre presents: Village Of The Damned

When the inhabitants of the peaceful English village of Midwich suddenly fall into a trance-like sleep, the women of child-bearing age wake up to discover they are pregnant. The resulting offspring, six girls and six boys, are all born with striking blonde hair and prove to be highly intelligent. But when they begin to display telepathic powers, Professor Gordon Zellaby (George Sanders) suspects that their intentions are malevolent, and sets out to discover their true nature. Science Fiction Theatre is a film club dedicated to the exploration and celebration of classic science fiction.

Wed, 15 Jun

Pinc presents: Mars Attacks!

A comedy that harks back to 50’s heyday of science-fiction b-flicks. When Martians invade earth, people play victim to their fun and games in a bid to stay alive. However, a nuclear retaliation is in the works. Pinc presents you an opportunity to revel in the joy of camp cinema (as well as some of our own guilty pleasures along the way). We hope to see you there!

Tue, 21 Jun

No Bollocks Presents: Ikarie XB 1

Polák’s pioneering and much-imitated feature Ikarie XB 1 is one of the cornerstones of contemporary science fiction cinema. It predates Star Trek and Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and was clearly a pronounced influence on both - and on countless other sci-fi films and TV shows that followed. Adapted from Stanislaw Lem's novel The Magellanic Cloud, the film is set in 2163 and follows a mission deep into space in search of alien life. During their perilous journey the crew confront the effects of a malignant dark star, the destructive legacy of the 20th century and, ultimately, the limits of their own sanity. With outstanding design and cinematography, and a superb score by Zdenek Liška, Ikarie XB 1 is imbued with a seriousness, intelligence and attention to detail rarely seen in science-fiction cinema of the period. No Bollocks Film club presents the best of World Cinema. No fuss, no bother, no bollocks....

Thu, 23 Jun

Cine-real presents: The Maltese Falcon

The most famous screen version of Dashiell Hammett’s 1930 novel of the same name is a quintessential Hollywood film noir as private detective Sam Spade gets wrapped up in a web of deception, all surrounding a gold-encrusted life-sized statue of a falcon. Ciné-Real is one of the only film clubs in the UK to exclusively play films from original 16mm prints. They are a non-profit organisation which aims to unite film makers and enthusiasts in their appreciation of classic film.

Fri, 24 Jun

Queer Horror Nights presents: The Fly

Queer Horror Nights presents DADDY ISSUES?, a trans-morphing double dose of sci-fi body horror from the biological father and son of the sub-genre: David Cronenberg’s THE FLY (1986) and Brandon Cronenberg’s POSSESSOR (2020). "BE AFRAID. BE VERY AFRAID." Daddy Cronenberg defined the (latex) body horror mould in an outstanding series of films from 1970 to 1999. He then stepped away from the sub-genre only to return later this summer with CRIMES OF THE FUTURE (2022). We think THE FLY (1986), starring Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis and John Getz – and winner of an Oscar for Best Makeup – is his finest. Cronenberg has always denied making explicit reference to the global HIV/AIDS pandemic in this tragic tale of a talented scientist whose teleportation experiment goes horribly wrong, but the shocking parallels are unmistakable. THE FLY will be presented with an introduction by your horror host, TOKEN HOMO, and you’re invited to linger in the venue bar afterwards for a social. Queer Horror Nights is a film club devoted to queer, cult and classic horror cinema. Follow your co-hosts @tokenhomo x @lastframeclub for all the gory details. Programme supported by Film Hub London, managed by Film London. Proud to be a partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, funded by the National Lottery. www.filmlondon.org.uk/filmhub

Sun, 26 Jun

Cine-real presents: The Maltese Falcon

The most famous screen version of Dashiell Hammett’s 1930 novel of the same name is a quintessential Hollywood film noir as private detective Sam Spade gets wrapped up in a web of deception, all surrounding a gold-encrusted life-sized statue of a falcon. Ciné-Real is one of the only film clubs in the UK to exclusively play films from original 16mm prints. They are a non-profit organisation which aims to unite film makers and enthusiasts in their appreciation of classic film.

Thu, 30 Jun

Cine-real presents: Plan 9 From Outer Space

Flying saucers visit Earth, and not for the first time. And as ever, their attempts at peaceful communication are ignored by Earth’s generals. This time, the aliens will prove their existence to all humans—by enacting Plan 9: Reanimating the corpses of Earth. Ciné-Real is one of the only film clubs in the UK to exclusively play films from original 16mm prints. They are a non-profit organisation which aims to unite film makers and enthusiasts in their appreciation of classic film.

Fri, 8 Jul

Science Fiction Theatre presents: Looker

Shortly after Beverley Hills plastic surgeon Dr Larry Roberts (Albert Finney) performs a series of minor alterations to a group of supermodels, three of the four models die in mysterious circumstances. Under suspicion by the police, Dr Roberts takes matters into his own hands and teams up with Cindy Fairmont (Susan Dey), the last of the group still alive, to investigate the model’s employer, Digital Matrix, a research company that has developed a revolutionary new advertising technology… Science Fiction Theatre is a film club dedicated to the exploration and celebration of classic science fiction.

Wed, 13 Jul

Breakfast at Tiffany's

This showing of Breakfast at Tiffany's will be a dementia-friendly screening! Loosely based on the 1958 novella by Truman Capote, glamorous party girl and Manhattan socialite Holly Golightly finds herself drawn to an aspiring writer who moves into her luxurious apartment complex but her past threatens to get in the way. Breakfast at Tiffany's was nominated for several Academy awards, winning Best Score for Henry Mancini and Best Song for Johnny Mercer's classic tune "Moon River". Our cafe and facilities are open from 10am for early arrivals, tea, coffee and cake! The film will begin at 11am. And as with all our accessible screenings carers go free.
Hope to see you there! For more information about these screenings, see our blog post here.

Wed, 20 Jul

Pinc presents: The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Sing-a-long

A cult classic about sweethearts Brad and Janet who breakdown during a storm and discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, a transvestite scientist. They meet a houseful of wild characters including Frank-N-Furter’s latest creation: a muscular man named “Rocky.” Pinc presents you an opportunity to revel in the joy of camp cinema (as well as some of our own guilty pleasures along the way). We hope to see you there!

Tue, 26 Jul

No Bollocks Presents: Fantastic Planet (La Planète Sauvage)

Rene Laloux's mesmerising psychedelic sci-fi is a landmark of European animation. Based on Stefan Wul’s novel Oms en serie, Laloux's breathtaking vision immediately drew comparisons to Swift's Gulliver's Travels. La Planète Sauvage tells the story of "Oms", human-like creatures, kept as domesticated pets by an alien race of blue giants called "Draags". The story takes place on the Draags’ planet where an Om called Terr manages to escape enslavement and begins to organise an Om revolt. The imagination invested in the surreal creatures, music and sound design, and eerie landscapes, is immense and unforgettable. The direction of Rene Laloux, the incredible art of Roland Topor, and Alain Goraguer's brilliant complementary score (much sampled by the hip-hop community) all combine to make La Planète Sauvage a mind-altering experience.

Wed, 10 Aug

A Hard Day's Night

This showing of A Hard Day's Night will be a dementia-friendly screening! The Fab Four star in their first big-screen outing, which is an immensely fun little adventure (with lots of absurd jokes) as they try to evade their screaming fans, a collection of classic songs and a fascinating document of 1960's culture. A film gauranteed to bring a smile and get your feet tapping Our cafe and facilities are open from 10am for early arrivals, tea, coffee and cake! The film will begin at 11am. And as with all our accessible screenings carers go free.
Hope to see you there! For more information about these screenings, see our blog post here.

Fri, 12 Aug

Science Fiction Theatre presents: Midnight Special

After rescuing his son, Alton, from a fundamentalist religious sect who are convinced his supernatural abilities are the key to their salvation, Roy (Michael Shannon), Alton, and their bodyguard Lucas (Joel Edgerton) go on the run for their lives. But what starts as a desperate escape from a fearless cult soon attracts the attention of the FBI who believe the boy to be a threat to mankind’s very existence. With the trio’s fate hanging in the balance, Roy will stop at nothing to keep his son from harm and uncover the truth behind his powers, a discovery which could change the world forever… Science Fiction Theatre is a film club dedicated to the exploration and celebration of classic science fiction.

Wed, 17 Aug

Pinc presents: The Stepford Wives

What does it take to become a Stepford wife, a woman perfect beyond belief? Ask the Stepford husbands, who’ve created this high-tech terrifying little town... Pinc presents you an opportunity to revel in the joy of camp cinema (as well as some of our own guilty pleasures along the way). We hope to see you there!

Fri, 19 Aug

Queer Horror Nights presents: Possessor

Queer Horror Nights presents DADDY ISSUES?, a trans-morphing double dose of sci-fi body horror from the biological father and son of the sub-genre: David Cronenberg’s THE FLY (1986) and Brandon Cronenberg’s POSSESSOR (2020). "LOSE CONTROL” Cronenberg Jnr. invested heavily in the family farm with his sensational sophomore feature, POSSESSOR (2020). A gob-smacking slice of sci-fi mayhem, POSSESSOR is about an assassin (Andrea Riseborough) whose consciousness can be transplanted into, and take control of, someone close to her next target. Inevitable glitches in the system result in catastrophic side-effects for both the parasite and her latest host (Christopher Abbott). POSSESSOR uses practical, gender-switching gore effects to amplify its hallucinatory violence to the ultimate extreme. POSSESSOR will be presented with an introduction by your horror host, TOKEN HOMO, and you’re invited to linger in the venue bar afterwards for a social. Queer Horror Nights is a film club devoted to queer, cult and classic horror cinema. Follow your co-hosts @tokenhomo x @lastframeclub for all the gory details. Programme supported by Film Hub London, managed by Film London. Proud to be a partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, funded by the National Lottery. www.filmlondon.org.uk/filmhub

Tue, 23 Aug

No Bollocks Presents: Melancholia

A beautiful movie about the end of the world. As Justine (Kirsten Dunst) arrives for her wedding reception in her sister's mansion home, her big day resurfaces a battle against her own inner demons. Whilst at the same time Earth is threatened by an imminent collision with Planet Melancholia - whose presence becomes increasingly ominous as the film moves towards its truly spectacular finale. Kirsten Dunst won the Best Actress award at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival for her performance, and stars alongside Charlotte Gainsbourg, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlotte Rampling, John Hurt and Alexander Skarsgard in Palme d’Or winning director Lars von Trier’s beautifully shot apocalyptic disaster movie.

Wed, 14 Sep

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

This showing of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes will be a dementia-friendly screening! Showgirls Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw travel to Paris, pursued by a private detective hired by the suspicious father of Lorelei's fiancé, as well as a rich, enamored old man and many other doting admirers. Our cafe and facilities are open from 10am for early arrivals, tea, coffee and cake! The film will begin at 11am. And as with all our accessible screenings carers go free.
Hope to see you there! For more information about these screenings, see our blog post here.

Wed, 12 Oct

Stormy Weather

This showing of Stormy Weather will be a dementia-friendly screening! The relationship between an aspiring dancer and a popular songstress provides a retrospective of the great African American entertainers of the early 1900s. Our cafe and facilities are open from 10am for early arrivals, tea, coffee and cake! The film will begin at 11am. And as with all our accessible screenings carers go free.
Hope to see you there! For more information about these screenings, see our blog post here

Wed, 9 Nov

Hairspray

This showing of Hairspray will be a dementia-friendly screening! A loving musical remake of John Waters' comedy about overcoming racism and other forms of prejudice in 1960s Baltimore, with crowdpleasing perormances from the likes of John Travolta, Zac Efron, Nikki Blonsky, Christopher Walken, Michelle Pfeiffer, Amanda Bynes and Queen Latifa. Our cafe and facilities are open from 10am for early arrivals, tea, coffee and cake! The film will begin at 11am. And as with all our accessible screenings carers go free.
Hope to see you there! For more information about these screenings, see our blog post here.

Wed, 14 Dec

It's a Wonderful Life

This showing of It's A Wonderful Life will be a dementia-friendly screening! Hollywood's best-loved star teams up with America's favourite director to create one of the world's most popular films. "It's A Wonderful Life" is the ultimate seasonal feel-good film. Starring the unforgettable James Stewart as George Bailey, the man who receives the greatest Christmas gift of all, and a superb ensemble cast including Donna Reed and Lionel Barrymore, this high-spirited Christmas tale is directed by the immortal Frank Capra and ranks as an all-time favourite of fans and critics alike. Our cafe and facilities are open from 10am for early arrivals, tea, coffee and cake! The film will begin at 11am. And as with all our accessible screenings carers go free.
Hope to see you there! For more information about these screenings, see our blog post here.

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