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Luna Cinema presents Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri in Dulwich Park (August 31)
Aug
26
3:00 PM15:00

Luna Cinema presents Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri in Dulwich Park (August 31)

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DULWICH PARK
DOORS 6:15PM/ FILM 7:45PM 2016 - 15 - 115mins

The Smoke Screen rates Martin McDonough's scabrous black comedy drama very highly indeed, and now you have the chance to catch one of the most acclaimed films of the year in the refined setting of London's Dulwich Park, courtesy of one of the country's top outdoor cinema operators. You can read about how the Luna operates here, including ticket prices, venues, and food and beverage options.

 

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Film 4 Somerset House Summer Screen (9-22 August)
Aug
9
to Aug 22

Film 4 Somerset House Summer Screen (9-22 August)

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Though the cobblestones of the Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court can kill your backside, there is no doubt that Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House is one of the capital's premiere outdoor film events. 

The season returns this August for 14 nights of the expected classic, cult and contemporary cinema mix, with extras provided by Bryn Williams' picnic hampers  plus a range of food to buy on site from vendors, and there's a fully-licensed bar and coffee point. There are  back-rests and blankets and even a very limited number of seated tickets for those who can't rough it.

What spices up the film programme though are the double-bill nights and red carpet premieres. In particular the Smoke Screen can recommend THE WIFE, the opening night premiere, for its superb Glenn Close central performance as a wife who has to confront her internalised submission to her husband's desire for a famous literary career which has in fact been built on her support and sacrifice. If you want to see acting greats like Close and co-star Jonathan Pryce tear chunks off each other in a timely story about wives and the patriarchy, this is for you. Closing the season is heist thriller AMERICAN ANIMALS, based on the true story of four students who mistake their lives for a movie and attempt to pull of one of the most audacious art-thefts in recent US history. It hails from the BAFTA-winning director Bart Layton, who will introduce the premiere.

The Somerset House E-newsletter Subscribers Pre-Sale is open from 10.00 today Wed 16 May. Tickets go on general sale on Friday 18 May at 10.00.

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Secret Cinema Presents William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet (9-19 August)
Aug
9
to Aug 19

Secret Cinema Presents William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet (9-19 August)

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Secret Cinema| 9-19 August

Tickets and details here. Available from Friday May 18th 12pm (BST)


Seemingly not content with letting Backyard Cinema play Baz Luhrmann's Romeo+Juliet in an immersive event cinema setting, Secret Cinema are getting in on the action too with this just-announced limited run. Promised is an outdoor, summer festival-type experience taking place (once more) in a secret location, transformed for a limited time into the colourful world of Verona Beach from the movie.
You can get early access to ticket sales from Tuesday 15th May at 12pm (BST), 72 hours before everyone else if you are on the Secret Cinema mailing list. Tickets start from £49 (+ booking fees).

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Black Panther outdoor screening with The Nomad Cinema (12 June at Citypoint)
Jun
12
7:00 PM19:00

Black Panther outdoor screening with The Nomad Cinema (12 June at Citypoint)

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Citypoint from The Nomad Cinema| 12 June 7pm

Tickets and details

Outdoor cinema pioneers The Nomad are back for another season of screenings in unique, picturesque and atmospheric locations around the capital. 12 June gives you a chance to catch the blockbuster Marvel superhero movie Black Panther on the big screen one last time. You can see the rest of their programme here.

Also worth noting is every penny profit The Nomad makes is going to the Sustainability Institute. The Nomad Cinema has also partnered with curated online cinema MUBI to present this summer's programme of outdoor screenings and every ticket to a Nomad screening will include 30 free days of MUBI. Please note: tickets include a seat at this venue and the film will be silent with Wi-Fi headsets provided.

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Ready Player One (Backyard Cinema, 1 June)
Jun
1
8:30 PM20:30

Ready Player One (Backyard Cinema, 1 June)


Backyard Cinema, Mercato Metropolitano| Friday 01 June 8:30pm

Tickets and information here


Event cinema operators Backyard Cinema continue to up their game, with this season's offering involving an immersive spaceship set and a sci-fi themed programme to match. No more appropriate a theme could be imagined for a screening of Steven Spielberg's new film (and box office hit) Ready Player One, which adapts Ernest Cline's hit novel about a VR-saturated future where the 80s has become the key cultural currency.

 

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Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House (4-17 August)
Aug
4
to Aug 17

Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House (4-17 August)

Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House

Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House is back in the neoclassical courtyard in August, with 14 nights of classic, cult and contemporary films, plus three premieres on London’s largest outdoor screen with full surround sound.

This year, you can play a part in the programme by voting for your favourite Stanley Kubrick classic. The winning film will be shown on Thursday 11 August. The winner will only be revealed to the audience on the night of the screening itself. New films screening include Things To Come starring Isabelle Huppert, and Pedro Almodovar's new drama Julieta. The closing film is the acclaimed Captain Fantastic from sophomore writer/director Matt Ross, which played to acclaim at Sundance earlier this year.

Access to the priority booking period opens Wednesday 25 May at 10.00. Tickets go on general sale at 10.00 on Thursday 26 May.

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BFI August Bank Holiday outdoor screenings at the British Musuem (27-29 August)
Aug
27
to Aug 29

BFI August Bank Holiday outdoor screenings at the British Musuem (27-29 August)

27-29 August at British Museum. Tickets and details here.


The BFI returns to the British Museum to present al fresco cinema on the August bank holiday weekend.

There will be sunset screenings of three classic films, A Room with a ViewBadlands and The Princess Bride.

Details below:

Priority booking for these three exclusive events opens from 11:30 for Champions on 9 June and for Members on 10 June. To book, call 020 7928 3232 (11:30-20:30) or login with your email (username) and password.

These events are a taster of the BFI’s LOVE season which is set to re-kindle the seductive passion of film and television’s most enduring love stories. The season will run from October to December at venues across the UK, including BFI Southbank, and also on BFI Player. Look out for further programme announcements from September.

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Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House (6 - 19 August 2015)
Aug
6
to Aug 19

Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House (6 - 19 August 2015)

 The Man from U.N.C.L.E

The Man from U.N.C.L.E


6 - 19 August 2015
BOOK TICKETS NOW or call 0844 847 1715 (booking with Ticketmaster)

Tickets: 

Single screenings - £16.00 + booking fees
Double bills - £20.00 + booking fees
Premieres - £24.00 + booking fees

See website for details.


From the Somersethouse.org site:

Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House is back this August for 14 nights of classic, cult and contemporary films, plus new premieres in the neoclassical setting of Somerset House on London’s largest outdoor screen with full surround sound.

In the vote for favourite musical the winning film was WEST SIDE STORY. The film will be screened as part of this year’s season on Tuesday 18 August. 

Selected screenings will also be specially introduced by the film’s stars and directors. Back for a third year, Summer Screen Prints: the film poster exhibition curated with Print Club London will present a series of contemporary screen-printed posters, inspired by this seasons filmsYou can visit the exhibition before the film begins and buy the limited-edition prints for £50 each, click here for more information.

Somerset House will also showcase Behind the Screen – a programme of talks, workshops and family activities providing unique insights into this year’s programme.

Click here for essential information

FILMS:

Princess Mononoke

Sunday, 9 August 2015

£16.00 + booking fees

Leave reality behind and be transported by this sweeping and spiritual fantasy. A colourful cast of characters and creatures inhabit the detailed magical landscape of this environmentally-themed adventure, in which humans and mythical beings engage in a battle for the soul of their world. (In Japanese with English subtitles)
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Summer Screen Spotlight:
The Second Mother

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

£16.00 + booking fees

You may not have heard of it yet but we just couldn’t resist showing this wonderful new film from Brazil – winner of awards at the Sundance and Berlin film festivals. There are high stakes at the dramatic heart of director Anna Muylaert’s film premiering at Summer Screen. (In Portuguese with English subtitles)
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Werner Herzog’s:
Aguirre, Wrath of God

Thursday 13 August 2015

£16.00 + booking fees

The film that introduced daredevil director Werner Herzog to the world at large, Aguirre, Wrath of God is a historical epic of adventure and madness in the jungle that’s never lost its power to astonish, rivalling Apocalypse Now as a landmark of guerrilla filmmaking. Famed for its realism, the wildly unpredictable behaviour of actor Klaus Kinski and the off-camera risks that resulted in so many unforgettable setpieces, Aguirre is a film to experience rather than just watch. 
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Closing Premiere:
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Wednesday, 19 August 2015

£24.00 + booking fees

Greg and Earl are best buddies and amateur filmmakers who, almost by accident, become friends with Rachel, a classmate diagnosed with leukaemia. With its endearing performances, film-buff references and creative grace notes, this is a youthful experience to treasure and a Closing Night to remember.
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Opening Night Premiere:
Gemma Bovery

Thursday, 6 August 2015

£24.00 + booking fees

Gemma Arterton lights up the first night of Summer Screen in this smart, sly romantic-comedy that is not without a darker side. Writer Posy Simmonds’ beloved title-character arrives in a rural French village, looking for an idyllic fresh start with her husband. However, this charming, sexy premiere has plenty of twists in its tale.
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People’s Premiere:
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Friday, 7 August 2015

£24.00 + booking fees

Director Guy Ritchie brings the supercharged style of his hit Sherlock Holmes films to this fresh take on the popular 1960s television series. Henry Cavill is CIA agent Napoleon Solo and Armie Hammer is KGB man Illya Kuryakin, two arch-enemies who must put aside longstanding hostilities and embark on a joint mission to prevent a worldwide catastrophe. 
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Withnail and I + An American Werewolf in London

Saturday, 8 August 2015

£20.00 + booking fees

You’ll be thankful for spending a night on the town after this double-bill reveals the dangers of the countryside. First, Richard E. Grant and Paul McGann go ‘on holiday by mistake’ in this cult favourite, followed by a transformative experience backpackers have on the Yorkshire Moors in director John Landis’ beloved comedy-horror.
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The Silence of the Lambs

Monday, 10 August 2015

£16.00 + booking fees

Prepare to be in a permanent state of suspense as the twists and turns of this Oscar-winning chiller are revealed. Anthony Hopkins’ Hannibal Lecter may feel like a familiar bogeyman but the iconic performance is overwhelming on the big-screen, while Jodie Foster is a perfect foil who goes head-to-head with a monster. 
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The Graduate

Tuesday, 11 August 2015

£16.00 + booking fees

Mike Nichols’ bold romantic-comedy electrified audiences in the late ‘60s and still hits all the right notes today. The awkward sexual relationship between graduate Dustin Hoffman and middle-aged family friend Anne Bancroft is at the heart of the tale, embroidered with sharp wit, striking visuals and a groundbreaking use of contemporary music.
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Do the Right Thing

Friday, 14 August 2015

£16.00 + booking fees

Director Spike Lee’s incendiary city symphony, set on a single blazing hot day in Brooklyn, is a riot of colour, sweaty stand-offs and unstoppable cinematic energy. From its propulsive Public Enemy opening, the soundtrack is a perfect sonic tapestry for a summer night, full of jazz, soul, RnB and hip-hop.
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True Romance + The Warriors

Saturday, 15 August 2015

£20.00 + booking fees

Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette, Gary Oldman, Christopher Walken, Dennis Hopper and Brad Pitt are the faces of Quentin Tarantino’s wild-at-heart rollercoaster True Romance, while the gritty, groovy styles and sounds of 70’s nocturnal New York are the stars of Walter Hill’s The Warriors. A vivid night of cinematic style and sensation.
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Roman Holiday

Sunday, 16 August 2015

£16.00 + booking fees

The wonderful romantic comedy that introduced the world to Audrey Hepburn, who graces Summer Screen for the first time in this down-to-Earth fairytale. A princess slips away from stifling royal duties to explore Rome for one magical day of freedom, with American journalist Gregory Peck as her guide.
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The Last of the Mohicans

Monday, 17 August 2015

£16.00 + booking fees

A heroic Daniel Day-Lewis plunges headlong into director Michael Mann’s dynamic period yarn, an epic 18th-century romantic-adventure full of rousing action and strong, stirring emotions. With lush forests, treacherous rivers and thundering waterfalls creating the perfect environment for excitement, the Great Outdoors is sure to look great outdoors.
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Best of Ten Musicals:
West Side Story

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

£16.00 + booking fees

A lavish and heart-swelling adaptation of the Romeo and Juliet story, transposed to the streets of 1950s New York with a Leonard Bernstein-Stephen Sondheim score and Jerome Robbins choreography. Winner of 10 Oscars – and who would argue with any of them? Songs include ‘Maria’ and ‘America’.
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Hitchcock's East End - See the Hitch classic 'North by Northwest' out in the Leyton marshes
Sep
5
7:30 PM19:30

Hitchcock's East End - See the Hitch classic 'North by Northwest' out in the Leyton marshes


Hitchcock's East End - North by Northwest (PG)7.30pm / Open Air Screening

5 September 2014, The Waterworks Centre

Tickets and Details here.


Hitchcock was an East End boy, born in Leytonstone, so this screening organised by Create London and the Barbican, is real back-to-the-roots stuff.  On September 5 Create London and the Barbican will be screening Hitchcock’s classic, and classy (its got Carey Grant in it) thriller North by Northwest in the open spaces of Leyton Marshes. 

From the Barbican:

"Featuring one of cinema’s most iconic action sequences, North By Northwest stars Cary Grant as a Madison Avenue advertising executive who finds himself swept up in a terrifying chase across America, taking him from the headquarters of the United Nations to the heights of Mount Rushmore.

US 1959 Dir Alfred Hitchcock 136 min

Please note, this will be an open air screening at 
The WaterWorks Centre, Lammas Road, London E10 7QB

Ticket holders should take note that this is an outdoor screening. Seating will not be provided so we recommend you bring cushions, blankets and warm clothing.

Refreshments will be on sale at the event. 

All Waltham Forest residents are eligible for reduced price tickets. For Resident and Concession discounts, please call our Box Office team on 020 7638 8891"


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 The 2014 Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival ( 4-14 September).
Sep
4
to Sep 14

The 2014 Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival ( 4-14 September).

 Peckham Rye Outdoor Cinema

Peckham Rye Outdoor Cinema

Peckham and the South London areas around it are already home to a buzzing film club scene that takes in pubs, clubs, historic buildings and even the odd cemetery, so it is no surprise to see the return of the hugely diverse - and free- film Peckham and Nunhead festival to this part of town. This will be the fifth year of the festival, which is completely run by local volunteers, with around 30 free screenings at 25 venuues across SE15 including the Peckham Rye outdoor cinema on 4th and 6th September and Welcome to Busseywood, the UK's largest one-day African film event, on Saturday 13th.

 Ida Lupino's The Bigamist will play at the Peckham Film Festival

Ida Lupino's The Bigamist will play at the Peckham Film Festival

Highlights include a chance to see Hitchcock's classic Vertigo on the roof of the iconic old industrial Bussey Building, free shorts and children's film at the independent and 100% retro Peckhamplex cinema, old silents and Chaplin films like Modern Times, and more recent releases like Alexander Payne's acclaimed US indie Nebraska. In addition,pPioneering actress and director Ida Lupino -who was born in Dulwich and was the first actress to direct in Hollywood- will be given due respect via a screening of her film The Bigamist on Sunday 14 September, 8pm at the Peckham Liberal Club.

The full programme can be seen here if you download a pdf

CONTACT the festival at: Email info@freefilmfestivals.org or follow on Facebook and Twitter.


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South East London Film Club September Listings
Sep
1
to Sep 30

South East London Film Club September Listings


Right under your noses in SE London is a incredibly active and diverse film club scene, perfect for those who can't stand the howling kids and stench of overripe popcorn in modern cinemas. Many of these screenings, events and mini-film seasons take place in offbeat locations like cafes, pubs, even the odd cemetery now and then. The kaleidoscope of clubs and events listings are grouped under the handy umbrella of the South East London Film Club site.

There are too many events and venues to list here, and the listings rarely are put up a full month in advance, so check back here for updates or follow the club via its mailing list and twitter/facebook accounts. This month sees the Peckham and Nunhead free film festival, with a huge range of free screenings, from silent classics to family friendly comedies.

Announced already for September:


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BFI SciFi Classics Outdoor Screenings (Thursday 28 - Saturday 30 August)
Aug
28
to Aug 30

BFI SciFi Classics Outdoor Screenings (Thursday 28 - Saturday 30 August)

The BFI’s is once again planning a new mini-season of films which will screen in the forecourt of the British Museum (following the sold-out screenings from the BFI Gothic season in 2013 and the Hitchcock launch the year before) only this time with a trilogy of science fiction classics screening from Thursday 28 to Saturday 30 August. Its all part of  the BFI's upcoming gargantuan Scifi season which will begin in October.On the biggest outdoor screen the BFI have ever deployed will be:  Flash GordonThe Day the Earth Caught Fire and The Man Who Fell to Earth.

Along with this giant screen, the BFI press relase promises: "a stellar sound system, thrilling audiences of up to 1,200 each night. Each evening the out-of-this-world entertainment will be accompanied by special guests and the invitation for viewers to participate in the terrestrial fun."

Details of the full BFI Scifi season, including screenings, events, film and DVD releases, special guests and more will be revealed on Thursday 17 July at BFI Southbank. Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder will run from October-December 2014 with a UK-wide programme of film and DVD releases, special screenings, events, guests and more.

From the BFI Site:

The Man Who Fell to Earth

20.15-23.00, Friday 29 August

An alien, stranded on Earth while on a mission to find water for his own world, initiates a plan to amass a fortune in order to fund a space programme that will help him return to his home planet. David Bowie’s impressive performance, in his first major screen role (and clearly building on his other-worldly public persona), helped, in tandem with Nicolas Roeg’s mesmerising direction, to turn this into a cult film.

UK 1976. Dir Nicolas Roeg. With Rip Torn, Candy Clark, Buck Henry. 138min, Cert 18
Courtesy of STUDIOCANAL and Park Circus Films

Flash Gordon (new digital transfer)

20:15 – 22:30, Sat 30 August

Alex Raymond’s popular comic strip character bounds on to the screen to heroically save the Earth from the hissable villainy of Ming the Merciless (Max von Sydow on splendid form), ruthless ruler of the planet Mongo. Mike Hodges directs with verve and wit, Queen provide the memorable score and Fellini’s frequent collaborator, Danilo Donati, provides costume and set designs that ravish the eye. And not forgetting Brian Blessed with wings! 

UK 1980. Dir Mike Hodges. With Sam J. Jones, Melody Anderson, Timothy Dalton. 107min, Cert PG
Courtesy of STUDIOCANAL and Park Circus Films

Tickets and booking details

Thursday 5 June
BFI Members, Patrons and Champions: booking opens at 11:30am

Friday 6 June
Public booking opens at 11:30am

Each film £15, no concessions. Joint ticket (all three screenings) £39.

Book online or on 020 7928 3232

 

 



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Danny Boyle's Shuffle Festival Returns to East London ( 30 July - 3 August 2014)
Jul
30
to Aug 3

Danny Boyle's Shuffle Festival Returns to East London ( 30 July - 3 August 2014)


Tower Hamlets Cemetary Park

30 July - 3 August 2014

Tickets and details here.


Slumdog Millionaire and Trainspotting director, and Olympic Ceremony maestro, Danny Boyle, returns to curate his Shuffle Festival in his homeland of East London. This year, Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park in Mile End will be the host site for the film, comedy and arts event, which runs from 30 July to 3 August.

Boyle himself will be screening and discussing his horror film 28 Days Later in one of the two outdoor cinemas in the grounds. So the cemetery setting seems perfect.

Shuffle Festival is committed to shaping the Mile End area as a 'place for living well', and is focused on the areas of affordability, participation, the combining of cultures, and design and creativity of the spaces of the local community. The festival grew out of the East London Community Land Trust. So this is very much a local affair.

The complete list of films are here.

Highlights include:

  •  Nicholas Roeg’s drama Walkabout, followed by a Q&A.
  •  A 25th anniversary showing of Spike Lee’s film Do the Right Thing.
  • An atmospheric projection of Jim Jarmusch’s modern vampire film Only Lovers Left Alive, followed by a guided bat walk in the cemetery.
  • Clio Barnard's The Selfish Giant, followed by a Q&A with the director.
  • Sarah Polley’s documentary Stories We Tell.
  • Lynne Ramsay’s 1999 debut Ratcatcher.
  • A comedy tent.
  • A ‘Living Autopsy’ with pathologist Dr Preethi Gopinath.
  • James Yeatman’s Still III, a theatre production delving into social connections and the NHS.
  •  A Circus show.
  • Old Eastenders — Bow Geezers and Bow Belles — revealing stories of East London’s colourful past .
  • An alternative village fete with an outdoor BBQ, car boot disco, toy hacking workshop, boxing workshop and pool party.

“Shuffle is the most fun anyone can have in a graveyard in Mile End,” he says. “It’s going to be brilliant: outdoor film screenings, live music, a restaurant serving locally foraged food and a fantastic programme of science events. The point of the festival is to help build a stronger community in East London and campaign for permanently affordable housing in the area, so please do come on by.” - Danny Boyle.


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We Love the 90s Pop-up Cinema (25 July-3 August 2014)
Jul
25
to Aug 3

We Love the 90s Pop-up Cinema (25 July-3 August 2014)


Fridays and Saturdays from 25 July-3 August 2014

 Tickets are on sale now.


Jumping into the already crowded pool of outdoor/pop-up cinemas in London, We Love the 90's has the novelty of offering guests the chance to watch a classic 90s flick... underneath a major road. The Portobello Pop Up Cinema features a makeshift 30 foot screen mounted under the Westway, and boasts a set-up constructed out of materials reclaimed from the Ladbroke Grove/Notting Hill area.

90s highlights for those of a certain generation include: Boyz in the Hood, Goodfellas, Muriel’s Wedding and Pulp Fiction. Each film is presented by a different celebrity guest.

As with other pop-up cinemas, local, hip street market-type food is on offer, in this case Boom Burger will be supplying the grub (a Jamaican eatery known for its meat feast served with jerk bacon jam, as well as plantain fries and jerk wings).



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Outdoor Cinema season Battersea Park
Jul
10
to Aug 31

Outdoor Cinema season Battersea Park


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Venue: Battersea Power Station Pop-up Park 

The Power Of Summer runs 10 July- 31 August. Tickets are £7.50-£25, available here.


The crumbling Battersea power station is due to be redeveloped, but before that happens, the parkland surrounding the station will host a series of film screenings (and the World Cup final) this summer.

Everyman Cinemas has paired up with the Power Station for a summer of pop-up entertainment entitled The Power Of Summer.

Highlights include:

  • Simply being able to walk in the park itself (Various days)- for £5 visitors can wander around the park and appreciate the architecture of the plant (see its wiki page for historical background).
  • Easy Rider- 19th July 6pm -the 60's indie classic that heralded a new wave of US cinema, starring Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper, is the perfect companion to the recently opened Dennis Hopper exhibition at the RA
  • The Wolf of Wall Street - 12 July 2014 8pm - Martin Scorsese's latest film has been a huge smash in the UK, and given it is riotously funny, should actually work well in a large crowd context.

Tickets for the above are here.




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Vauxhall Summer Screen Outdoor Film Season
Jul
3
to Jul 20

Vauxhall Summer Screen Outdoor Film Season



This summer there will be 6 free pop-up cinema screenings on the historic Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens.

Its free, and visitors can bring a blanket from home or hire one for just £2.50. You can also rent a Vauxhall Village deck chair for £5 to watch the film( with every deck chair we’ll give you a free bag of Propercorn).

Along with Propercorn, refreshments will be available to buy from on-site Kopparberg bar plus top street food vendors.

The highlight is obvious: it has to be The Big Lebowski.

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Listings from the website:

Tuesday 3rd June – Best in Show (12) ‘satirical cult classic about a dog show in America’

Tuesday 10th June – Mean Girls (12a) ‘The fetchest high school comedy’

Tuesday 17th June – Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (15) ‘Arguably Norwich’s best export gets his own film’

Tuesday 8th July – Slumdog Millionaire (15) ‘Vauxhall Village have teamed up with the Big Dance week to enjoy Bollywood dancing workshops before the film’

Tuesday 15th July -This Is Spinal Tap (15) ‘Classic mockumentary about legendary British rock band Spinal Tap’

Tuesday 22nd July- The Big Lebowski (18) ‘Cohen brothers cult classic and everyone’s favourite bowling movie’

Arrive at 7pm to secure your spot; films begin when the sun goes down (around 9 pm dependent on cloud coverage) SE11 5HY



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