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Kosciuszko at the Battle of Raclawice (15)

The first Polish pre-war blockbuster with some impressive battle scenes. A story of Polish hero, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, American Revolutionary War soldier, who after returning to Poland led a national uprising against Imperial Russia in 1794.

Part of the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.

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Sunday 26 Mar 201715:30
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Afterimage (15)

Last film of late Andrzej Wajda. Passionate biopic about avant-garde artist Wladyslaw Strzeminski who battled Stalinist orthodoxy and his own physical impairments to advance his progressive ideas about art.

Followed by Q&A with DOP Pawel Edelman and producer Michal Kwiecinski (tbc)

Part of the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.

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Sunday 26 Mar 201717:30
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Eccentrics, The Sunny Side of the Street (15)

Set in the 50s, Fabian returns to Poland and forms a swing band. The beautiful Modesta joins the successful band and they fall in love. Soon the couple are living the high life as king and queen of swing, but how long can it last?

Part of the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.

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Sunday 26 Mar 201719:30
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The Girl Can't Help It (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75

A down-and-out gangster hires an alcoholic press agent to make his blonde bombshell girlfriend a recording star in 6 weeks. But what is he going to do when he finds out that she has no talent?

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Wednesday 29 Mar 201714:00
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This gripping political thriller chronicles the assassination of liberal Greek politician Gregoris Lambrakis in 1963 and its cover up by military and government officials. The film is accompanied by a stirring score by Mikos Theodorakis, who was imprisoned at the time of the film's production. With its kinetic, rhythmic editing and expressive vérité photography, the film is a technical masterpiece.

On its release, Z immediately became one of the cinematic sensations of the late sixties, and was the first foreign film in 31 years to earn an Oscar nomination for best picture.

The screening will be introduced by Elena Papadaki - a lecturer at the Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts (University of Greenwich) and a founder of Incandescent Square, a collaborative meeting point for research and design. Her doctoral research (Goldsmiths, University of London) examined the curation of the moving image in diverse physical environments. Her current research interests include screen-based arts, the new Greek cinema, and exhibition practices in open air cinemas.

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Wednesday 29 Mar 201719:30
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How We Used To Live

Presented by Heavenly Films

How We Used To Live is a unique celebration of post-war London by acclaimed director Paul Kelly, created through a compelling use of rare footage drawn from the BFI National Archive.

With a narration by Ian McShane and an original score composed by Saint Etienne, How We Used To Live is alluringly impressionistic, poetical and political.  Perhaps the most joyful, creative and entertaining offering to come from this unique film making collective.

Followed by a Q&A with director Paul Kelly and writer/author Travis Elborough hosted by author Cathi Unsworth.

Preceded by the short film Weather The Storm, 36mins (2017)

The stark beauty of Shetland in winter provides the perfect backdrop for a couple in search of reconnection. Soundtracked by Skylark and the Scorpion (aka Nick J. Webb and Petra Jean Phillipson).

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Thursday 30 Mar 201719:30
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Truck Turner (18)

Presented by Soul Jazz Records

Isaac Hayes plays an ex-football star working as a bounty hunter in pursuit of a strong-armed pimp who has skipped bail. In the hunt, the pimp is killed but his girlfriend takes a contract out on Hayes. The film was a huge box office hit in the 1970s and is notable for its excellent soundtrack.

Come to the bar early for special drinks offers and live DJ sets from Soul Jazz Records as they continue their blaxploitation season.

Want to see more? Don't miss Across 110th Street on April 21st.

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Friday 31 Mar 201719:30
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101 Dalmations (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £1.75

An all-out adventure caper! When their precious Dalmatian puppies are stolen by the rich and evil Cruella De Vil, Roger and Anita Radcliffe set out with the puppies’ mum and dad to track them down before it's too late.

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Saturday 1 Apr 201711:30
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Film 1: Stormy Weather (U)

<doublebill>Showbiz double bill. </doublebill>

The relationship between an aspiring dancer and a popular songstress provides a retrospective of the great African American entertainers of the early 1900s.

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Saturday 1 Apr 201714:00
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Film 2: 42nd Street (U)

Peek at Broadway’s backstage in the ‘30s in this toe tapping treat. When the leading star of a Broadway musical is injured, the desperate producer replaces her with a dazzling chorus girl.

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Saturday 1 Apr 201715:45
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Hidden Figures (PG)

Based on a true story of an overlooked group of African American heroines who were hired by NASA for their skills in mathematics to work on America’s space programme in the 1960s.

“The film hews closely to the facts in important respects, and evokes the outrages of the Jim Crow era, as well as the feverish competition of the space race, through the fascinating work of its extraordinary heroines” - Wall Street Journal

Nominated for 3 Oscars, including Best Picture

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Saturday 1 Apr 201718:0020:30
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Who's Gonna Love Me Now? (15)

Eighteen years previously, Saar moved to London after being Kicked out of his religious Kibbutz for being gay. Saar could now live the life he wanted. He formed a new family with the London Gay Men’s Chorus, whilst maintaining bonds with his family and to fight for acceptance of a different kind. When confronted with his mother, father and siblings, he tries to name and re-work the problem dividing them in order to become a part of the community again while continuing to be himself.

Who’s Gonna Love Me Now? charts the remarkable journey of an entire family.

Followed by a Q&A with Julian Clary

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Sunday 2 Apr 201716:00
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The Red Shoes (U)

The tragic and romantic story of Vicky Page (Moira Shearer), the brilliant young dancer who must give up everything if she is to become a great ballerina. Once seen, never forgotten.

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Sunday 2 Apr 201719:30
Monday 3 Apr 201719:30
Saturday 8 Apr 201714:00
Wednesday 12 Apr 201714:00
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The Olive Tree (15)

A wilful and spirited young woman embarks on a journey from the East coast of Spain to Germany in order to retrieve an ancient olive tree precious to her ailing grandfather. Written by Paul Laverty, Ken Loach’s regular collaborator.

Warning - this film contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect customers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.

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Tuesday 4 Apr 201718:30
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The Nights of Zayandeh-rood

Mohsen Makhmalbaf made the film in Iran in 1990, but it was banned by Iranian censors. In 2016, some parts of the original negative were stolen from the archives of the Iranian censor and smuggled to the West allowing Makhmalbaf to restore the film. The restored version opened the Venice Classics section of the 2016 Venice Film Festival.

The film tells the story of an anthropologist and his daughter, and it unfolds during three different periods: before, during and after the Islamic Revolution. The daughter works in ER at a local hospital, where she treats suicidal patients. The reason behind each suicide attempt is different, especially before and after the Revolution. Looking for a reason to be alive, one of the suicidal patients falls in love with the anthropologist’s daughter. However, it is a forbidden love with some unexpected consequences....

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Tuesday 4 Apr 201720:30
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West Side Story (PG)

Part of our 'Matinee Classics' season

This electrifying musical (with music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim) sets the ageless tragedy of Romeo and Juliet in the slums of 1950's New York.

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Wednesday 5 Apr 201714:00
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Danton (12A)

Andrzej Wajda's historical drama about the ideological battle between two of the French Revolution's titanic figures - Danton and Robespierre - is an intense political allegory about the futility of violent revolution.

Set in the second year of the French Revolution, the film recounts how Danton becomes the focus of revolutionary ire after criticising its terror. The film carries potent political resonances with Polish "solidarity" - a movement being repressed by the government at the time of production. Originally intended to be shot in Poland, the imposition of martial law in 1981, however, made filming in Wajda's homeland impossible.

Followed by a Q&A with Chris Hampton

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Wednesday 5 Apr 201719:30
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Twelfth Night - NT Live (12A)

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare's classic comedy of mistaken identity.

A ship is wrecked on the rocks. Viola is washed ashore but her twin brother Sebastian is lost. Determined to survive on her own, she steps out to explore a new land. So begins a whirlwind of mistaken identity and unrequited love. The nearby households of Olivia and Orsino are overrun with passion. Even Olivia's upright housekeeper Malvolia is swept up in the madness. Where music is the food of love, and nobody is quite what they seem, anything proves possible.

Simon Godwin (NT Live: Man and Superman, NT Live: The Beaux' Stratagem) directs this joyous new production with Tamsin Greig (Friday Night Dinner, Black Books, Episodes) as a transformed Malvolia. an ensemble cast that includes Daniel Rigby (Flowers, Jericho), Tamara Lawrence (Undercover), Doon Mackichan (Smack the Pony) and Daniel Ezra (The Missing, Undercover).

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Thursday 6 Apr 201719:00
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The Social Network (12)

Presented by Psychology at the Movies

Academy Award winning, impeccably scripted film tracing the origins of Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg.

Followed by a Q&A with a panel of psychologists.

The Social Network is the movie of the year. But Fincher and Sorkin triumph by taking it further. Lacing their scathing wit with an aching sadness, they define the dark irony of the past decade.

Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

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Friday 7 Apr 201719:00
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Lady and the Tramp (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £1.75

After the elegant spaniel Lady runs away she befriends Tramp, a local streetwise mutt who looks after her and they begin a warming friendship.

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Saturday 8 Apr 201711:30
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Toni Edmann (15)

A practical joking father tries to reconnect with his hard working daughter by creating an outrageous alter ego and posing as her CEO's life coach.

"A slight, biting little miracle"  ★★★★ The Guardian

Nominated for the Best Foreign Language Oscar

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Saturday 8 Apr 201716:3019:30
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Ignacio de Loyola

Thrilling look at the life of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus. Bringing to life the man behind the legend, the film follows his transformation from a brash, impulsive youth obsessed with women and sword-fighting to the masterful, charismatic leader of an order that would change the face of Christendom forever.

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Sunday 9 Apr 201714:0017:30
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Film 1: All About Eve (PG)

Take a look at the dark side of early Hollywood in this double bill. An aging Broadway star suffers from the hidden menace of a rising star. A witty, exaggerated, cruel and wildly funny film with superb performances.

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Monday 10 Apr 201718:30
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Film 2: Whatever Happened to Baby Jane (12A)

As a child, Jane Hudson (Bette Davis) was a pampered vaudeville star known to the world as Baby Jane while her younger sister, Blanche (Joan Crawford), led life in her considerable shadow. Decades pass and Blanche becomes a beautiful, talented movie idol and Jane a has been. When a car accident cripples Blanche, binding her to a wheelchair, Jane sees her opportunity to regain power and assumes the role of caretaker.

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Monday 10 Apr 201720:15
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Film 1: A Separation (PG)

<douublebill>Oscar winner Asghar Farhadi may be the master of the modern drama. </doublebill>

Oscar winning film where a married couple are faced with a difficult decision - to improve the life of their child by moving to another country or to stay in Iran and look after a deteriorating parent.

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Tuesday 11 Apr 201718:30
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Film 2: The Salesman (12A)

When their apartment literally starts falling apart, actor couple Rana and Emad must find a new place to stay. Consumed by work on a theatre production of Death Of A Salesman, they take up the offer of a fellow actor of an empty apartment. But the former occupants have left more than just furniture behind and this legacy proves highly dangerous for Rana. Dealing with the aftermath of trauma, the couple find that a hunger for justice creates its own fissures. 

"Farhadi remains a master of pace and tension, slowly upping the stakes in an unsettling narrative fuelled by a lingering sense of powerlessness, paranoia and the possibility that you never entirely know the person you love." – Owen Hunter, Screen Daily

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Tuesday 11 Apr 201720:45
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Land and Freedom (15)

Ken Loach's Land and Freedom charts the experiences of an idealistic working-class Liverpudlian, David Carne, who joins the fight against Fascism in the early days of the Spanish Civil War. As David becomes enmeshed in his own side's political infightings, he begins to learn the compromises and necessities of a brutal war.

Land and Freedom was the first of three films that Loach made in the late 1990s which focus on issues of international socialism. Dramatic battle scenes, fine period detail, and a humanist screenplay, written by Jim Allen, make the film one of Loach's most intelligent and intimate works.

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Wednesday 12 Apr 201719:30
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I Am Not Your Negro

Kush Films, in-conjunction with Altitude Entertainment, in these poignant times, are very proud to present a UK exclusive screening of  I Am Not Your Negro.

This acclaimed James Baldwin inspired documentary film comes from noted filmmaker Raoul Peck. Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson and with unprecedented access to James Baldwin’s original work, award-winning filmmaker Raoul Peck (Murder in Pacot, Moloch Tropical, Sometimes in April, Lumumba), has completed the cinematic version of the book Baldwin never wrote - a radical narration about race in America that tracks the lives and assassinations of Baldwin’s friends, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X and Medgar Evers. 

Whilst it is partly anchored in the struggle for equality in the 50s and 60s, I Am Not Your Negro is about what it means to be black in America today. By confronting the deeper connections between the lives and assassinations of these three men we uncover a larger narrative of America’s historical and current denial and irrational relationship with race.

This ‘history of violence’ is also told through the long simplified narrative that Hollywood recounts as a story between ‘good’ and ‘evil’ or ‘right and wrong’, reflects our current racial precariousness. I Am Not Your Negro is also the autopsy of the American racial imagery and iconography.

23rd March Event Details

8.00pm - Kush Networking in the bar

8.30pm  - Film Starts

10.00pm – Special guest panel discussion

13th April Event Details

Special live reading of James Baldwin works prior to film

7.30pm - Networking/Bar

8.30pm - Event Starts

11.00pm - Finish

Supported by Blaksox

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Thursday 13 Apr 201719:30
Monday 1 May 201719:30
Tuesday 2 May 201719:30
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Elle (18)

Isabelle Huppert is Michèle LeBlanc; founder and CEO of a successful video game company, who is attacked in her own home. Taking what appears to be a desire to shrug off the terrifying incident, she locks the door after her attacker and refuses to tell the police. Upending our expectations, Michèle begins to track down her assailant, and soon they are both drawn into a curious and thrilling game, one that at any moment may spiral out of control.

From legendary filmmaker Paul Verhoeven, Elle is a gripping psychological noir thriller. Exhilarating and multi-layered, the film recalls the ambience of Hitchcock, De Palma and Polanski, with a thrilling cerebral edge.

Nominated for the Best Actress Oscar.

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Friday 14 Apr 201719:30
Saturday 15 Apr 201720:30
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The Sword in the Stone (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £1.75

A poor boy named Arthur learns the power of love, kindness, knowledge and bravery with the help of a wizard called Merlin in the path to become one of the most beloved kings in England history.

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Saturday 15 Apr 201711:30
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1900 (18)

Bernardo Bertolucci's 1900 (Novocento) presents a sweeping political epic of Italian history from 1901, the year Verdi died, up to the Liberation in 1945.

The film follows the stories of Alfredo Berlinghieri, the son of a wealthy landowner, and Olmo Dalco, whose family works on the Berlinghieri estate. Born on the same day, the two are bound by a close childhood friendship but are separated by social chasms and opposite destinies as they grow up during the turbulent interwar years.

1900 presents a critique of Italy's unequal social structure, which remained unchanged through half a century of war, racism, and liberation.

If you purchase the 'Supper Club' ticket then you will enjoy a KinoVino reception, serving a rustic Italian buffet and wine.

About KinoVino KinoVino, launched in 2015, is rapidly gaining recognition as one of London’s most original projects, that unites food and film. Featured in British Vogue and named one of 10 best supper clubs by TimeOut London, KinoVino marries best of world cinema with some of the most innovative menus inspired by the films. For each edition, it’s founder, Alissa Timoshkina, creates an immersive experience where film, food and wine are curated under one theme, with the original room decor and tablescapes reflecting and enhancing the theme of the night.

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Saturday 15 Apr 201714:00
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Napoleon (PG)

The culmination of a 50 year project, Academy Award winning film historian Kevin Brownlow and the BFI National Archive have completed a new digitally restored version of the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte. It features a newly recorded score composed and conducted by Carl Davis. A treat.

There will be 3 intermissions of 10 minutes each.

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Sunday 16 Apr 201715:00
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Film 1: Sunset Boulevard (PG)

<doublebill>Youth and experience mix and mingle in Hollywood, where it may prove a toxic combination. </doublebill>

A true classic. From the unforgettable opening sequence through the inevitable unfolding of tragic destiny the film is the definitive statement on the dark & desperate side of Hollywood. Joe Gills (Holden) inadvertently finds himself in the driveway of ageing silent film star Norma Desmond (Swanson)

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Monday 17 Apr 201718:30
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Film 2: A Star is Born (U)

A film star helps a young singer and actress find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career on a downward spiral.

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Monday 17 Apr 201720:30
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Presented by Heavenly Films

“… and then all the world began to roar.” Private William Finlay, Durham Light Infantry Regiment and Lincolnshire Regiment.

Asunder tells the story of what happened to an English town during the First World War, with almost all of its men fighting abroad and its women and children left behind. The North East was in the front line, thanks to its shipyards and munitions factories.

Using archive and contemporary footage and audio, Asunder collages the stories of people from Tyneside and Wearside to uncover just what life was like on the home front, with bombs falling on Britain for the first time, conscientious objectors sentenced to death, and women working as doctors, tram conductors and footballers.

The narrative moves from an Edwardian golden era, in which sport grew in popularity and aircraft and cars pointed to a bright new future, to a war that horrifically reversed this progress. In the Battle of the Somme, British, French and German armies fought one of the most traumatic battles in military history. Over the course of just four months, more than one million soldiers were captured, wounded or killed in a confrontation of unimaginable horror.

Narrated by Kate Adie, with a soundtrack composed by Mercury-nominated Field Music and Warm Digits.

Followed by a Q&A with director Esther Johnson and writer/producer Bob Stanley.

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Tuesday 18 Apr 201719:30
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You'll Never Get Rich (U)

Matinee Classic - tickets available from £1.75

Theatre owner Martin Cortland enlists the help of his manager Robert Curtis to woo dancer Sheila Winthrop, but is caught by his long-suffering wife Julia.   With music and lyrics by Cole Porter.

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Wednesday 19 Apr 201714:00
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2018: neo-fascism has taken over. The government implements a program to chip the population of the UK. Eloise, a documentary film-maker, suspects she is being brainwashed by a secret government organisation.

A dark, ominous, atmospheric and disturbing political thriller, taking influence from the work of Peter Watkins & Derek Jarman.

The film will be followed by a Q&A with members of the cast and crew and very special guests (TBC)

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Wednesday 19 Apr 201719:30
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CinemaItaliaUK present the best contemporary and classic Italian films on the silver screen for the Italy-addicted and film lovers in London. Film to be announced.

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Thursday 20 Apr 201719:30 (Closed)
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Across 110th Street (18)

Presented by Soul Jazz Records

A corrupt, older white cop (Anthony Quinn) and an honest, young African-American cop (Yaphet Kotto) find themselves chasing three robbers-cum-murderers who ran away with $300,000 that belonged to the Italian mob. The police must find them before the sadistic Mafia henchman Nick D'Salvio (Anthony Franciosa) reaches them first.

The film has reached a cult status; the title song, performed by Bobby Womack, was later used in Jackie Brown, Quentin Tarantino's extended homage to the crime flicks of the 1970s.

Come to the bar early for special drinks offers and live DJ sets from Soul Jazz Records as they continue their blaxploitation season.

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Friday 21 Apr 201719:30
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Dumbo (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £1.75

When baby elephant Dumbo is ridiculed for his enormous ears, Timothy Q. Mouse becomes his mentor and vows to look after him, making him a star of the circus.

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Saturday 22 Apr 201711:30
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Beyond Flamenco

Jota De Saura

Visually stunning, Jota de Saura captures the vivacity and charm of the jota, a traditional Spanish dance often accompanied by the use of castanets and originally from Aragon, Saura's birthplace.

The legendary filmmaker, whose inclination for music and dance has always played an important role throughout his extensive filmography, takes us from dance classes to studios where illuminated screens with his own paintings provide a magic backdrop to the dancers performances. This a wonderful trip to the world of the jota and its many variations that works towards safeguarding a very special tradition.

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival Spring Weekend

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Saturday 22 Apr 201716:30
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The Tip of the Iceberg (15)

La Punta Del Iceberg

Cánovas's debut feature film is a stylish and engaging thriller as well as a satire of nowadays corporate culture of work commitment and data privacy contradicted by the presence of surveillance cameras recording every corner of the building, every moment of the employees.

Sofía Cuevas, played by the always graceful Maribel Verdú, undertakes the investigation of some suicides that have taken place in a big company. Meeting old friends won't make it easier for her, but she will manage to uncover the very human stories behind the suicides in that glass and metal building, which coldness is highlighted by the blue shades of the cinematography.

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival Spring Weekend

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Saturday 22 Apr 201718:30
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Kiki, Love to Love (15)

Kiki, El Amor Se Hace

Paco León, who delighted us in Carmina and Carmina y Amén, with the talent and spontaneity of his own mum, comes back with another witty film, this time a daring, transgressive and, of course, sexy comedy in which through five intertwined stories he explores the sex, fetishes and frustrations of some engaging characters.

Working with an excellent cast, León manages to keep the tension throughout the film, making us laugh while he criticises social assumptions about what is right and what is not in sex.

Part of the London Spanish Film Festival Spring Weekend

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Saturday 22 Apr 201720:30
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The Best Years of Our Lives (U)

An exploration into the difficult readjustments made by WWII veterans returning to civilian life that follows the intertwined homecoming stories of ex-sergeant Al Stephenson (Fredric March), former bombardier Fred Derry (Dana Andrews), and sailor Homer Parrish (Harold Russell). 

Profoundly relevant in 1946, the film still offers a surprisingly intricate and ambivalent exploration of American daily life.

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Sunday 23 Apr 201715:00
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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead - NT Encore

Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter, The Woman in Black), Joshua McGuire (The Hour) and David Haig (Four Weddings and a Funeral, The Witness for the Prosecution) star in Tom Stoppard’s brilliantly funny situation comedy, broadcast live from The Old Vic theatre in London.

David Leveaux’s new production marks the 50th anniversary of the play that made a young Tom Stoppard’s name overnight.

Against the backdrop of Hamlet, two hapless minor characters, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, take centre stage.  As the young double act stumble their way in and out of the action of Shakespeare’s iconic drama, they become increasingly out of their depth as their version of the story unfolds.

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Sunday 23 Apr 201719:00
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A Plastic Ocean: We Need a Wave of Change

This powerful environmental documentary explores the newest science to portray the havoc caused by plastics pollution to our ocean, health and wellbeing. We discover the truth behind plastics, and why we must act now before it's too late. The event is organised in collaboration with Advaya Initiative - an environmental and wellbeing organisation and a platform for change.

See to find out more.

Special screening with Q&A from Producer Jo Ruxton.

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Monday 24 Apr 201719:30
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Clara, a 65 year old widow and retired music critic, was born into a wealthy and traditional family in Recife, Brazil. She is the last resident of the Aquarius, an original two-story building, built in the 1940s, in the upper-class, seaside Boa Viagem Avenue, Recife. All the neighbouring apartments have already been acquired by a company which has other plans for that plot. Clara has pledged to only leave her place upon her death, and will engage in a cold war of sorts with the company. This tension both disturbs Clara and gives her that edge on her daily routine. It also gets her thinking about her loved ones, her past and her future.

“A potent portrait of personal and political struggle” Sight & Sound

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Tuesday 25 Apr 201719:30
Wednesday 26 Apr 201719:30
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For Me and My Gal (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75

Two Vaudeville performers, Harry and Jo are wanting to marry, but when WWI begins, Harry deliberately damages his hand so he doesn't have to enlist. Backtracking on his decision, Harry decides to do the only thing he knows - entertain the front line troops.

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Wednesday 26 Apr 201714:00
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Internationally acclaimed director Cristian Mungiu returns with a powerful and universal study about the imprecision of parenthood, the relativity of truth and the ambiguity of compromise, revealed by a father-daughter relationship.

Romeo Aldea, a physician living in a small mountain town in Transylvania, has raised his daughter Eliza with the idea that once she turns 18, she will leave to study and live abroad. His plan is close to succeeding. Eliza has won a scholarship to study psychology in the UK. She just has to pass her final exams – a formality for such a good student. On the day before her first written exam, Eliza is assaulted in an attack that could jeopardise her entire future. Now Romeo has to make a decision. There are ways of solving the situation, but none of them using the principles he, as a father, has taught his daughter.

"bruising, powerful drama, completely compelling" - Dave Calhoun, Time Out 

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Thursday 27 Apr 201720:45
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Bunch of Kunst

Thanks to their sweary rants about modern England, Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods have been called "the voice of Britain" by their fans, "Britain's angriest band" by the Guardian and "The world's greatest rock 'n' roll band" by Iggy Pop.

Jason Williamson, a former chicken factory worker and father of two, his band mate, beatmaker Andrew Fearn, and their manager Steve Underwood, avant-garde bedroom label owner and former bus driver, have won over fans with their brutally honest lyrics and DIY ethos.

Following them on their two-year journey from bedroom recording sessions to mainstream success, Christine Franz’s official documentary feature tells the story of three guys taking on the music business on their own terms.

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Friday 28 Apr 201719:30
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Peter Pan (1953) (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £1.75

After being chastised by their father for playing 'Peter Pan', the Darling children are visited by the real Peter Pan who takes them on an adventure to NeverLand. 

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Saturday 29 Apr 201711:30
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All Night Long (15)

Othello is translated to the world of sixties Soho jazz clubs in Basil Dearden’s 1962 smoky and sensational All Night Long.

Over the course of one eventful evening, the anniversary celebration of the musical and romantic partners Aurelius Rex (Paul Harris) and Delia Lane (Marti Stevens), a jealous, ambitious drummer, Johnny Cousin (Patrick McGoohan), attempts to tear the interracial couple apart.

This daring psychodrama also features on screen appearances by jazz legends Charles Mingus, Dave Brubeck, Johnny Dankwork and Tubby Hayes.

Part of the Soho A Gogo Film Festival.

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Saturday 29 Apr 201716:00
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Tubby Hayes - A Man In A Hurry

Tubby Hayes - A Man in a Hurry charts the life and times of professional jazz musician Edward Brian ‘Tubby’ Hayes who recorded some of the most iconic pieces of the 50s and 60s. Hayes’ pioneering energy at the fore front of British modern jazz with his DA haircuts, Cecil Gee suits, and straight-ahead music putting Soho at the heart of the British musical universe for a while.

Followed by a Q&A with director, Lee Cogswell.

Part of the Soho A Gogo Film Festival.

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Saturday 29 Apr 201718:00
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The Small World of Sammy Lee (12)

The Small World of Sammy Lee is just around any corner in Soho. Peopled by the pimps, the punters, the brasses and the bookies, and with boils on its face like the sleazy Peepshow club where Sammy Lee (Anthony Newley) comperes the strip-tease. Sammy is worried. When you owe £300 to a bookie like Conner you’re entitled to be worried. Particularly when his muscle men are coming in a few hours’ time to collect the cash. Refused help from brother, Lou (Warren Mitchell), Sammy is desperately setting up shady deals to raise the money.

A lost gem of British cinema, this 1963 British crime film directed by Ken Hughes and starring Anthony Newley, Julia Foster and Robert Stephens is perfectly set in the sleazy Soho of the early 1960s, alongside Kenny Graham’s impeccable jazz soundtrack.

Part of the Soho A Gogo Film Festival.

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Saturday 29 Apr 201720:00
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Expresso Bongo (12A)

Pop manager Johnny Jackson ducks and dives in the 1950's Soho of coffee bars, strip clubs and clip joints. With singer Bert Rudge, played by Cliff Richard, he realises he is on to a winner. Renaming him Bongo Herbert and trickily launching his career on network television, he seems to have hit the jackpot. But Johnny is both greedy and naive, and having a successful artiste is new to him. He is soon out of his depth, with only his stripper girlfriend Masie King always there with support.

Part of the Soho A Gogo Film Festival.

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Sunday 30 Apr 201715:00
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Absolute Beginners (12A)

Set against a backdrop of emerging teen culture and rising racial tension in late 50s London, Colin MacInnes’ cult novel is brought to the screen in Julien Temple’s lavish musical adaptation.

Struggling young photographer Colin sees his ambitious, fame-seeking girlfriend Crepe Suzette slipping away as she ruthlessly pursues a career in fashion. To win her back he’ll need to compromise his idealism and do whatever it takes to make the big time himself.

Part of the Soho A Gogo Film Festival.

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Sunday 30 Apr 201717:30
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Beat Girl (18)

A cult classic British film about late-fifties youth-rebellion set against an intoxicating Beatnik backdrop. The film tells the story of Paul (David Farrar), a divorced architect who marries a Parisian named Nichole (Noëlle Adam), much to the displeasure of his teenage daughter Jennifer (Gillian Hills). In a bid to rebel Jennifer falls in with the London beatnik scene and a music-fuelled life of juvenile delinquency.

With an all-star cast including David Farrar (Black Narcissus, The Small Back Room) Shirley Anne Field (Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, Peeping Tom), Christopher Lee (Lord of the Rings, Dracula) and a young Oliver Reed (Gladiator, Oliver!), the film is notable for its original music by composer John Barry, his first film commission, and the debut appearance of teen idol Adam Faith.

Part of the Soho A Gogo Film Festival.

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Sunday 30 Apr 201719:30
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Pal Joey (PG)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75

Womaniser Joey Evans, a second-rate singer from San Francisco,  finds himself torn between Linda, a woman he has genuine feelings for and Vera, a wealthy former flame who promises to finance his own club. 

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Wednesday 3 May 201714:00
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On the Town (U)

Matinee Classic - tickets available from £1.75.

Gabey, Chip and Ozzie are three sailors who have just 24 hours shore leave in New York City. When Gabey falls in love at first sight with Miss Turnstiles, his two friends and the two woman that they have met go on hilarious adventures to find Gabey his girl.


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Wednesday 10 May 201714:00
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Obsession - NT Live (15)

Jude Law (The Young Pope, Closer, The Talented Mr Ripley) stars in the stage production of Obsession, broadcast live from the Barbican Theatre in London. Ivo van Hove (NT Live: A View from the Bridge, Hedda Gabler) directs this new stage adaptation of Luchino Visconti’s 1943 film.

Gino is a drifter, down-at-heel and magnetically handsome. At a road side restaurant he encounters husband and wife, Giuseppe and Giovanna. Irresistibly attracted to each other, Gino and Giovanna begin a fiery affair and plot to murder her husband. But, in this chilling tale of passion and destruction, the crime only serves to tear them apart.

The stage production of Obsession is produced by Barbican Theatre Productions Limited, London and Toneelgroep Amsterdam; co-commissioned by Wiener Festwochen and Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg; co-produced by Holland Festival and David Binder Productions; and supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

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Thursday 11 May 201719:00
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Casablanca (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75

Rick Blaine, who owns a nightclub in Casablanca, Morocco, discovers his old flame Ilsa is in town with her husband, Victor Laszlo. Laszlo is a resistance leader from Czechoslovakia, and with Germans on his tail, Ilsa knows Rick can help them get out of the country. A fantasic classic. 

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Wednesday 17 May 201714:00
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NT Live: Who's Afraid of Viginia Woolf (12A)

Sonia Friedman Productions present Imelda Staunton (Gypsy, Vera Drake, the Harry Potter films), Conleth Hill (Game Of Thrones, The Producers), Luke Treadaway (A Street Cat Named Bob, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, The Hollow Crown) and Imogen Poots (A Long Way Down, Jane Eyre) in James Macdonald’s critically acclaimed, 5 star production of Edward Albee’s landmark play, broadcast live to cinemas from the Harold Pinter Theatre, London.

In the early hours of the morning on the campus of an American college, Martha, much to her husband George’s displeasure, has invited the new professor and his wife to their home for some after-party drinks. As the alcohol flows and dawn approaches, the young couple are drawn into George and Martha’s toxic games until the evening reaches its climax in a moment of devastating truth-telling.

"Imelda Staunton is at her magnificent best. A first-rate revival of an astonishing play." The Guardian

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Thursday 18 May 201719:00
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The Seven Year Itch (PG)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75

When Richard Sherman's wife and child go away on a short break, he becomes more and more attracted to the girl who lives upstairs and imagines himself in several romantic situations with her, even though she is blissfully unaware of his desire. 

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Wednesday 7 Jun 201714:00
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Vertigo (PG)

Matinee Classics - Tickets available from £1.75

Retired cop, John 'Scottie' Ferguson, is hired by his friend to watch over his wife Madeleine, who he believes is in terrible danger. As Scottie spends more time with the mysterious Madeleine, he begins to fall for her charms, not realising he is part of a deadly game. 

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Wednesday 14 Jun 201714:00