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Dragon Ball - Super Broly (PG)

Kids Kino Club - tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults


Goku and Vegeta encounter Broly, a Saiyan warrior unlike any fighter

they've faced before. Dubbed in English.

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Saturday 25 May 201911:30
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Piccadilly (PG)

One of the pinnacles of British silent cinema, Piccadilly is a sumptuous showbiz melodrama seething with sexual and racial tension. The Chinese-American screen goddess Anna May Wong stars as Shosho, a scullery maid in a fashionable London nightclub whose sensuous tabletop dance catches the eye of suave club owner Valentine Wilmot. She rises to become the toast of London and the object of his erotic obsession - to the bitter jealousy of Mabel, his former lover and star dancer (played by Ziegfeld Follies star Gilda Gray).


The film will be accompanied by a live soundtrack, performed by Donald MacKenzie on our original 1936 Compton cinema organ


"Piccadilly, restored to its original glory, was a genuine revelation to me. It's a bold, beautifully crafted, completely modern picture... One of the truly great films of the silent era." - Martin Scorsese

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Monday 27 May 201919:45
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Portrait of Jason

The Photographers' Gallery

Join us for screening of the seminal American documentary A Portrait of Jason, presented in dialogue with the photographs of Dave Heath. The film and its themes of performance, alienation and authenticity, is introduced by transdisciplinary writer and academic Gavin Butt.


On 2 December, 1966, Shirley Clarke and a tiny crew convened in her apartment at the Hotel Chelsea to make a film. There, for twelve straight hours they filmed the one-and-only Jason Holliday as he spun tales, sang, donned costumes and reminisced about good times and bad behaviour as a gay hustler, sometime houseboy and aspiring cabaret performer. The result is a mesmerizing portrait of a remarkable, charming and tortured man, who is by turns hilarious and heart-breaking.


Ingmar Bergman called it “the most extraordinary film I’ve seen in my life,” and when first screened in a sneak preview, the audience included Tennessee Williams, Robert Frank, Norman Mailer, Andy Warhol, Arthur Miller, Ruby Dee, Rip Torn, Geraldine Page and Terry Southern.


Daring, provocative, ground-breaking and truly gripping, Portrait of Jason was one of the first LGBT films to be taken seriously by wider audiences. Part cinema verité and part fiction it remains one of the most remarkable films of American independent filmmaking.

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Wednesday 22 May 201919:00
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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s


A senator, who became famous for killing a notorious outlaw, returns for the funeral of an old friend and tells the truth about his deed.

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Wednesday 22 May 201912:0015:30
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They Call Me Mister Tibbs! (15)

Soul Jazz Records Cinema Club


Soul Jazz Records presents  this rare film screening of They Call Me Mister Tibbs! (1970), the CLASSIC Blaxploitation film starring Sidney Poitier and a wicked soundtrack by Quincy Jones.


Call Me Mister Tibbs is a superlative black action thriller made in 1970 and starring Sidney Poitier reprising his role as Virgil Tibbs from the earlier groundbreaking film In The Heat of the Night. With all the ingredients of the best Blaxploitation movies of the early 1970s - including an unbelievably funky soundtrack from Quincy Jones - Call Me Mister Tibbs  towers above the genre through the powerful performance of Sidney Poitier, at the time the highest paid and most prominent African-American actor working in Hollywood. Poitier’s character distills all the righteous anger and self-respect of the civil rights movement into his character, a black police officer working with the San Franciso police to track down the murder of a prostitute.


The film will be introduced by Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records) and Soul Jazz Records DJs will also be playing heavy funk and soul tunes in the bar before and after the film.


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Thursday 23 May 201919:30
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Wild Rose (15)

A single mum from Glasgow, with a minor criminal record, dreams of becoming a Nashville star. Unashamedly optimistic, but never naïve, the film features Jessie Buckley in a star-making turn, with wonderful supporting work from Julie Walters and Sophie Okonedo.


“it soars – with a spring in her step and a spark on her tongue, Rose-Lynn is a hurricane. Jessie Buckley was born to be a star.” - BFI

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Friday 24 May 201918:3020:35
Saturday 25 May 201914:1516:1518:2020:30
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Women in Revolt - Beyond the Visible (15)

Indie Society


WOMEN IN REVOLT - BEYOND THE VISIBLE

a study of the Inner Self & Spirituality


“Beyond the Visible” is a journey across inspiring short films by female filmmakers. This programme sets out to explore the inner self, digging beyond artefact and materiality. Venture with us beyond the surface, to the other side of the mirror, into a new realm of consciousness through a superb selection of short films on the theme, and an immersive breathwork session.  After the screening you will have an opportunity to converse with the filmmakers and other special guests.


INDIE SOCIETY is a collaboration between London Film Academy, Shorts On Tap and UK Actors Tweetup, which presents a host of screenings, industry events and a way to truly connect with other professional filmmakers.

WOMEN IN REVOLT is Shorts On Tap’s award-winning series celebrating female filmmaking. Bringing you the best contemporary short films and documentaries from Women all around the world since 2015.


PROGRAMME:


Immersive breathwork session with Richie Bostock (30mins)

Experience the power of using your breath to turn down the volume of your thoughts in a way like you’ve never experienced and leave you on a natural high with a sense of peace, clarity and blissful calm.

Richie Bostock, aka “The Breath Guy”, author and one of the world’s leading Breathwork coaches, recently named in the Wellness100 people who have made our world a better place (amongst David Attenborough, Oprah Winfrey, Dalai Lama, Ellen Page) @thebreathguy



SHORT FILM SCREENINGS:


Childhood Amnesia 15:37

Directed by Indira Solovieva


Elle 14:45

Directed by Florence Winter Hill


Early Days 12:00

Directed by Nessa Wrafter


The Sky Underwater 10:20

Directed by Maria Galliani Dyrvik


Faceshop 5:31

Directed by Zhongwen Hu


Hidden 6:21

Directed by Jess O’Brien


Eternal Resonance 8:30

Directed by Indira Solovieva


Q&A with attending filmmakers

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Tuesday 28 May 201919:30
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straight 8 2016, 2017 and 2018 cannes film festival selections (18)

the 24 straight 8 films that rocked at cannes film festival in 2016, 2017 and 2018 - representing the best entries from each of those years.


each film was shot on one 3 minute 20 second roll of super 8mm film. they had no brief, only in-camera edits and no post-production. soundtracks were made without having seen the film.


this screening is the perfect way to get warmed up for the straight 8 2019 london premiere at 5:30.


click here to book tickets for the evening screening

tickets will discount automatically if you buy both screenings in the same transaction.

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Sunday 26 May 201914:00
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straight 8 2019 london premiere (18)

the best 25 short films from straight 8 2019


8 films are fresh from their cannes film festival premiere, 17 more will be seen for the first time ever – even by the people who made them.


each of these films were shot on one 3 minute 20 second roll of super 8mm film. they had no brief, only in-camera edits and no post-production. soundtracks were made without having seen the film.


arrive early for pre-drinks in the cinema bar. an after-party follows, celebrating 20 years of straight 8!


click here to book tickets for the afternoon screening

tickets will discount automatically if you buy both screenings in the same transaction.

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Sunday 26 May 201917:30