Saturday 13 April

Flubber U

Part of Films for the Family
College professor Philip Brainard (Robin Williams) is so absent-minded that he manages to miss his own wedding to colleague Sara Reynolds.… Read More
Les Mayfield, USA, 1998, 94m.

Opponent 15

Our screening on Saturday 13 April, will be followed by a q&a with director Milad Alami. In the aftermath of a… Read More
Milad Alami, Sweden, Norway, 2023, 119m.

Evil Does Not Exist 12A

Takumi and his daughter Hana live in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. Like generations before them, they live a modest life… Read More
Ryusuke Hamuguchi, Japan, 2023, 106m.

Io Capitano 15

*The screening on Saturday, April 13 at 17:15, will be followed by a post-film conversation hosted by Alice Aedy in discussion with… Read More
Matteo Garrone, Italy, Belgium, France, 2024, 122m.

Robot Dreams PG

A heart-swelling, hand-drawn delight that invites audiences of all ages to explore love and loss through its tender portrait of a… Read More
Pablo Berger, Spain, France, 2023, 102m.

Sunday 14 April

Flubber U

Part of Films for the Family
College professor Philip Brainard (Robin Williams) is so absent-minded that he manages to miss his own wedding to colleague Sara Reynolds.… Read More
Les Mayfield, USA, 1998, 94m.

The Cloud in Her Room 18

Part of Chinese Cinema Project
Presented by The Garden Cinema’s Chinese Cinema Project. This screening is followed by a remote Q&A with director Zheng Lu Xinyuan,… Read More
Zheng Lu Xinyuan, China, Hong Kong, 2020, 101m.

Evil Does Not Exist 12A

Takumi and his daughter Hana live in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. Like generations before them, they live a modest life… Read More
Ryusuke Hamuguchi, Japan, 2023, 106m.

Bloody Mary hour, pickle tasting & Crossing Delancey PG

Part of Trailblazers: Women in New HollywoodPart of Members' Events
In honour of the pivotal role that pickles play in Crossing Delancey, on 14 April we are partnering up with our… Read More
Joan Micklin Silver, USA, 1988, 157m.

Io Capitano 15

*The screening on Saturday, April 13 at 17:15, will be followed by a post-film conversation hosted by Alice Aedy in discussion with… Read More
Matteo Garrone, Italy, Belgium, France, 2024, 122m.

The Lavender Hill Mob U

The Garden Cinema is delighted to screen The Lavender Hill Mob, which was the only film that was unavailable during our… Read More
Charles Crichton, UK, 1951, 78m.

Opponent 15

Our screening on Saturday 13 April, will be followed by a q&a with director Milad Alami. In the aftermath of a… Read More
Milad Alami, Sweden, Norway, 2023, 119m.

Monday 15 April

Harakiri 15

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Of all Masaki Kobayashi’s attacks on the cruelty and inhumanity perpetrated by authoritarian power (including The Human Condition and Samurai Rebellion), perhaps… Read More
Masaki Kobayashi, Japan, 1962, 133m.

Evil Does Not Exist 12A

Takumi and his daughter Hana live in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. Like generations before them, they live a modest life… Read More
Ryusuke Hamuguchi, Japan, 2023, 106m.

Io Capitano 15

*The screening on Saturday, April 13 at 17:15, will be followed by a post-film conversation hosted by Alice Aedy in discussion with… Read More
Matteo Garrone, Italy, Belgium, France, 2024, 122m.

Opponent 15

Our screening on Saturday 13 April, will be followed by a q&a with director Milad Alami. In the aftermath of a… Read More
Milad Alami, Sweden, Norway, 2023, 119m.

Tuesday 16 April

Io Capitano 15

*The screening on Saturday, April 13 at 17:15, will be followed by a post-film conversation hosted by Alice Aedy in discussion with… Read More
Matteo Garrone, Italy, Belgium, France, 2024, 122m.

Evil Does Not Exist 12A

Takumi and his daughter Hana live in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. Like generations before them, they live a modest life… Read More
Ryusuke Hamuguchi, Japan, 2023, 106m.

Opponent 15

Our screening on Saturday 13 April, will be followed by a q&a with director Milad Alami. In the aftermath of a… Read More
Milad Alami, Sweden, Norway, 2023, 119m.

Bar Shorts celebrates 10 years of Dog & Rabbit Animation Studio and Friends. 18

Screened in partnership with Bar Shorts
An evening of classic short films and animations produced by Dog and Rabbit animation studio and those who have sailed with… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various Years, 80m.

Leningrad Cowboys Go America 15

Part of Members' Events
This film was proposed by our member Karin Johansson Blight, who writes: 'I am a big fan of Aki Kaurismäki and… Read More
Aki Kaurismäki, Finland, Sweden, 1989, 78m.

Wednesday 17 April

Io Capitano 15

*The screening on Saturday, April 13 at 17:15, will be followed by a post-film conversation hosted by Alice Aedy in discussion with… Read More
Matteo Garrone, Italy, Belgium, France, 2024, 122m.

Evil Does Not Exist 12A

Takumi and his daughter Hana live in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. Like generations before them, they live a modest life… Read More
Ryusuke Hamuguchi, Japan, 2023, 106m.

Opponent 15

Our screening on Saturday 13 April, will be followed by a q&a with director Milad Alami. In the aftermath of a… Read More
Milad Alami, Sweden, Norway, 2023, 119m.

Wanda 15

Part of Trailblazers: Women in New Hollywood
All screenings of Wanda will be shown with English subtitles (not Descriptive Subtitles).The screening on the 21st of April will be… Read More
Barbara Loden, USA, 1971, 105m.

Thursday 18 April

Io Capitano 15

*The screening on Saturday, April 13 at 17:15, will be followed by a post-film conversation hosted by Alice Aedy in discussion with… Read More
Matteo Garrone, Italy, Belgium, France, 2024, 122m.

Evil Does Not Exist 12A

Takumi and his daughter Hana live in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. Like generations before them, they live a modest life… Read More
Ryusuke Hamuguchi, Japan, 2023, 106m.

When a Woman Ascends the Stairs PG

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 18 April will be introduced by Jennifer Coates (University of Sheffield), and will be followed by an informal… Read More
Mikio Naruse, Japan, 1960, 111m.

The Last Year of Darkness 18

Part of Queer East 2024 Screened in partnership with Queer East
As the city of Chengdu changes, the future of Funky Town, a beloved queer-friendly techno club, is unclear. For a vibrant… Read More
Ben Mullinkosson, China, US, 2023, 95m.

Opponent 15

Our screening on Saturday 13 April, will be followed by a q&a with director Milad Alami. In the aftermath of a… Read More
Milad Alami, Sweden, Norway, 2023, 119m.

Friday 19 April

The Teacher's Lounge 12A

Our 20:00 screening on 23 April will be followed by a Q&A with lead actor Leonie Benesch. Carla Nowak (Leonie Benesch)… Read More
Ilker Çatak, Germany, 2023, 94m.

Saturday 20 April

Where the Wild Things Are PG

Part of Films for the Family
Max is a little boy with a big temper. When his mother sends him to bed without his supper, he runs… Read More
Spike Jonze, USA, UK, Germany, 2006, 101m.

The Teacher's Lounge 12A

Our 20:00 screening on 23 April will be followed by a Q&A with lead actor Leonie Benesch. Carla Nowak (Leonie Benesch)… Read More
Ilker Çatak, Germany, 2023, 94m.

Silence Will Not Protect You + Q&A 18

Part of Queer East 2024 Screened in partnership with Queer East
This documentary shorts programme offers an unfiltered look into invisible and unspoken aspects of LGBTQ+ experience: the daily routine of a… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various Years, 76m.

Growing Pains 18

Part of Queer East 2024 Screened in partnership with Queer East
All too often, we’re forced to grow up without taking the time to explore who we are. Torn between fitting in… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various Years, 93m.

When a Woman Ascends the Stairs PG

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 18 April will be introduced by Jennifer Coates (University of Sheffield), and will be followed by an informal… Read More
Mikio Naruse, Japan, 1960, 111m.

Sunday 21 April

Where the Wild Things Are PG

Part of Films for the Family
Max is a little boy with a big temper. When his mother sends him to bed without his supper, he runs… Read More
Spike Jonze, USA, UK, Germany, 2006, 101m.

The Teacher's Lounge 12A

Our 20:00 screening on 23 April will be followed by a Q&A with lead actor Leonie Benesch. Carla Nowak (Leonie Benesch)… Read More
Ilker Çatak, Germany, 2023, 94m.

High and Low 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 21 April will be introduced by season curator George Crosthwait. Toshiro Mifune is unforgettable as Kingo Gondo, a… Read More
Akira Kurosawa, Japan, 1963, 143m.

Wanda 15

Part of Trailblazers: Women in New Hollywood
All screenings of Wanda will be shown with English subtitles (not Descriptive Subtitles).The screening on the 21st of April will be… Read More
Barbara Loden, USA, 1971, 105m.

Monday 22 April

An Autumn Afternoon U

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 11 April will feature an introduction by Jasper Sharp and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion… Read More
Yasujiro Ozu, Japan, 1962, 113m.

The Teacher's Lounge 12A

Our 20:00 screening on 23 April will be followed by a Q&A with lead actor Leonie Benesch. Carla Nowak (Leonie Benesch)… Read More
Ilker Çatak, Germany, 2023, 94m.

Tuesday 23 April

The Teacher's Lounge 12A

Our 20:00 screening on 23 April will be followed by a Q&A with lead actor Leonie Benesch. Carla Nowak (Leonie Benesch)… Read More
Ilker Çatak, Germany, 2023, 94m.

Losing Ground 18

Part of Trailblazers: Women in New Hollywood
All screenings of Losing Ground will be shown with English subtitles (not HoH). The screening on the 28th of April will… Read More
Kathleen Collins, USA, 1982, 86m.

Wednesday 24 April

The Teacher's Lounge 12A

Our 20:00 screening on 23 April will be followed by a Q&A with lead actor Leonie Benesch. Carla Nowak (Leonie Benesch)… Read More
Ilker Çatak, Germany, 2023, 94m.

Life of Riley + F**KED (short) + Drinks Reception and Q&A 18

Part of DIVA Film Festival
This screening will be preceded by a drinks reception at the Garden Cinema at 7pm, and followed by an in-person Q&A… Read More
Jacquie Lawrence, UK, 2024, 96m.

Life of Riley + F**KED (short) 18

Part of DIVA Film Festival
Life of Riley A candid and intimate film following the eventful life of activist, publisher and creator of diversity awards, Linda… Read More
Jacquie Lawrence, UK, 2024, 96m.

Thursday 25 April

The Teacher's Lounge 12A

Our 20:00 screening on 23 April will be followed by a Q&A with lead actor Leonie Benesch. Carla Nowak (Leonie Benesch)… Read More
Ilker Çatak, Germany, 2023, 94m.

Mapantsula 15

This screening will be followed by a q&a with director Oliver Schmitz. A true classic of guerrilla filmmaking, Mapantsula has been newly restored… Read More
Oliver Schmitz, South Africa, 1988, 103m.

Friday 26 April

Dancing with Water: Green Night 18

Part of Chinese Cinema Project
*This screening will be followed by an online Q&A with the director Han Shuai. Trapped in a life of oppression under… Read More
Han Shuai, Hong Kong, 2023, 92m.

What's Love Got to Do with It? 18

Part of Musical Fridays
Drama based on the autobiography I, Tina by singer Tina Turner (played by Oscar nominee Angela Bassett), which starts with her humble… Read More
Brian Gibson, USA, 1993, 118m.

That They May Face The Rising Sun 15

Capturing a year in the life of a rural, lakeside community in late 1970s Ireland, That They May Face The Rising… Read More
Pat Collins, UK, Ireland, 2023, 107m.

Saturday 27 April

Mulan U

Part of Films for the Family
Brimming with daring adventure, hilarious characters and inspiring music, Disney’s animated classic Mulan celebrates honour, courage and a young girl’s quest to… Read More
Tony Bancroft, Barry Cook, USA, 1998, 92m.

Shorts Programme: Real Talk + Q&A 18

Part of DIVA Film Festival
These short films, all centred on different aspects of lesbian and queer women’s lives, from the UK, USA, and India. Ranging… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries , Various Years, 92m.

That They May Face The Rising Sun 15

Capturing a year in the life of a rural, lakeside community in late 1970s Ireland, That They May Face The Rising… Read More
Pat Collins, UK, Ireland, 2023, 107m.

Chuck Chuck Baby + Scorpion Grass (short) + Q&A 18

Part of DIVA Film Festival
This screening will be followed by an in-person Q&A with Chuck Chuck Baby director Janis Pugh, moderated by DIVA Film Festival Director Jacquie… Read More
Janis Pugh, Jamie Chi, UK, 2023, 118m.

Video Bazaar Presents: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel 15

Screened in partnership with Video Bazaar
Discover the Dread Beneath the Snow… Join Video Bazaar for a chilling screening of Grigori Kromanov’s Estonian murder mystery, Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -… Read More
Grigori Kromanov, Estonia, 1979, 84m.

Sunday 28 April

Mulan U

Part of Films for the Family
Brimming with daring adventure, hilarious characters and inspiring music, Disney’s animated classic Mulan celebrates honour, courage and a young girl’s quest to… Read More
Tony Bancroft, Barry Cook, USA, 1998, 92m.

That They May Face The Rising Sun 15

Capturing a year in the life of a rural, lakeside community in late 1970s Ireland, That They May Face The Rising… Read More
Pat Collins, UK, Ireland, 2023, 107m.

Polarized + Q&A 18

Part of DIVA Film Festival
This screening will be followed by an in-person Q&A with Polarized director Shamim Sarif, moderated by DIVA Film Festival Director Jacquie… Read More
Shamim Sarif, UK, Canada, 2023, 104m.

Losing Ground 18

Part of Trailblazers: Women in New Hollywood
All screenings of Losing Ground will be shown with English subtitles (not HoH). The screening on the 28th of April will… Read More
Kathleen Collins, USA, 1982, 86m.

Artist Unknown + Stone (short) + Q&A 18

Part of DIVA Film Festival
Artist Unknown An art heist playful comedy becomes a queer action rom com in this witty and fast-paced debut feature from… Read More
Cinder Chou, Jake Graf, UK, USA, 2023, 96m.

Elaha 18

A German-Kurdish woman has to decide whether to cover up the fact that she is no longer a virgin ahead of… Read More
Milena Aboyan, Germany, 2024, 110m.

Monday 29 April

When a Woman Ascends the Stairs PG

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 18 April will be introduced by Jennifer Coates (University of Sheffield), and will be followed by an informal… Read More
Mikio Naruse, Japan, 1960, 111m.

That They May Face The Rising Sun 15

Capturing a year in the life of a rural, lakeside community in late 1970s Ireland, That They May Face The Rising… Read More
Pat Collins, UK, Ireland, 2023, 107m.

Celluloid Underground 12A

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Ehsan Khoshbakht. Part autobiography, part film collage, Khoshbakht’s film offers a… Read More
Ehsan Khoshbakht, UK, Iran, 2023, 80m.

Tuesday 30 April

Elaha 18

A German-Kurdish woman has to decide whether to cover up the fact that she is no longer a virgin ahead of… Read More
Milena Aboyan, Germany, 2024, 110m.

That They May Face The Rising Sun 15

Capturing a year in the life of a rural, lakeside community in late 1970s Ireland, That They May Face The Rising… Read More
Pat Collins, UK, Ireland, 2023, 107m.

Wednesday 1 May

High and Low 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 21 April will be introduced by season curator George Crosthwait. Toshiro Mifune is unforgettable as Kingo Gondo, a… Read More
Akira Kurosawa, Japan, 1963, 143m.

That They May Face The Rising Sun 15

Capturing a year in the life of a rural, lakeside community in late 1970s Ireland, That They May Face The Rising… Read More
Pat Collins, UK, Ireland, 2023, 107m.

Clermont-Ferrand: Best of International Competition 2024 18

Part of Clermont-Ferrand 2024 in London Screened in partnership with Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival
The Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival presents highlights from this year's international competition, including the winning film, An Orange from Jaffa. The… Read More
Various Years, Various Countries, 2023, 87m.

Elaha 18

A German-Kurdish woman has to decide whether to cover up the fact that she is no longer a virgin ahead of… Read More
Milena Aboyan, Germany, 2024, 110m.

Thursday 2 May

That They May Face The Rising Sun 15

Capturing a year in the life of a rural, lakeside community in late 1970s Ireland, That They May Face The Rising… Read More
Pat Collins, UK, Ireland, 2023, 107m.

Elaha 18

A German-Kurdish woman has to decide whether to cover up the fact that she is no longer a virgin ahead of… Read More
Milena Aboyan, Germany, 2024, 110m.

Clermont-Ferrand: Special UK Programme 2024 18

Part of Clermont-Ferrand 2024 in London Screened in partnership with Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival
The Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival presents UK highlights this year's edition. The festival is one of the largest and most… Read More
Various Directors, United Kingdom, 2023, 78m.

Friday 3 May

Clermont-Ferrand: Best of French Competition 2024 18

Part of Clermont-Ferrand 2024 in London Screened in partnership with Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival
The Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival presents highlights and prize winners from this year's National Selection. The festival is one of the… Read More
Various Directors, France, 2023, 80m.

Saturday 4 May

Clermont-Ferrand: Short Films for the Family PG

Part of Films for the FamilyPart of Clermont-Ferrand 2024 in London Screened in partnership with Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival
Let your little ones discover cinema through short films. The Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival is one of the largest short film… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various Years, 66m.

Plaza Catedral + Q&A 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening will be followed by a Zoom Q&A with director Abner Benaim. Plagued by grief and guilt after losing her… Read More
Abner Benaim, Panama, 2021, 94m.

Sunday 5 May

Clermont-Ferrand: Short Films for the Family PG

Part of Films for the FamilyPart of Clermont-Ferrand 2024 in London Screened in partnership with Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival
Let your little ones discover cinema through short films. The Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival is one of the largest short film… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various Years, 66m.

Madame 18

Part of Chinese Cinema Project Screened in partnership with Queer East
Presented by the Chinese Cinema Project, in partnership with Queer East, this screening will be followed by an online Q&A with… Read More
Qiu Jiongjiong , China, 2010, 120m.

Monday 6 May

Kung Fu Panda 4 PG

Part of Films for the Family
This spring, for the first time in almost a decade, comedy icon Jack Black returns to his role as Po, the… Read More
Mike Mitchell, Stephanie Stine, USA, 2024, 94m.

Cumpleañero 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 6 May will be followed by a Zoom Q&A with director Arturo Montenegro. Jimmy celebrates his 45th birthday… Read More
Arturo Montenegro, Panama, 2022, 96m.

Tuesday 7 May

Our Mothers 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 7 May will be followed by an in-person Q&A with director Cesar Diaz. Ernesto (Armando Espitia) is a… Read More
Cesar Diaz, Guatemala, Belgium, France, 2019, 78m.

Wednesday 8 May

Cumpleañero 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 6 May will be followed by a Zoom Q&A with director Arturo Montenegro. Jimmy celebrates his 45th birthday… Read More
Arturo Montenegro, Panama, 2022, 96m.

Snow Leopard 18

Part of Tongues on Fire - UK Asian Film Festival 2024
UK Asian Film Festival presents a special tribute screening of Snow Leopard with an introduction from Sonali Joshi and a live Dranyen… Read More
Pema Tseden, Tibet, 2023, 110m.

Friday 10 May

The Moon Stirs the Waters: Stories of Seas, Songs, and Souls from Central America 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
Cinema Mentiré presents: The Moon Stirs the Waters: Stories of Seas, Songs, and Souls from Central America The screening will be… Read More
Multiple, Central America, Various, 87m.

Saturday 11 May

Kung Fu Panda 4 PG

Part of Films for the Family
This spring, for the first time in almost a decade, comedy icon Jack Black returns to his role as Po, the… Read More
Mike Mitchell, Stephanie Stine, USA, 2024, 94m.

Patch Making Workshop 12A

Part of Members' Events
We are very excited to be partnering with UIIBA Club on Saturday 11 May to focus on slower fashion. They are self-proclaimed… Read More
120m.

Fashion Reimagined 12A

Fashion Reimagined follows fashion designer Amy Powney of cult label Mother of Pearl, who embarks on a three-year journey to create a… Read More
Becky Hutner, UK, USA, 2022, 100m.

Sunday 12 May

Kung Fu Panda 4 PG

Part of Films for the Family
This spring, for the first time in almost a decade, comedy icon Jack Black returns to his role as Po, the… Read More
Mike Mitchell, Stephanie Stine, USA, 2024, 94m.

Monday 13 May

Clara Sola 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 13 May will be followed by a live Zoom Q&A with director Nathalie Álvarez Mesén. Living in an… Read More
Nathalie Álvarez Mesén, Costa Rica, 2021, 106m.

Tuesday 14 May

What About Dancing: Three Short Films about Grief + Q&A 18

Annie Frost Nicholson, Lara Haworth and Tara Darby present What About Dancing: Three Short Films about Grief + Q&A This screening… Read More
Annie Frost Nicholson, Lara Haworth, Tara Darby, UK, Brazil, Various Years, 99m.

Thursday 16 May

Gravity 12A

Screened in partnership with In the Works with Gary Yershon
Our screening on 16 May is the latest in our discussion series, In the Works, hosted by Oscar nominated composer Gary… Read More
Alfonso Cuarón, USA, 2013, 91m.

Friday 17 May

La Llorona 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 17 May will be followed by a discussion with Maria Chiara D'Argenio (UCL), who specialises in indigenous cultures… Read More
Jayro Bustamante, Guatemala, France, 2019, 97m.

Saturday 18 May

The London International Animation Festival presents Amazing Animated Shorts for 3-12 year-olds U

Part of Films for the Family Screened in partnership with London International Animation Festival
We’ve dug deep into the LIAF archives and have selected 14 of the best short animated films full of visually dazzling joy… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various Years, 67m.

Sunday 19 May

The London International Animation Festival presents Amazing Animated Shorts for 3-12 year-olds U

Part of Films for the Family Screened in partnership with London International Animation Festival
We’ve dug deep into the LIAF archives and have selected 14 of the best short animated films full of visually dazzling joy… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various Years, 67m.

Wednesday 22 May

Clara Sola 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 13 May will be followed by a live Zoom Q&A with director Nathalie Álvarez Mesén. Living in an… Read More
Nathalie Álvarez Mesén, Costa Rica, 2021, 106m.

Abrázame Como Antes 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 22 May will be followed by a live Zoom Q&A with director Jurgen Ureña, with the support of… Read More
Jurgen Ureña, Costa Rica, 2017, 63m.

Saturday 25 May

The King and the Mockingbird (eng sub) U

Part of Films for the Family
This egg took a while to hatch: imagined as France’s first animated feature at the end of the 1940s by Grimault… Read More
Paul Grimault, France, 1980, 83m.

Viaje (A Trip) 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
After meeting at a party, Luciana and Pedro spark up a spontaneous rendezvous. Eschewing the nature of traditional relationships, the pair… Read More
Paz Fábrega, Costa Rica, 2015, 71m.

Sunday 26 May

The King and the Mockingbird (eng sub) U

Part of Films for the Family
This egg took a while to hatch: imagined as France’s first animated feature at the end of the 1940s by Grimault… Read More
Paul Grimault, France, 1980, 83m.

Monday 27 May

The King and the Mockingbird (eng sub) U

Part of Films for the Family
This egg took a while to hatch: imagined as France’s first animated feature at the end of the 1940s by Grimault… Read More
Paul Grimault, France, 1980, 83m.

Tuesday 28 May

Abrázame Como Antes 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 22 May will be followed by a live Zoom Q&A with director Jurgen Ureña, with the support of… Read More
Jurgen Ureña, Costa Rica, 2017, 63m.

Vietnamese Short Films + Panel Discussion 18

Part of Star Nhà Ease: Vietnamese Cinema
This screening will have a live introduction from one of the curators and a Q&A with the filmmakers and/or actors A… Read More
Various Directors, Vietnam , Various Years, 105m.

Wednesday 29 May

When the Tenth Month Comes 18

Part of Star Nhà Ease: Vietnamese Cinema
This screening will have a live introduction from one of the curators.  1984: After a visit to the South-Eastern border to… Read More
Dang Nhat Minh, Vietnam, 1984, 95m.

Friday 31 May

Toy Story 2 U

Part of Films for the Family
Buzz, Woody, and their friends are back as Andy heads off to Cowboy Camp, leaving his toys to their own devices.… Read More
John Lasseter, USA, 1999, 92m.

El puma de Quelepa 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 31 May will be followed by a live Zoom Q&A with director Victor Ruano. Ticket-holders will be offered… Read More
Victor Ruano, El Salvador, USA, 2017, 75m.

Saturday 1 June

Toy Story 2 U

Part of Films for the Family
Buzz, Woody, and their friends are back as Andy heads off to Cowboy Camp, leaving his toys to their own devices.… Read More
John Lasseter, USA, 1999, 92m.

The Whisper of Silence (El Suspiro del Silencio) 18

*The screening will be preceded by a live music set in the screen by Salvadoran guitarist Rafael Sanchez. Ticket-holders will be… Read More
Alfonso Quijada, El Salvador, 2020, 93m.

Sunday 2 June

Toy Story 2 U

Part of Films for the Family
Buzz, Woody, and their friends are back as Andy heads off to Cowboy Camp, leaving his toys to their own devices.… Read More
John Lasseter, USA, 1999, 92m.

Jealousy, Italian Style (Il Dramma della gelosia) 18

Screened in partnership with CinemaItaliaUK
At a political rally, bricklayer Oreste (Marcello Mastroianni) sees flower girl Adelaide (Monica Vitti) and is so thoroughly smitten that he… Read More
Ettore Scola, Italy , 1970, 107m.

Monday 3 June

Daughter of Rage (La hija de todas las rabias) 18

Part of New Central American CinemaPart of Members' Events
Join us on Monday 3 June for a special members-only event, featuring live Nicaraguan music, the country's national drink, and a screening… Read More
Laura Baumeister, Nicaragua, 2022, 91m.

Tuesday 4 June

La Llorona 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 17 May will be followed by a discussion with Maria Chiara D'Argenio (UCL), who specialises in indigenous cultures… Read More
Jayro Bustamante, Guatemala, France, 2019, 97m.

Friday 7 June

Viaje (A Trip) 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
After meeting at a party, Luciana and Pedro spark up a spontaneous rendezvous. Eschewing the nature of traditional relationships, the pair… Read More
Paz Fábrega, Costa Rica, 2015, 71m.

Saturday 8 June

The Rescuers U

Part of Films for the Family
In this charming animated Disney classic, two brave mice from the international Rescue Aid Society - the sophisticated Miss Bianca and… Read More
Wolfgang Reitherman, John Lounsbery, Art Stevens, USA, 1977, 78m.

Chile Estyle 18

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the film's director Pablo Aravena, chaired by Alborada Films Pablo Navarrete. Young people… Read More
Pablo Aravena, Chile, 2022, 81m.

Sunday 9 June

The Rescuers U

Part of Films for the Family
In this charming animated Disney classic, two brave mice from the international Rescue Aid Society - the sophisticated Miss Bianca and… Read More
Wolfgang Reitherman, John Lounsbery, Art Stevens, USA, 1977, 78m.

Monday 10 June

El puma de Quelepa 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
The screening on 31 May will be followed by a live Zoom Q&A with director Victor Ruano. Ticket-holders will be offered… Read More
Victor Ruano, El Salvador, USA, 2017, 75m.

Tuesday 11 June

Daughter of Rage (La hija de todas las rabias) 18

Part of New Central American Cinema
Join us on Monday 3 June for a special members-only event, featuring live Nicaraguan music, the country's national drink, and a screening… Read More
Laura Baumeister, Nicaragua, 2022, 91m.

Saturday 15 June

Hook U

Part of Films for the Family
A high-flying adventure from the magical mind of Steven Spielberg, Hook stars Robin Williams as a grown-up Peter Pan and Dustin Hoffman… Read More
Steven Spielberg, USA, 1991, 142m.

Sunday 16 June

Hook U

Part of Films for the Family
A high-flying adventure from the magical mind of Steven Spielberg, Hook stars Robin Williams as a grown-up Peter Pan and Dustin Hoffman… Read More
Steven Spielberg, USA, 1991, 142m.

Saturday 22 June

A Bug's Life U

Part of Films for the Family
Journey inside the miniature world of bugs for bigger-than-life fun and adventure under every leaf. Embark on an incredible expedition with… Read More
John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, USA, 1998, 95m.

Sunday 23 June

A Bug's Life U

Part of Films for the Family
Journey inside the miniature world of bugs for bigger-than-life fun and adventure under every leaf. Embark on an incredible expedition with… Read More
John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, USA, 1998, 95m.

Saturday 29 June

Bedknobs and Broomsticks PG

Part of Films for the Family
Hold on tight for a magical, musical, fun-filled journey in this Oscar-winning classic that mixes action and animation. When young Charlie,… Read More
Robert Stevenson, Ward Kimball, USA, 1971, 117m.

Sunday 30 June

Bedknobs and Broomsticks PG

Part of Films for the Family
Hold on tight for a magical, musical, fun-filled journey in this Oscar-winning classic that mixes action and animation. When young Charlie,… Read More
Robert Stevenson, Ward Kimball, USA, 1971, 117m.

Abrázame Como Antes 18

Jurgen Ureña, 2017, Costa Rica
The screening on 22 May will be followed by a live Zoom Q&A with director Jurgen Ureña, with the support of an interpreter. Verónica is a kindly transgender sex worker in the Costa Rican capital San José, where she yearns for more… Read More

Wed 22 May

20:00

Tue 28 May

15:15

An Autumn Afternoon U

Yasujiro Ozu, 1962, Japan
Our screening on 11 April will feature an introduction by Jasper Sharp and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion in The Garden Cinema Bar. The last film by Yasujiro Ozu was also his final masterpiece, a gently heartbreaking story about… Read More

Mon 22 Apr

15:00

Bedknobs and Broomsticks PG

Robert Stevenson, Ward Kimball, 1971, USA
Hold on tight for a magical, musical, fun-filled journey in this Oscar-winning classic that mixes action and animation. When young Charlie, Carrie and Paul move to a small village during World War II, they discover their host, Miss Price (Angela Lansbury), is… Read More

Sat 29 Jun

11:00

Sun 30 Jun

11:00

A Bug's Life U

John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, 1998, USA
Journey inside the miniature world of bugs for bigger-than-life fun and adventure under every leaf. Embark on an incredible expedition with one little ant as he searches for a band of warriors to help him battle the grasshoppers who threaten his home.… Read More

Sat 22 Jun

11:00

Sun 23 Jun

11:00

Celluloid Underground 12A

Ehsan Khoshbakht, 2023, UK, Iran
This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Ehsan Khoshbakht. Part autobiography, part film collage, Khoshbakht’s film offers a fascinating insight into the lives of those who fight to keep film culture alive in the face of oppression. Centring on… Read More

Mon 29 Apr

20:00

Chile Estyle 18

Pablo Aravena, 2022, Chile
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the film's director Pablo Aravena, chaired by Alborada Films Pablo Navarrete. Young people took to the streets with political muralism all over Chile in the late 60s, at the same time that young people… Read More

Sat 08 Jun

13:30

Clara Sola 18

Nathalie Álvarez Mesén, 2021, Costa Rica
The screening on 13 May will be followed by a live Zoom Q&A with director Nathalie Álvarez Mesén. Living in an isolated village on the Costa Rican hills, it is said that Clara has healing powers. But her mother has been profiteering… Read More

Mon 13 May

18:30

Wed 22 May

15:15

Clermont-Ferrand: Best of French Competition 2024 18

Various Directors, France, 2023
The Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival presents highlights and prize winners from this year's National Selection. The festival is one of the largest and most prestigious short film festivals in the world. The films will be preceded by an introduction by the Clermont-Ferrand… Read More

Fri 03 May

18:30

Clermont-Ferrand: Best of International Competition 2024 18

Various Directors, Various Countries, 2023
The Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival presents highlights from this year's international competition, including the winning film, An Orange from Jaffa. The festival is one of the largest and most prestigious short film festivals in the world. The screening will include an introduction… Read More

Wed 01 May

18:30

Clermont-Ferrand: Special UK Programme 2024 18

Various Directors, UK, 2023
The Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival presents UK highlights this year's edition. The festival is one of the largest and most prestigious short film festivals in the world. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with film directors Ruth Hunduma, Karni… Read More

Thu 02 May

20:00

Cumpleañero 18

Arturo Montenegro, 2022, Panama
The screening on 6 May will be followed by a Zoom Q&A with director Arturo Montenegro. Jimmy celebrates his 45th birthday at the beach house, inviting his close circle of friends to a weekend full of fun,excess, and concessions. Everything is interrupted… Read More

Mon 06 May

20:00

Wed 08 May

15:15

Daughter of Rage (La hija de todas las rabias) 18

Laura Baumeister, 2022, Nicaragua
Join us on Monday 3 June for a special members-only event, featuring live Nicaraguan music, the country's national drink, and a screening of the heart-warming Daughter of Rage. Your ticket will include a complimentary alcoholic or non-alcoholic cocktail, and the screening will be… Read More

Mon 03 Jun

20:00

Tue 11 Jun

15:30

El puma de Quelepa 18

Victor Ruano, 2017, El Salvador, USA
The screening on 31 May will be followed by a live Zoom Q&A with director Victor Ruano. Ticket-holders will be offered complementary Salvadoran drinks and snacks. This immersive dive into the lives of the people of Quelepa, El Salvador, is a tour… Read More

Fri 31 May

20:00

Mon 10 Jun

16:00

Elaha 18

Milena Aboyan, 2024, Germany
A German-Kurdish woman has to decide whether to cover up the fact that she is no longer a virgin ahead of her wedding in this poignant exploration of cultural pressure and self-determination. Elaha (Bayan Layla) faces a dilemma just weeks away from… Read More

Sun 28 Apr

19:00

Tue 30 Apr

15:3020:30

Wed 01 May

20:30

Thu 02 May

17:50

Evil Does Not Exist 12A

Ryusuke Hamuguchi, 2023, Japan
Takumi and his daughter Hana live in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. Like generations before them, they live a modest life according to the cycles and order of nature. When the residents are informed of a development plan to erect a glamping… Read More

Sat 13 Apr

14:3020:30

Sun 14 Apr

13:3019:00

Mon 15 Apr

15:1519:30

Tue 16 Apr

15:2517:45

Wed 17 Apr

15:4520:20

Thu 18 Apr

15:4518:20

Fashion Reimagined 12A

Becky Hutner, 2023, UK, USA
Fashion Reimagined follows fashion designer Amy Powney of cult label Mother of Pearl, who embarks on a three-year journey to create a sustainable clothing collection from field to finished garment, and transform the way we engage with fashion. Raised off-the-grid in rural England… Read More

Sat 11 May

15:00

Flubber U

Les Mayfield, 1998, USA
College professor Philip Brainard (Robin Williams) is so absent-minded that he manages to miss his own wedding to colleague Sara Reynolds. The reason Philip forgets is his new invention - Flubber, a high-energy green substance which can bounce great distances, even enabling… Read More

Sat 13 Apr

11:00

Sun 14 Apr

11:00

Harakiri 15

Masaki Kobayashi, 1962, Japan
Of all Masaki Kobayashi’s attacks on the cruelty and inhumanity perpetrated by authoritarian power (including The Human Condition and Samurai Rebellion), perhaps none are more brilliant than his visceral, mesmerising Harakiri [aka Seppuku].In a magnificent performance, Tatsuya Nakadai (Yojimbo, The Face of Another, Ran)… Read More

Mon 15 Apr

15:00

High and Low 12A

Akira Kurosawa, 1963, Japan
Our screening on 21 April will be introduced by season curator George Crosthwait. Toshiro Mifune is unforgettable as Kingo Gondo, a wealthy industrialist whose family becomes the target of a cold-blooded kidnapper in High and Low, the highly influential domestic drama and… Read More

Sun 21 Apr

14:30

Wed 01 May

15:00

Hook U

Steven Spielberg, 1991, USA
A high-flying adventure from the magical mind of Steven Spielberg, Hook stars Robin Williams as a grown-up Peter Pan and Dustin Hoffman as the infamous Captain Hook. Joining the fun is Julia Roberts as Tinkerbell, Bob Hoskins as the pirate Smee, and Maggie… Read More

Sat 15 Jun

11:00

Sun 16 Jun

11:00

Io Capitano 15

Matteo Garrone, 2024, Italy, Belgium, France
*The screening on Saturday, April 13 at 17:15, will be followed by a post-film conversation hosted by Alice Aedy in discussion with SOS Mediterranee. In this acclaimed film which won top directing and acting prizes at the Venice Film Festival, writer-director Garrone presents… Read More

Sat 13 Apr

17:1521:00

Sun 14 Apr

16:30

Mon 15 Apr

17:30

Tue 16 Apr

15:00

Wed 17 Apr

15:00

Thu 18 Apr

15:15

The King and the Mockingbird (eng sub) U

Paul Grimault, France, 1980
This egg took a while to hatch: imagined as France’s first animated feature at the end of the 1940s by Grimault and poetic realist writer Jacques Prévert, The King and the Mockingbird finally came into the world in 1980. Based on Hans… Read More

Sat 25 May

11:00

Sun 26 May

11:00

Mon 27 May

13:00

Kung Fu Panda 4 PG

Mike Mitchell, Stephanie Stine, 2024, USA
This spring, for the first time in almost a decade, comedy icon Jack Black returns to his role as Po, the world’s most unlikely kung fu master. Po must train a new warrior when he's chosen to become the spiritual leader of… Read More

Mon 06 May

11:00

Sat 11 May

11:00

Sun 12 May

11:00

La Llorona 18

Jayro Bustamante, 2019, Guatemala, France
The screening on 17 May will be followed by a discussion with Maria Chiara D'Argenio (UCL), who specialises in indigenous cultures and ethnicity in Latin American cinema. Alma is murdered with her children during a military attack in Guatemala, but 30 years… Read More

Fri 17 May

20:00

Tue 04 Jun

15:15

The Lavender Hill Mob U

Charles Crichton, 1951, UK
The Garden Cinema is delighted to screen The Lavender Hill Mob, which was the only film that was unavailable during our Autumn season 'Celebrating Ealing Comedies'.   In keeping with our season's ethos, the film will be introduced by Lawrence Napper [KCL], who… Read More

Sun 14 Apr

17:05

Leningrad Cowboys Go America 15

Aki Kaurismäki, 1989, Finland, Sweden
This film was proposed by our member Karin Johansson Blight, who writes: 'I am a big fan of Aki Kaurismäki and this film is just so funny!' In the late eighties, Aki Kaurismäki, a master of the deadpan, fashioned a waggish fish-out-of-water… Read More

Tue 16 Apr

20:30

The London International Animation Festival presents Amazing Animated Shorts for 3-12 year-olds U

Various Directors, Various Years, Various Countries
We’ve dug deep into the LIAF archives and have selected 14 of the best short animated films full of visually dazzling joy from all around the world, for kids of all ages and the whole family. Like childhood, animation is full of wonder… Read More

Sat 18 May

11:00

Sun 19 May

11:00

Losing Ground 18

Kathleen Collins, 1982, USA
All screenings of Losing Ground will be shown with English subtitles (not HoH). The screening on the 28th of April will be introduced by Dr Lucy Bolton (QMUL). The final film in our Trailblazers: Women in New Hollywood season, a series of… Read More

Tue 23 Apr

18:00

Sun 28 Apr

17:00

Madame 18

Qiu Jiongjiong , 2010, China
Presented by the Chinese Cinema Project, in partnership with Queer East, this screening will be followed by an online Q&A with the director Qiu Jiongjiong, moderated by Victor Fan (KCL). Part of Qiu’s ‘Chatterbox Trilogy’ along with A Portrait of Mr. Huang (2010)… Read More

Sun 05 May

12:45

Mulan U

Tony Bancroft, Barry Cook, USA, 1998
Brimming with daring adventure, hilarious characters and inspiring music, Disney’s animated classic Mulan celebrates honour, courage and a young girl’s quest to be true to her own heart. As clever as she is beautiful, young Mulan is determined to prove herself – by… Read More

Sat 27 Apr

11:00

Sun 28 Apr

11:00

Opponent 15

Milad Alami, 2023, Sweden, Norway
Our screening on Saturday 13 April, will be followed by a q&a with director Milad Alami. In the aftermath of a devastating rumor, Iman and his family have been forced to flee Iran. As refugees, they end up in a run-down hotel… Read More

Sat 13 Apr

14:00

Sun 14 Apr

19:20

Mon 15 Apr

20:10

Tue 16 Apr

18:00

Wed 17 Apr

17:30

Thu 18 Apr

20:40

Our Mothers 18

Cesar Diaz, 2019, Guatemala, Belgium, France
The screening on 7 May will be followed by an in-person Q&A with director Cesar Diaz. Ernesto (Armando Espitia) is a young Guatemalan anthropologist tasked with identifying the bones of the people killed by the military government in the 1980s. One day,… Read More

Tue 07 May

20:00

Plaza Catedral + Q&A 18

Abner Benaim, 2021, Panama
The screening will be followed by a Zoom Q&A with director Abner Benaim. Plagued by grief and guilt after losing her son in a tragic accident, Alicia finds her world upended when a street-smart teen crashes into her life with a gunshot… Read More

Sat 04 May

20:00

The Rescuers U

Wolfgang Reitherman, John Lounsbery, Art Stevens, 1977, USA
In this charming animated Disney classic, two brave mice from the international Rescue Aid Society - the sophisticated Miss Bianca and the timid janitor Bernard - are on the trail of young Penny, kidnapped by the evil Madame Medusa who wishes to… Read More

Sat 08 Jun

11:00

Sun 09 Jun

11:00

Robot Dreams PG

Pablo Berger, 2023, Spain, France
A heart-swelling, hand-drawn delight that invites audiences of all ages to explore love and loss through its tender portrait of a new friendship. Part of the Official Selection of the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, Oscar-nominated Robot Dreams is the first animated film from Pablo… Read More

Sat 13 Apr

17:35

The Teacher's Lounge 12A

Ilker Çatak, 2023, Germany
Our 20:00 screening on 23 April will be followed by a Q&A with lead actor Leonie Benesch. Carla Nowak (Leonie Benesch) is a dedicated and idealistic new high-school teacher. A fresh face at the school, she seems to have connected with her… Read More

Fri 19 Apr

15:3020:35

Sat 20 Apr

13:2018:20

Sun 21 Apr

13:0019:45

Mon 22 Apr

15:1517:30

Tue 23 Apr

15:5020:00

Wed 24 Apr

15:4517:50

Thu 25 Apr

15:1520:30

That They May Face The Rising Sun 15

Pat Collins, 2023, UK, Ireland
Capturing a year in the life of a rural, lakeside community in late 1970s Ireland, That They May Face The Rising Sun is a sensitive and beautifully realised adaptation of the last novel by John McGahern. Joe (Barry Ward) and Kate (Anna Bederke)… Read More

Fri 26 Apr

20:50

Sat 27 Apr

17:50

Sun 28 Apr

14:40

Mon 29 Apr

15:2017:25

Tue 30 Apr

20:00

Wed 01 May

18:00

Thu 02 May

15:3020:20

Toy Story 2 U

John Lasseter, 1999, USA
Buzz, Woody, and their friends are back as Andy heads off to Cowboy Camp, leaving his toys to their own devices. Things shift into high gear when an obsessive toy collector name Al McWhiggin, owner of Al's Toy Barn, kidnaps Woody.  At… Read More

Fri 31 May

11:00

Sat 01 Jun

11:00

Sun 02 Jun

11:00

Viaje (A Trip) 18

Paz Fábrega, 2015, Costa Rica
After meeting at a party, Luciana and Pedro spark up a spontaneous rendezvous. Eschewing the nature of traditional relationships, the pair embarks on a journey that takes them to the forest. Along the way, they discuss their beliefs surrounding love, obligations, and… Read More

Sat 25 May

18:15

Fri 07 Jun

15:15

Wanda 15

Barbara Loden, 1971, USA
All screenings of Wanda will be shown with English subtitles (not Descriptive Subtitles).The screening on the 21st of April will be followed by a discussion in the Garden Bar, moderated by season programmer Dr Alice Pember (University of Warwick). Please join us… Read More

Wed 17 Apr

18:00

Sun 21 Apr

15:00

What's Love Got to Do with It? 18

Brian Gibson, 1993, USA
Drama based on the autobiography I, Tina by singer Tina Turner (played by Oscar nominee Angela Bassett), which starts with her humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tennessee. Abandoned by her parents at an early age, Turner was raised by her grandmother. As a teenager… Read More

Fri 26 Apr

20:30

When a Woman Ascends the Stairs PG

Mikio Naruse, 1960, Japan
Our screening on 18 April will be introduced by Jennifer Coates (University of Sheffield), and will be followed by an informal discussion in The Garden Cinema Bar. When a Woman Ascends the Stairs might be Japanese filmmaker Mikio Naruse's finest hour—a delicate, devastating… Read More

Thu 18 Apr

18:00

Sat 20 Apr

20:30

Mon 29 Apr

15:00

Where the Wild Things Are PG

Spike Jonze, 2006, USA, UK, Germany
Max is a little boy with a big temper. When his mother sends him to bed without his supper, he runs away from home to an island inhabited by Wild Things. Dressed in his famous wolf onesie, he becomes their new king.… Read More

Sat 20 Apr

11:00

Sun 21 Apr

11:00

The Whisper of Silence (El Suspiro del Silencio) 18

Alfonso Quijada, El Salvador, 2020
*The screening will be preceded by a live music set in the screen by Salvadoran guitarist Rafael Sanchez. Ticket-holders will be treated to a live music set and offered complementary Salvadoran drinks and snacks. Set in the scenic coffee fields of El… Read More

Sat 01 Jun

15:00
Sat 04 May — Tue 11 Jun 2024
A selection of contemporary films from Central America – with Q&As, Salvadoran drinks and food, live music, and lashings of Ron Abuelo rum! The Garden Cinema is thrilled to present the first full-length season…
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Wed 03 Apr — Sun 28 Apr 2024
‘New Hollywood’ is often remembered for a ‘brat pack’ of male directors, including filmmakers like Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese, who capitalised on the less restrictive filmmaking landscape that followed the decline…
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Thu 22 Feb — Wed 01 May 2024
The Garden Cinema presents, for the first time in the UK, an in-depth exploration of Japanese filmmaking from the late 1940s to the early 1960s. A span of time that brings together legendary…
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Fri 25 Mar — Tue 31 Dec 2024
Events for members only, including free bi-weekly screenings for Garden Cinema Members with films chosen for members, by members. Selected films are added regularly, so keep an eye on this page for updates.…
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Sun 24 Jul — Tue 31 Dec 2024
Join us every Saturday & Sunday morning and on weekdays during the school holidays for some of our favourite family classics. For cinema lovers of all ages. On Saturdays the films are followed…
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Fri 26 Aug — Tue 31 Dec 2024
Let down your hair and tap your toes to the rhythm of our regular Friday evening revue of musical extravaganzas from around the world, classic concert films, and the best of the West…
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Sat 19 Nov — Fri 01 Nov 2024
The Chinese Cinema Project is an exhibition initiative presented by The Garden Cinema. It showcases works from emerging and under-represented Chinese filmmakers via regular screenings, exploring auteurship and cinematic beauty in its various…
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The Cloud in Her Room

Sun 14 Apr 2024
Presented by The Garden Cinema’s Chinese Cinema Project. This screening is followed by a remote Q&A with director Zheng Lu Xinyuan,…
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Bloody Mary hour, pickle tasting & Crossing Delancey

Sun 14 Apr 2024
In honour of the pivotal role that pickles play in Crossing Delancey, on 14 April we are partnering up with our…
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Bar Shorts celebrates 10 years of Dog & Rabbit Animation Studio and Friends.

Tue 16 Apr 2024
Screened in partnership with Bar Shorts
An evening of classic short films and animations produced by Dog and Rabbit animation studio and those who have sailed with…
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Queer East 2024

Thu 18 Apr — Sat 20 Apr 2024
Queer East is a cross-disciplinary festival that showcases boundary-pushing LGBTQ+ cinema, moving image work and live arts from, and about, East…
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DIVA Film Festival

Wed 24 Apr — Sun 28 Apr 2024
From April 24-28, bang in the middle of Lesbian Visibility Week, DIVA will launch the inaugural DIVA Film Festival at the…
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Mapantsula

Thu 25 Apr 2024
This screening will be followed by a q&a with director Oliver Schmitz. A true classic of guerrilla filmmaking, Mapantsula has been newly restored…
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Dancing with Water: Green Night

Fri 26 Apr 2024
*This screening will be followed by an online Q&A with the director Han Shuai. Trapped in a life of oppression under…
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Video Bazaar Presents: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel

Sat 27 Apr 2024
Screened in partnership with Video Bazaar
Discover the Dread Beneath the Snow… Join Video Bazaar for a chilling screening of Grigori Kromanov’s Estonian murder mystery, Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -…
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Clermont-Ferrand 2024 in London

Wed 01 May — Sun 05 May 2024
The Clermont–Ferrand International Short Film Festival is one of the largest and most prestigious short film festivals in the world. Nestled…
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Tongues on Fire - UK Asian Film Festival 2024

Wed 08 May — Fri 10 May 2024
Tongues on Fire is a not for profit company founded in 1997. They produce the annual UK Asian Film Festival, celebrating…
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The Moon Stirs the Waters: Stories of Seas, Songs, and Souls from Central America

Fri 10 May 2024
Cinema Mentiré presents: The Moon Stirs the Waters: Stories of Seas, Songs, and Souls from Central America The screening will be…
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Patch Making Workshop

Sat 11 May 2024
We are very excited to be partnering with UIIBA Club on Saturday 11 May to focus on slower fashion. They are self-proclaimed…
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What About Dancing: Three Short Films about Grief + Q&A

Tue 14 May 2024
Annie Frost Nicholson, Lara Haworth and Tara Darby present What About Dancing: Three Short Films about Grief + Q&A This screening…
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Gravity

Thu 16 May 2024
Screened in partnership with In the Works with Gary Yershon
Our screening on 16 May is the latest in our discussion series, In the Works, hosted by Oscar nominated composer Gary…
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Star Nhà Ease: Vietnamese Cinema

Tue 28 May — Wed 29 May 2024
Star Nhà Ease: Vietnamese Cinema presents a captivating collection of Vietnamese cinematic treasures, marking their debut to UK audiences. Co-curated by…
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Jealousy, Italian Style (Il Dramma della gelosia)

Sun 02 Jun 2024
Screened in partnership with CinemaItaliaUK
At a political rally, bricklayer Oreste (Marcello Mastroianni) sees flower girl Adelaide (Monica Vitti) and is so thoroughly smitten that he…

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