Thursday 22 February

Poor Things 18

From filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos and producer Emma Stone comes the incredible tale and fantastical evolution of Bella Baxter (Stone), a young… Read More
Yorgos Lanthimos, USA, Ireland, UK, 2023, 141m.

All of Us Strangers 15

One night in his near-empty tower block in contemporary London, Adam (Andrew Scott) has a chance encounter with a mysterious neighbor… Read More
Andrew Haigh, UK, 2023, 105m.

Late Spring U

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 22 February will feature an introduction by Jinhee Choi (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Yasujiro Ozu, Japan, 1949, 108m.

Showing Up 12A

Continuing one of the richest collaborations in modern American cinema, director Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women) reunites with star Michelle Williams for… Read More
Kelly Reichardt, USA, 2022, 107m.

Fantastic Mr. Fox PG

Screened in partnership with In the Works
Our screening on 22 February is the latest in our discussion series, In the Works, hosted by Oscar nominated composer Gary… Read More
Wes Anderson, USA, 2009, 87m.

Getting It Back: The Story of Cymande 12A

Cymande are the greatest band you’ve likely never heard of and this is their incredible untold story. Formed in south London… Read More
Tim Mackenzie-Smith, UK, 2022, 90m.

Friday 23 February

Filum Presents: Al-Mumia (The Night of Counting of the Years) 18

In "Al-Mumia," a young man faces a profound dilemma upon discovering his tribe's ancestral trade in stolen ancient artefacts. A film… Read More
Shadi Abdel Salam, Egypt, 1969, 106m.

The Taste of Things 12A

Peerless cook Eugenie (Juliette Binoche) has worked for the famous gourmet Dodin (Benoît Magimel) for the last 20 years. Bonding over… Read More
Tran Anh Hùng, Belgium, France, 2023, 135m.

The Zone of Interest 12A

Rudolf, Hedwig and their family live the perfect suburban dream with their beautifully ordered house and garden. But audible from behind… Read More
Jonathan Glazer, Poland, UK, USA, 2023, 106m.

All of Us Strangers 15

One night in his near-empty tower block in contemporary London, Adam (Andrew Scott) has a chance encounter with a mysterious neighbor… Read More
Andrew Haigh, UK, 2023, 105m.

Winter 282 + Director Q&A 18

Part of London Mountain Film Festival 2024 Screened in partnership with London Mountain Film Festival
Film followed by Q&A with Director Kevin Woods. The Munros are the name given to the highest mountains in Scotland; 282… Read More
Kevin Woods, UK, 2023, 90m.

Hairspray 12A

Part of Musical Fridays
To mark LGBT+ History Month, we are screening a Drag Musical every Friday in February Teenager Tracy Turnblad achieves her dream… Read More
John Waters, USA, 1988, 92m.

Saturday 24 February

The London International Animation Festival presents Wondrous Animated Shorts for 3-12 year-olds PG

Part of Films for the Family
Like childhood, animation is full of wonder and simple pleasures. Come and take a mind-bending ride with us and watch 11… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various years, 63m.

Poor Things 18

From filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos and producer Emma Stone comes the incredible tale and fantastical evolution of Bella Baxter (Stone), a young… Read More
Yorgos Lanthimos, USA, Ireland, UK, 2023, 141m.

The Taste of Things 12A

Peerless cook Eugenie (Juliette Binoche) has worked for the famous gourmet Dodin (Benoît Magimel) for the last 20 years. Bonding over… Read More
Tran Anh Hùng, Belgium, France, 2023, 135m.

London Mountain Film Festival's Favourite Garden Shorts 18

Part of London Mountain Film Festival 2024 Screened in partnership with London Mountain Film Festival
Eleven films under 20 minutes in length selected to take you on a rollercoaster ride around the world covering various adventurous… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various Years, 100m.

Samsara U

Spanish director Lois Patiño, who cut his teeth in experimental cinema, uses techniques from that world to astonishing effect with Samsara,… Read More
Lois Patiño, Spain, 2023, 114m.

ADRA + Q&A 12A

Part of London Mountain Film Festival 2024 Screened in partnership with London Mountain Film Festival
Film followed by Q&A with director Emma Crome and climber Zoe Wood. Local climbers Zoe Wood and Lewis Perrin Williams take… Read More
Emma Crome, UK, 2023, 71m.

Showing Up 12A

Continuing one of the richest collaborations in modern American cinema, director Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women) reunites with star Michelle Williams for… Read More
Kelly Reichardt, USA, 2022, 107m.

The Zone of Interest 12A

Rudolf, Hedwig and their family live the perfect suburban dream with their beautifully ordered house and garden. But audible from behind… Read More
Jonathan Glazer, Poland, UK, USA, 2023, 106m.

Sunday 25 February

The London International Animation Festival presents Wondrous Animated Shorts for 3-12 year-olds PG

Part of Films for the Family
Like childhood, animation is full of wonder and simple pleasures. Come and take a mind-bending ride with us and watch 11… Read More
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various years, 63m.

The Taste of Things 12A

Peerless cook Eugenie (Juliette Binoche) has worked for the famous gourmet Dodin (Benoît Magimel) for the last 20 years. Bonding over… Read More
Tran Anh Hùng, Belgium, France, 2023, 135m.

Late Spring U

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 22 February will feature an introduction by Jinhee Choi (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Yasujiro Ozu, Japan, 1949, 108m.

Indy Film Library 18

Indy Film Library presents: UK Short Film Showcase Based in the Netherlands and the UK, Indy Film Library (IFL) grew out… Read More
Various, UK, 2022, 73m.

All of Us Strangers 15

One night in his near-empty tower block in contemporary London, Adam (Andrew Scott) has a chance encounter with a mysterious neighbor… Read More
Andrew Haigh, UK, 2023, 105m.

Monday 26 February

The Taste of Things 12A

Peerless cook Eugenie (Juliette Binoche) has worked for the famous gourmet Dodin (Benoît Magimel) for the last 20 years. Bonding over… Read More
Tran Anh Hùng, Belgium, France, 2023, 135m.

Showing Up 12A

Continuing one of the richest collaborations in modern American cinema, director Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women) reunites with star Michelle Williams for… Read More
Kelly Reichardt, USA, 2022, 107m.

The Zone of Interest 12A

Rudolf, Hedwig and their family live the perfect suburban dream with their beautifully ordered house and garden. But audible from behind… Read More
Jonathan Glazer, Poland, UK, USA, 2023, 106m.

LRB SCREEN X MUBI: American Psycho + Director Q&A 18

Screened in partnership with London Review of Books
LRB Screen, the London Review Bookshop’s long-running film series, returns to the Garden Cinema in 2024 to continue its exploration of the… Read More
Mary Harron, Canada, USA, 2000, 104m.

All of Us Strangers 15

One night in his near-empty tower block in contemporary London, Adam (Andrew Scott) has a chance encounter with a mysterious neighbor… Read More
Andrew Haigh, UK, 2023, 105m.

Tuesday 27 February

The Zone of Interest 12A

Rudolf, Hedwig and their family live the perfect suburban dream with their beautifully ordered house and garden. But audible from behind… Read More
Jonathan Glazer, Poland, UK, USA, 2023, 106m.

All of Us Strangers 15

One night in his near-empty tower block in contemporary London, Adam (Andrew Scott) has a chance encounter with a mysterious neighbor… Read More
Andrew Haigh, UK, 2023, 105m.

The Taste of Things 12A

Peerless cook Eugenie (Juliette Binoche) has worked for the famous gourmet Dodin (Benoît Magimel) for the last 20 years. Bonding over… Read More
Tran Anh Hùng, Belgium, France, 2023, 135m.

How to Have Sex 15

Winner of the Un Certain Regard prize at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, How to Have Sex is a vibrant and authentic… Read More
Molly Manning Walker, Greece, UK, 2023, 98m.

The Stone Cross 18

Part of Ukrainian Retrospective
This event is part of Ukrainian Retrospective, an educational program dedicated to Ukrainian cinema history in partnership with the Ukrainian Institute… Read More
Leonid Osyka, Ukrainian SSR, 1968, 81m.

Past Lives 12A

Nora and Hae Sung, two deeply connected childhood friends, are wrest apart after Nora’s family emigrates from South Korea. Twelve years… Read More
Celine Song, South Korea, USA, 2023, 106m.

Wednesday 28 February

The Taste of Things 12A

Peerless cook Eugenie (Juliette Binoche) has worked for the famous gourmet Dodin (Benoît Magimel) for the last 20 years. Bonding over… Read More
Tran Anh Hùng, Belgium, France, 2023, 135m.

Samsara U

Spanish director Lois Patiño, who cut his teeth in experimental cinema, uses techniques from that world to astonishing effect with Samsara,… Read More
Lois Patiño, Spain, 2023, 114m.

The Zone of Interest 12A

Rudolf, Hedwig and their family live the perfect suburban dream with their beautifully ordered house and garden. But audible from behind… Read More
Jonathan Glazer, Poland, UK, USA, 2023, 106m.

Showing Up 12A

Continuing one of the richest collaborations in modern American cinema, director Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women) reunites with star Michelle Williams for… Read More
Kelly Reichardt, USA, 2022, 107m.

Taste of Cherry PG

Part of Members' Events
This film was proposed by our members Arian Nemati, Matilda Uribe & Awais Irfan, who wrote: 'Abbas Kiarostami’s Taste of Cherry is… Read More
Abbas Kiarostami, Iran, 1998, 95m.

Thursday 29 February

The Zone of Interest 12A

Rudolf, Hedwig and their family live the perfect suburban dream with their beautifully ordered house and garden. But audible from behind… Read More
Jonathan Glazer, Poland, UK, USA, 2023, 106m.

The Taste of Things 12A

Peerless cook Eugenie (Juliette Binoche) has worked for the famous gourmet Dodin (Benoît Magimel) for the last 20 years. Bonding over… Read More
Tran Anh Hùng, Belgium, France, 2023, 135m.

Rashomon 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 29 February will feature an introduction by Mark Betz (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Akira Kurosawa, Japan, 1950, 87m.

Frontline Folklore + Director Q&A 18

The film will be followed by a Q&A with Ben Edge in which he will be joined by collaborator and editor… Read More
Ben Edge, UK, 2024, 140m.

Friday 1 March

Perfect Days PG

A highly anticipated return to fiction feature filmmaking from Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas, Wings of Desire), Perfect Days takes the writer-director to… Read More
Wim Wenders, Japan, Germany, 2023, 123m.

Funny Girl U

Part of Musical Fridays
*The screening will be followed by a Fashion Film Club discussion with bestselling author and editor Kevin Sessums (Mississippi Sissy, Interview,… Read More
William Wyler, USA, 1968, 155m.

Saturday 2 March

Wallace & Gromit: A Grand Day Out, The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave PG

Part of Films for the Family
A rare screening of Aardman Animations' three half-hour specials featuring the Oscar-winning duo - charming and eccentric inventor Wallace and his… Read More
Nick Park, UK, 1989, 1993, 1995, 85m.

Rashomon 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 29 February will feature an introduction by Mark Betz (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Akira Kurosawa, Japan, 1950, 87m.

Perfect Days PG

A highly anticipated return to fiction feature filmmaking from Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas, Wings of Desire), Perfect Days takes the writer-director to… Read More
Wim Wenders, Japan, Germany, 2023, 123m.

Members' Sake Tasting 18

Part of Members' EventsPart of Japanese Golden Age
As part of our Japanese Golden Age season, we're excited to be welcoming Satoshi from Sake Collective for a Sake Tasting, in… Read More
Sake Collective, Japan, 2024, 120m.

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.

Sunday 3 March

Wallace & Gromit: A Grand Day Out, The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave PG

Part of Films for the Family
A rare screening of Aardman Animations' three half-hour specials featuring the Oscar-winning duo - charming and eccentric inventor Wallace and his… Read More
Nick Park, UK, 1989, 1993, 1995, 85m.

Perfect Days PG

A highly anticipated return to fiction feature filmmaking from Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas, Wings of Desire), Perfect Days takes the writer-director to… Read More
Wim Wenders, Japan, Germany, 2023, 123m.

LAFS Presents: Shayda (Exclusive Preview) 15

Screened in partnership with The London Australian Film Society
The London Australian Film Society are proud to present an exclusive preview screening of Noora Niasari’s powerful debut feature, SHAYDA. In… Read More
Noora Niasari, Australia, UK, 2023, 117m.

Monday 4 March

Late Spring U

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 22 February will feature an introduction by Jinhee Choi (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Yasujiro Ozu, Japan, 1949, 108m.

Perfect Days PG

A highly anticipated return to fiction feature filmmaking from Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas, Wings of Desire), Perfect Days takes the writer-director to… Read More
Wim Wenders, Japan, Germany, 2023, 123m.

Tuesday 5 March

Perfect Days PG

A highly anticipated return to fiction feature filmmaking from Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas, Wings of Desire), Perfect Days takes the writer-director to… Read More
Wim Wenders, Japan, Germany, 2023, 123m.

Maona presents Bulado 18

Maona Presents Bulado, with an intro from founder and curator Tatenda Jamera.         Kenza, young and headstrong, lives… Read More
Eche Janga, Curacao, 2020, 86m.

Wednesday 6 March

Perfect Days PG

A highly anticipated return to fiction feature filmmaking from Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas, Wings of Desire), Perfect Days takes the writer-director to… Read More
Wim Wenders, Japan, Germany, 2023, 123m.

Taste of Cherry PG

Part of Members' Events
This film was proposed by our members Arian Nemati, Matilda Uribe & Awais Irfan, who wrote: 'Abbas Kiarostami’s Taste of Cherry is… Read More
Abbas Kiarostami, Iran, 1998, 95m.

Thursday 7 March

Perfect Days PG

A highly anticipated return to fiction feature filmmaking from Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas, Wings of Desire), Perfect Days takes the writer-director to… Read More
Wim Wenders, Japan, Germany, 2023, 123m.

Ugetsu 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 7 March will feature an introduction by Alastair Phillips (Warwick) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Kenji Mizoguchi, Japan, 1953, 97m.

20 Days in Mariupol (Charity screening) 18

This screening is organised in partnership with the Ukraine Solidarity Campaign. All raised funds will be used to obtain aid for… Read More
Mstyslav Chernov, Ukraine, 2023, 94m.

Friday 8 March

Four Daughters 12A

Between light and darkness stands Olfa, a Tunisian woman and the mother of four daughters. One day, her two older daughters… Read More
Kaouther Ben Hania, France, Germany, Tunisia, 2023, 107m.

One From the Heart: Reprise 12A

Part of Musical Fridays
A new 4K restoration of One from the Heart, supervised by Francis Ford Coppola Hank (Frederic Forrest) and Frannie (Teri Garr)… Read More
Francis Ford Coppola, USA, 1982, 95m.

Saturday 9 March

Fly Away Home U

Part of Films for the Family
After the death of her mother,  13-year-old Amy (Anna Paquin) moves in with her eccentric father (Jeff Daniels) in Ontario. One… Read More
Carroll Ballard, USA, 1997, 107m.

Edward Showler Foundation Event U

A charity fundraising event for the Edward Showler Foundation; 100% of the proceeds will go to support their work. The event… Read More
165m.

Four Daughters 12A

Between light and darkness stands Olfa, a Tunisian woman and the mother of four daughters. One day, her two older daughters… Read More
Kaouther Ben Hania, France, Germany, Tunisia, 2023, 107m.

Screen Cuba presents: Death of a Bureaucrat + Now! +Q&A PG

Part of Screen Cuba Screened in partnership with Screen Cuba
The film will be followed by a Q&A with Michael Chanan, filmmaker and Cuban cinema specialist, and Tania Delgado, director, Havana… Read More
Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, Cuba, 1966, 85m.

Sunday 10 March

Fly Away Home U

Part of Films for the Family
After the death of her mother,  13-year-old Amy (Anna Paquin) moves in with her eccentric father (Jeff Daniels) in Ontario. One… Read More
Carroll Ballard, USA, 1997, 107m.

Dancing with Water: Stonewalling 18

Part of Chinese Cinema Project Screened in partnership with Queen Mary University of London
*This screening will be followed by a remote Q&A with the director. When Lynn discovers that she is pregnant, finishing her… Read More
HUANG Ji and Ryuji Otsuka, China, 2022, 148m.

ScreenCuba presents: One Way or Another + short +Q&A 18

Part of Screen Cuba Screened in partnership with Screen Cuba
With an introduction by Tania Delgado, director, Havana Film Festival Sara Gomez, a genuinely original filmmaker and the first female and… Read More
Sara Gomez, Cuba, 1974 - 77, 78m.

Ugetsu 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 7 March will feature an introduction by Alastair Phillips (Warwick) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Kenji Mizoguchi, Japan, 1953, 97m.

Four Daughters 12A

Between light and darkness stands Olfa, a Tunisian woman and the mother of four daughters. One day, her two older daughters… Read More
Kaouther Ben Hania, France, Germany, Tunisia, 2023, 107m.

Monday 11 March

Rashomon 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 29 February will feature an introduction by Mark Betz (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Akira Kurosawa, Japan, 1950, 87m.

Four Daughters 12A

Between light and darkness stands Olfa, a Tunisian woman and the mother of four daughters. One day, her two older daughters… Read More
Kaouther Ben Hania, France, Germany, Tunisia, 2023, 107m.

Tuesday 12 March

Four Daughters 12A

Between light and darkness stands Olfa, a Tunisian woman and the mother of four daughters. One day, her two older daughters… Read More
Kaouther Ben Hania, France, Germany, Tunisia, 2023, 107m.

Wednesday 13 March

Tokyo Story U

Part of Japanese Golden Age
A profoundly stirring evocation of elemental humanity and universal heartbreak, Tokyo Story is the crowning achievement of the unparalleled Yasujiro Ozu. The… Read More
Yasujiro Ozu, Japan, 1953, 136m.

Four Daughters 12A

Between light and darkness stands Olfa, a Tunisian woman and the mother of four daughters. One day, her two older daughters… Read More
Kaouther Ben Hania, France, Germany, Tunisia, 2023, 107m.

Screen Cuba presents: Strawberry and Chocolate 18

Part of Screen Cuba Screened in partnership with Screen Cuba
The late Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, often cited as Cuba’s greatest director, worked alongside Juan Carlos Tabío to create this Oscar-nominated modern… Read More
Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, Juan Carlos Tabio, Cuba , 1993, 108m.

Thursday 14 March

Sansho the Bailiff PG

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 14 March will feature an introduction from Tom Brown (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Kenji Mizoguchi, Japan, 1954, 124m.

Four Daughters 12A

Between light and darkness stands Olfa, a Tunisian woman and the mother of four daughters. One day, her two older daughters… Read More
Kaouther Ben Hania, France, Germany, Tunisia, 2023, 107m.

Friday 15 March

Screen Cuba presents: The Brothers/Los Hermanos + Q&A 18

Part of Musical FridaysPart of Screen Cuba Screened in partnership with Screen Cuba
Gladys Gonzalez, Cuban cinema institute ICAIC, will be in conversation with Cuban musician Omar Puente and Nick Gold, Cuban music producer.… Read More
Marcia Jarmel & Ken Schneider, USA, 2020, 84m.

Saturday 16 March

Song of the Sea PG

Part of Films for the Family
Join us in celebrating St Patrick's Day with this animated family adventure infused with Irish folklore and traditional Celtic design. Beautifully… Read More
Tomm Moore, Ireland , 2014, 92m.

Easter Wreath Workshop U

Part of Members' Events
After the enthusiastic response to our Christmas Wreath Making Workshop, we are thrilled to be partnering up with our neighbour Bloomsbury… Read More
150m.

Sansho the Bailiff PG

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 14 March will feature an introduction from Tom Brown (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Kenji Mizoguchi, Japan, 1954, 124m.

Screen Cuba presents: Yuli The Carlos Acosta Story 15

Part of Screen Cuba Screened in partnership with Screen Cuba
The unmissable award-winning film Yuli was inspired by the life of Carlos Acosta, one of the greatest dancers in Cuban ballet… Read More
Icíar Bollaín, Spain, Cuba, Germany, UK, 2018, 110m.

Sunday 17 March

Song of the Sea PG

Part of Films for the Family
Join us in celebrating St Patrick's Day with this animated family adventure infused with Irish folklore and traditional Celtic design. Beautifully… Read More
Tomm Moore, Ireland , 2014, 92m.

Screen Cuba presents: SuperGal & Havana Selfies 18

Part of Screen Cuba Screened in partnership with Screen Cuba
A special double bill of SuperGal and Havana Selfies. There will be a ten minute refreshment break between the films. La Super… Read More
Ernesto Piña, Arturo Santana, Cuba , 2022, 2019, 150m.

Monday 18 March

Ugetsu 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 7 March will feature an introduction by Alastair Phillips (Warwick) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Kenji Mizoguchi, Japan, 1953, 97m.

Tuesday 19 March

Screen Cuba presents: Jose Marti, the Eye of the Canary 18

Part of Screen Cuba Screened in partnership with Screen Cuba
An excellent example of an historical drama, a genre in which Cuban filmmakers excel. The Eye of the Canary is inspired by… Read More
Fernando Pérez, Cuba, 2010, 105m.

Thursday 21 March

Forever a Woman 15

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 21 March will feature an introduction by Alejandra Armendáriz-Hernández and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion… Read More
Kinuyo Tanaka, Japan, 1955, 110m.

Friday 22 March

Monster 12A

Mysterious and deeply moving, Monster is a breathtaking piece of cinema from master director Hirokazu Kore-eda (Broker, Shoplifters). When her young son… Read More
Hirokazu Kore-eda, Japan, 2023, 125m.

Forever a Woman 15

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 21 March will feature an introduction by Alejandra Armendáriz-Hernández and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion… Read More
Kinuyo Tanaka, Japan, 1955, 110m.

Screen Cuba presents: Tales of One More Day (UK Premiere) + Short: Blank 18

Part of Screen Cuba Screened in partnership with Screen Cuba
Screen Cuba presents the UK premiere of this innovative film that is under the general direction of renowned filmmaker, Fernando Peréz.… Read More
Fernando Peréz, Various Directors, Cuba, 2021, 90m.

Saturday 23 March

Ethel & Ernest PG

Part of Films for the Family
Based on the award-winning book by acclaimed British author and illustrator Raymond Briggs (The Snowman), this beautifully hand-drawn, animated feature film… Read More
Roger Mainwood, UK, 2016, 94m.

Sunday 24 March

Ethel & Ernest PG

Part of Films for the Family
Based on the award-winning book by acclaimed British author and illustrator Raymond Briggs (The Snowman), this beautifully hand-drawn, animated feature film… Read More
Roger Mainwood, UK, 2016, 94m.

Monster 12A

Mysterious and deeply moving, Monster is a breathtaking piece of cinema from master director Hirokazu Kore-eda (Broker, Shoplifters). When her young son… Read More
Hirokazu Kore-eda, Japan, 2023, 125m.

Another Reality: Genre Shorts by Arab Women Filmmakers 18

Another Reality: Genre Shorts by Arab Women Filmmakers The AWAN Festival (Arab Women Artists Now) in association with The Arab Film… Read More
Various, Various, 2019 - 2023, 60m.

Monday 25 March

Sansho the Bailiff PG

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 14 March will feature an introduction from Tom Brown (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Kenji Mizoguchi, Japan, 1954, 124m.

Monster 12A

Mysterious and deeply moving, Monster is a breathtaking piece of cinema from master director Hirokazu Kore-eda (Broker, Shoplifters). When her young son… Read More
Hirokazu Kore-eda, Japan, 2023, 125m.

Miskatonic IHS presents Call of Cthulhu with lecture introduction by Roger Luckhurst 18

This screening will be introduced by author and academic Roger Luckhurst. This award winning film was shot to look like a… Read More
Andrew Leman, USA, 2005, 47m.

Tuesday 26 March

Monster 12A

Mysterious and deeply moving, Monster is a breathtaking piece of cinema from master director Hirokazu Kore-eda (Broker, Shoplifters). When her young son… Read More
Hirokazu Kore-eda, Japan, 2023, 125m.

Wednesday 27 March

Monster 12A

Mysterious and deeply moving, Monster is a breathtaking piece of cinema from master director Hirokazu Kore-eda (Broker, Shoplifters). When her young son… Read More
Hirokazu Kore-eda, Japan, 2023, 125m.

Thursday 28 March

Monster 12A

Mysterious and deeply moving, Monster is a breathtaking piece of cinema from master director Hirokazu Kore-eda (Broker, Shoplifters). When her young son… Read More
Hirokazu Kore-eda, Japan, 2023, 125m.

The Ballad of Narayama 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 28 March will feature a video introduction by Earl Jackson Jr. (Asia University, Taiwan) and will be followed… Read More
Keisuke Kinoshita, Japan, 1958, 98m.

The Constant Gardener 15

Screened in partnership with In the Works
Our screening on 28 March is the latest in our discussion series, In the Works, hosted by Oscar nominated composer Gary… Read More
Fernando Meirelles, Chile, Germany, UK, USA, 2005, 129m.

Friday 29 March

Jesus Christ Superstar PG

Part of Musical Fridays
The Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice rock opera about the life and death of Christ is brought to the big-screen after success… Read More
Norman Jewison, USA, 1973, 107m.

Saturday 30 March

Peter Rabbit PG

Part of Films for the Family
Peter Rabbit and his three sisters -- Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-Tail -- enjoy spending their days in Mr. McGregor's vegetable garden.… Read More
Will Gluck, USA, UK, 2018, 95m.

The Ballad of Narayama 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 28 March will feature a video introduction by Earl Jackson Jr. (Asia University, Taiwan) and will be followed… Read More
Keisuke Kinoshita, Japan, 1958, 98m.

Sunday 31 March

Peter Rabbit PG

Part of Films for the Family
Peter Rabbit and his three sisters -- Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-Tail -- enjoy spending their days in Mr. McGregor's vegetable garden.… Read More
Will Gluck, USA, UK, 2018, 95m.

The Cloud in Her Room 18

Part of Chinese Cinema Project
*This screening will be shown as part of a Xinyuan Zheng Lu double-bill with Jet Lag, which will be followed by… Read More
Xinyuan Zheng Lu, Hong Kong, China, 2020, 101m.

Dancing with Water: Jet Lag 18

Part of Chinese Cinema Project Screened in partnership with Queen Mary University of London
*This screening will be shown as part of a Xinyuan Zheng Lu double-bill with The Cloud in Her Room, and will… Read More
ZHENG Lu Xinyuan, Austria, Switzerland, 2022, 111m.

Monday 1 April

Peter Rabbit PG

Part of Films for the Family
Peter Rabbit and his three sisters -- Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-Tail -- enjoy spending their days in Mr. McGregor's vegetable garden.… Read More
Will Gluck, USA, UK, 2018, 95m.

Forever a Woman 15

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 21 March will feature an introduction by Alejandra Armendáriz-Hernández and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion… Read More
Kinuyo Tanaka, Japan, 1955, 110m.

Thursday 4 April

Moana PG

Part of Films for the Family
Moana is a courageous teenager who seeks to follow in the footsteps of her ancestors by traversing the dangerous Oceanic seas.… Read More
Ron Clements, John Musker, USA, 2016, 103m.

Harakiri 15

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 4 April will be introduced by season curator George Crosthwait and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Masaki Kobayashi, Japan, 1962, 133m.

Saturday 6 April

Moana PG

Part of Films for the Family
Moana is a courageous teenager who seeks to follow in the footsteps of her ancestors by traversing the dangerous Oceanic seas.… Read More
Ron Clements, John Musker, USA, 2016, 103m.

Dancing with Water: Barbarian Invasion 18

Part of Chinese Cinema Project Screened in partnership with Queen Mary University of London
*This screening will be followed by a remote Q&A with the leading actor Pete Teo (TBC). Divorced and exhausted, retired actress… Read More
Tan Chui Mui, Hong Kong, Malaysia, 2021, 106m.

Harakiri 15

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 4 April will be introduced by season curator George Crosthwait and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Masaki Kobayashi, Japan, 1962, 133m.

Sunday 7 April

Moana PG

Part of Films for the Family
Moana is a courageous teenager who seeks to follow in the footsteps of her ancestors by traversing the dangerous Oceanic seas.… Read More
Ron Clements, John Musker, USA, 2016, 103m.

Tokyo Story U

Part of Japanese Golden Age
A profoundly stirring evocation of elemental humanity and universal heartbreak, Tokyo Story is the crowning achievement of the unparalleled Yasujiro Ozu. The… Read More
Yasujiro Ozu, Japan, 1953, 136m.

Monday 8 April

The Ballad of Narayama 12A

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 28 March will feature a video introduction by Earl Jackson Jr. (Asia University, Taiwan) and will be followed… Read More
Keisuke Kinoshita, Japan, 1958, 98m.

Wednesday 10 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.

Thursday 11 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.

Friday 12 April

Evil Does Not Exist Rating TBC

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

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.

Evil Does Not Exist Rating TBC

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

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.

Evil Does Not Exist Rating TBC

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

Monday 15 April

Harakiri 15

Part of Japanese Golden Age
Our screening on 4 April will be introduced by season curator George Crosthwait and will be followed by an informal post-film… Read More
Masaki Kobayashi, Japan, 1962, 133m.

Evil Does Not Exist Rating TBC

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

Tuesday 16 April

Evil Does Not Exist Rating TBC

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

Wednesday 17 April

Evil Does Not Exist Rating TBC

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

Thursday 18 April

Evil Does Not Exist Rating TBC

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

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.

Friday 26 April

Dancing with Water: Green Night 18

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

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All of Us Strangers 15

Andrew Haigh, 2023, UK
One night in his near-empty tower block in contemporary London, Adam (Andrew Scott) has a chance encounter with a mysterious neighbor Harry (Paul Mescal), which punctures the rhythm of his everyday life. As a relationship develops between them, Adam is preoccupied with… Read More

Thu 22 Feb

15:45

Fri 23 Feb

18:30

Sun 25 Feb

19:00

Mon 26 Feb

20:30

Tue 27 Feb

16:00

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

Sat 02 Mar

21:00

Thu 11 Apr

18:00

Mon 22 Apr

15:00

The Ballad of Narayama 12A

Keisuke Kinoshita, 1958, Japan
Our screening on 28 March will feature a video introduction by Earl Jackson Jr. (Asia University, Taiwan) and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion in The Garden Cinema Bar. This haunting, kabuki-inflected version of a Japanese folk legend is set… Read More

Thu 28 Mar

18:00

Sat 30 Mar

20:30

Mon 08 Apr

15:00

Ethel & Ernest PG

Roger Mainwood, 2016, UK
Based on the award-winning book by acclaimed British author and illustrator Raymond Briggs (The Snowman), this beautifully hand-drawn, animated feature film tells the true story of Raymond’s own parents – Ethel and Ernest - two ordinary Londoners living through a period of… Read More

Sat 23 Mar

11:00

Sun 24 Mar

11:00

Evil Does Not Exist Rating TBC

Ryuichi 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

Fri 12 Apr

15:4518:00

Sat 13 Apr

16:0020:35

Sun 14 Apr

14:1519:00

Mon 15 Apr

15:1520:15

Tue 16 Apr

15:2517:45

Wed 17 Apr

15:45

Thu 18 Apr

15:4518:15

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

Wed 10 Apr

13:00

Sat 13 Apr

10:55

Sun 14 Apr

11:00

Fly Away Home U

Carroll Ballard, 1997, USA
After the death of her mother,  13-year-old Amy (Anna Paquin) moves in with her eccentric father (Jeff Daniels) in Ontario. One day she discovers a nest of abandoned goose eggs. After nurturing them to hatching stage and becoming the goslings' surrogate parent,… Read More

Sat 09 Mar

11:00

Sun 10 Mar

11:00

Forever a Woman 15

Kinuyo Tanaka, 1955, Japan
Our screening on 21 March will feature an introduction by Alejandra Armendáriz-Hernández and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion in The Garden Cinema Bar. Kinuyo Tanaka’s third film as a director tells the story of Fumiko Nakajo, an ill-fated female… Read More

Thu 21 Mar

18:00

Fri 22 Mar

17:40

Mon 01 Apr

15:00

Four Daughters 12A

Kaouther Ben Hania, 2023, France, Germany, Tunisia
Between light and darkness stands Olfa, a Tunisian woman and the mother of four daughters. One day, her two older daughters disappear. Filmmaker Kaouther Ben Hania invites professional actresses to fill in their absence. The Garden Cinema View: Provocative and highly original,… Read More

Fri 08 Mar

20:30

Sat 09 Mar

17:45

Sun 10 Mar

19:15

Mon 11 Mar

18:00

Tue 12 Mar

20:30

Wed 13 Mar

17:45

Thu 14 Mar

20:30

Funny Girl U

William Wyler, 1968, USA
*The screening will be followed by a Fashion Film Club discussion with bestselling author and editor Kevin Sessums (Mississippi Sissy, Interview, Vanity Fair), hosted by Club founder Sarah Bailey. Funny Girl follows the early career of stage comedienne Fanny Brice, a role that earned… Read More

Fri 01 Mar

19:45

Getting It Back: The Story of Cymande 12A

Tim Mackenzie-Smith, 2022, UK
Cymande are the greatest band you’ve likely never heard of and this is their incredible untold story. Formed in south London by musicians who came to the UK from the Carribean as part of the Windrush generation and led by Patrick Patterson… Read More

Thu 22 Feb

20:35

Hairspray 12A

John Waters, 1988, USA
To mark LGBT+ History Month, we are screening a Drag Musical every Friday in February Teenager Tracy Turnblad achieves her dream of becoming a regular on the Corny Collins Dance Show. Now a teen hero, she starts using her fame to speak… Read More

Fri 23 Feb

20:40

Harakiri 15

Masaki Kobayashi, 1962, Japan
Our screening on 4 April will be introduced by season curator George Crosthwait and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion in The Garden Cinema Bar. Of all Masaki Kobayashi’s attacks on the cruelty and inhumanity perpetrated by authoritarian power (including… Read More

Thu 04 Apr

18:00

Sat 06 Apr

20:30

Mon 15 Apr

15:00

How to Have Sex 15

Molly Manning Walker, 2023, Greece, UK
Winner of the Un Certain Regard prize at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, How to Have Sex is a vibrant and authentic depiction of the agonies, ecstasies and ride-or-die glory of young female friendship, from rising British filmmaker Molly Manning Walker. Set against… Read More

Tue 27 Feb

18:30

Jesus Christ Superstar PG

Norman Jewison, 1973, USA
The Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice rock opera about the life and death of Christ is brought to the big-screen after success on Shaftesbury Avenue and Broadway. The story of Christ's (Ted Neely) last week on Earth is told by a group of… Read More

Fri 29 Mar

20:30

Late Spring U

Yasujiro Ozu, 1949, Japan
Our screening on 22 February will feature an introduction by Jinhee Choi (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion in The Garden Cinema Bar. Yasijiro Ozu’s hugely influential award-winning masterpiece, Late Spring is a tender meditation on family politics, sacrifice… Read More

Thu 22 Feb

18:00

Sun 25 Feb

15:10

Mon 04 Mar

15:00

The London International Animation Festival presents Wondrous Animated Shorts for 3-12 year-olds PG

Various Directors, Various Years, Various Countries
Like childhood, animation is full of wonder and simple pleasures. Come and take a mind-bending ride with us and watch 11 of the best short animated films, full of visually dazzling joy, from all around the world. The London International Animation Festival has… Read More

Sat 24 Feb

11:00

Sun 25 Feb

11:00

Moana PG

Ron Clements, John Musker, USA, 2016
Moana is a courageous teenager who seeks to follow in the footsteps of her ancestors by traversing the dangerous Oceanic seas. Accompanied by a demi-god named Maui who she meets along the way, Moana sets sail for a fabled island to help… Read More

Thu 04 Apr

12:45

Sat 06 Apr

11:00

Sun 07 Apr

11:00

Monster 12A

Hirokazu Kore-eda, 2023, Japan
Mysterious and deeply moving, Monster is a breathtaking piece of cinema from master director Hirokazu Kore-eda (Broker, Shoplifters). When her young son Minato starts to behave strangely, single mother Saori knows that there is something wrong. Discovering that one of his teachers might… Read More

Fri 22 Mar

15:0018:00

Sun 24 Mar

13:0018:30

Mon 25 Mar

15:1517:30

Tue 26 Mar

14:4520:30

Wed 27 Mar

15:3018:15

Thu 28 Mar

15:2020:30

One From the Heart: Reprise 12A

Francis Ford Coppola, 1982, USA
A new 4K restoration of One from the Heart, supervised by Francis Ford Coppola Hank (Frederic Forrest) and Frannie (Teri Garr) don’t seem to be able to live together anymore. After a five-year relationship, lustful and dreamy Frannie leaves down-to-earth Hank on… Read More

Fri 08 Mar

20:45

Past Lives 12A

Celine Song, 2023, South Korea, USA
Nora and Hae Sung, two deeply connected childhood friends, are wrest apart after Nora’s family emigrates from South Korea. Twelve years later, Nora, now a playwriting student in New York, reconnects with Hae Sung online; they begin talking frequently, and even imagine… Read More

Tue 27 Feb

20:45

Perfect Days PG

Wim Wenders, 2023, Japan, Germany
A highly anticipated return to fiction feature filmmaking from Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas, Wings of Desire), Perfect Days takes the writer-director to Tokyo to tell a story celebrating the hidden joys and minutiae of Japanese culture. Winner of the Best Actor award at… Read More

Fri 01 Mar

15:0017:30

Sat 02 Mar

16:0020:45

Sun 03 Mar

14:0019:00

Mon 04 Mar

15:3018:00

Tue 05 Mar

15:3017:25

Wed 06 Mar

15:3020:15

Thu 07 Mar

15:3017:45

Peter Rabbit PG

Will Gluck, USA, UK, 20018
Peter Rabbit and his three sisters -- Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-Tail -- enjoy spending their days in Mr. McGregor's vegetable garden. When one of McGregor's relatives suddenly moves in, he's less than thrilled to discover a family of rabbits in his new… Read More

Sat 30 Mar

11:00

Sun 31 Mar

11:00

Mon 01 Apr

13:30

Poor Things 18

Yorgos Lanthimos, 2023, USA, Ireland, UK
From filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos and producer Emma Stone comes the incredible tale and fantastical evolution of Bella Baxter (Stone), a young woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist Dr. Godwin Baxter (Willem Dafoe). Under Baxter's protection, Bella is… Read More

Thu 22 Feb

15:20

Sat 24 Feb

12:45

Rashomon 12A

Akira Kurosawa, 1950, Japan
Our screening on 29 February will feature an introduction by Mark Betz (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion in The Garden Cinema Bar. A riveting psychological thriller that investigates the nature of truth and the meaning of justice,… Read More

Thu 29 Feb

18:00

Sat 02 Mar

13:00

Mon 11 Mar

15:00

Samsara U

Lois Patiño, 2023, Spain
Spanish director Lois Patiño, who cut his teeth in experimental cinema, uses techniques from that world to astonishing effect with Samsara, bringing audiences a transcendental experience made for the big screen. Having played in the Encounters section of 2023’s Berlinale, Samsara beckons viewers… Read More

Sat 24 Feb

16:00

Wed 28 Feb

15:15

Sansho the Bailiff PG

Kenji Mizoguchi, 1954, Japan
Our screening on 14 March will feature an introduction from Tom Brown (KCL) and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion in The Garden Cinema Bar. When an idealistic governor disobeys the reigning feudal lord, he is cast into exile, his… Read More

Thu 14 Mar

18:00

Sat 16 Mar

15:25

Mon 25 Mar

15:00

ScreenCuba presents: One Way or Another + short +Q&A 18

Sara Gomez, 1974-77, Cuba
With an introduction by Tania Delgado, director, Havana Film Festival Sara Gomez, a genuinely original filmmaker and the first female and black director of the Cuban Cinema Institute (ICAIC), passionately explores everyday life with all its turmoil in the revolution’s early days.… Read More

Sun 10 Mar

16:00

Showing Up 12A

Kelly Reichardt, 2022, USA
Continuing one of the richest collaborations in modern American cinema, director Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women) reunites with star Michelle Williams for this marvelously particularised portrait of a sculptor’s daily work and frustrations in an artists’ enclave in Portland. Lizzy (Williams) struggles to… Read More

Thu 22 Feb

18:15

Sat 24 Feb

18:30

Mon 26 Feb

15:15

Wed 28 Feb

18:15

Song of the Sea PG

Tomm Moore, Ireland, 2014
Join us in celebrating St Patrick's Day with this animated family adventure infused with Irish folklore and traditional Celtic design. Beautifully drawn with a bewitching soundtrack, this is an enchanting feast for the eyes and a heart-felt celebration of traditional Gaelic storytelling… Read More

Sat 16 Mar

11:00

Sun 17 Mar

11:00

The Stone Cross 18

Leonid Osyka, 1968, Ukrainian SSR
This event is part of Ukrainian Retrospective, an educational program dedicated to Ukrainian cinema history in partnership with the Ukrainian Institute London and Dovzhenko Center. The screening will be be preceded by a pre-recorded introduction from Yuliia Kovalenko, film critic, program director… Read More

Tue 27 Feb

20:30

Taste of Cherry PG

Abbas Kiarostami, 1998, Iran
This film was proposed by our members Arian Nemati, Matilda Uribe & Awais Irfan, who wrote: 'Abbas Kiarostami’s Taste of Cherry is not only a profound meditation on life and death and existentialism, it’s a film not many people have seen – despite… Read More

Wed 28 Feb

20:30

Wed 06 Mar

18:00

The Taste of Things 12A

Tran Anh Hùng, 2023, Belgium, France
Peerless cook Eugenie (Juliette Binoche) has worked for the famous gourmet Dodin (Benoît Magimel) for the last 20 years. Bonding over a passion for gastronomy and mutual admiration, their relationship develops into romance and gives rise to delicious dishes that impress even… Read More

Fri 23 Feb

14:2017:10

Sat 24 Feb

13:0020:15

Sun 25 Feb

13:2019:30

Mon 26 Feb

15:0017:30

Tue 27 Feb

17:45

Wed 28 Feb

14:4520:10

Thu 29 Feb

15:1517:40

Tokyo Story U

Yasujiro Ozu, 1953, Japan
A profoundly stirring evocation of elemental humanity and universal heartbreak, Tokyo Story is the crowning achievement of the unparalleled Yasujiro Ozu. The film, which follows an aging couple’s journey to visit their grown children in bustling postwar Tokyo, surveys the rich and complex… Read More

Wed 13 Mar

15:00

Sun 07 Apr

13:30

Ugetsu 12A

Kenji Mizoguchi, Japan, 1953
Our screening on 7 March will feature an introduction by Alastair Phillips (Warwick) and will be followed by an informal post-film discussion in The Garden Cinema Bar. By the time he made Ugetsu, Kenji Mizoguchi was already an elder statesman of Japanese… Read More

Thu 07 Mar

18:00

Sun 10 Mar

17:00

Mon 18 Mar

15:00

Wallace & Gromit: A Grand Day Out, The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave PG

Nick Park, 1989, 1993, 1995, UK
A rare screening of Aardman Animations' three half-hour specials featuring the Oscar-winning duo - charming and eccentric inventor Wallace and his faithful four-legged companion Gromit. A Grand Day Out: Wallace and Gromit enjoy a day out with a difference when a quest… Read More

Sat 02 Mar

11:00

Sun 03 Mar

11:00

The Zone of Interest 12A

Jonathan Glazer, 2023, Poland, UK, USA
Rudolf, Hedwig and their family live the perfect suburban dream with their beautifully ordered house and garden. But audible from behind the wall are the sounds of mechanised death, for Rudolf Höss is the commandant of Auschwitz. Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast, Under… Read More

Fri 23 Feb

16:00

Sat 24 Feb

20:45

Mon 26 Feb

17:45

Tue 27 Feb

15:30

Wed 28 Feb

17:45

Thu 29 Feb

15:0020:30
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 12 Jan — Thu 22 Feb 2024
Watching a Luis Buñuel film is an unsettling experience. Unpredictable emotional beats, sacrilegious imagery, uncanny juxtapositions abound in his work – his films attack our compliance. The man himself was no less complicated:…
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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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Fantastic Mr. Fox

Thu 22 Feb 2024
Screened in partnership with In the Works
Our screening on 22 February is the latest in our discussion series, In the Works, hosted by Oscar nominated composer Gary…
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London Mountain Film Festival 2024

Fri 23 Feb — Sat 24 Feb 2024
London Mountain Film Festival (LMFF) is a new kind of festival which not only screens films in London and online for…
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Filum Presents: Al-Mumia (The Night of Counting of the Years)

Fri 23 Feb 2024
In "Al-Mumia," a young man faces a profound dilemma upon discovering his tribe's ancestral trade in stolen ancient artefacts. A film…
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Indy Film Library

Sun 25 Feb 2024
Indy Film Library presents: UK Short Film Showcase Based in the Netherlands and the UK, Indy Film Library (IFL) grew out…
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LRB SCREEN X MUBI: American Psycho + Director Q&A

Mon 26 Feb 2024
Screened in partnership with London Review of Books
LRB Screen, the London Review Bookshop’s long-running film series, returns to the Garden Cinema in 2024 to continue its exploration of the…
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Ukrainian Retrospective

Thu 16 Nov — Tue 19 Mar 2024
The Ukrainian Institute London presents a retrospective of Ukrainian cinema, showcasing five iconic Ukrainian films at The Garden Cinema. This film…
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Frontline Folklore + Director Q&A

Thu 29 Feb 2024
The film will be followed by a Q&A with Ben Edge in which he will be joined by collaborator and editor…
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Members' Sake Tasting

Sat 02 Mar 2024
As part of our Japanese Golden Age season, we're excited to be welcoming Satoshi from Sake Collective for a Sake Tasting, in…
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LAFS Presents: Shayda (Exclusive Preview)

Sun 03 Mar 2024
Screened in partnership with The London Australian Film Society
The London Australian Film Society are proud to present an exclusive preview screening of Noora Niasari’s powerful debut feature, SHAYDA. In…
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Maona presents Bulado

Tue 05 Mar 2024
Maona Presents Bulado, with an intro from founder and curator Tatenda Jamera.         Kenza, young and headstrong, lives…
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20 Days in Mariupol (Charity screening)

Thu 07 Mar 2024
This screening is organised in partnership with the Ukraine Solidarity Campaign. All raised funds will be used to obtain aid for…
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Screen Cuba

Sat 09 Mar — Fri 22 Mar 2024
Screen Cuba: Films to Change the World celebrates Cuban cinema from the island since 1959. From a range of directors, and…
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Edward Showler Foundation Event

Sat 09 Mar 2024
A charity fundraising event for the Edward Showler Foundation; 100% of the proceeds will go to support their work. The event…
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Dancing with Water: Stonewalling

Sun 10 Mar 2024
Screened in partnership with Queen Mary University of London
*This screening will be followed by a remote Q&A with the director. When Lynn discovers that she is pregnant, finishing her…
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Easter Wreath Workshop

Sat 16 Mar 2024
After the enthusiastic response to our Christmas Wreath Making Workshop, we are thrilled to be partnering up with our neighbour Bloomsbury…
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Another Reality: Genre Shorts by Arab Women Filmmakers

Sun 24 Mar 2024
Another Reality: Genre Shorts by Arab Women Filmmakers The AWAN Festival (Arab Women Artists Now) in association with The Arab Film…
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Miskatonic IHS presents Call of Cthulhu with lecture introduction by Roger Luckhurst

Mon 25 Mar 2024
This screening will be introduced by author and academic Roger Luckhurst. This award winning film was shot to look like a…
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The Constant Gardener

Thu 28 Mar 2024
Screened in partnership with In the Works
Our screening on 28 March is the latest in our discussion series, In the Works, hosted by Oscar nominated composer Gary…
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The Cloud in Her Room

Sun 31 Mar 2024
*This screening will be shown as part of a Xinyuan Zheng Lu double-bill with Jet Lag, which will be followed by…
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Dancing with Water: Jet Lag

Sun 31 Mar 2024
Screened in partnership with Queen Mary University of London
*This screening will be shown as part of a Xinyuan Zheng Lu double-bill with The Cloud in Her Room, and will…
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Dancing with Water: Barbarian Invasion

Sat 06 Apr 2024
Screened in partnership with Queen Mary University of London
*This screening will be followed by a remote Q&A with the leading actor Pete Teo (TBC). Divorced and exhausted, retired actress…
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Dancing with Water: Green Night

Fri 26 Apr 2024
*This screening will be followed by an in-person Q&A with the director Han Shuai. Trapped in a life of oppression under…

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