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Big screen classics

The timeless films we urge you to see.

Tickets for these screenings are only £8

May

June

  • Citizen Kane

    Citizen Kane

    As a media tycoon (Orson Welles) lies dying he wonders how he’ll be remembered.

  • Point Blank

    Point Blank

    Lee Marvin’s gangster seeks revenge on those who left him to die.

  • French Cancan + intro

    French Cancan + intro

    Renoir’s 1954 classic, about an impresario trying to revive the cancan in the Moulin Rouge.

  • French Cancan

    French Cancan

    Renoir’s 1954 classic, about an impresario trying to revive the cancan in the Moulin Rouge.

  • Rebel Without a Cause

    Rebel Without a Cause

    James Dean plays a troubled young man with much to prove in this iconic film.

  • The Long Goodbye

    The Long Goodbye

    Robert Altman’s masterly adaptation of Raymond Chandler’s novel tells of betrayal, murder and moral codes.

  • Last Year in Marienbad

    Last Year in Marienbad

    In a strange and isolated chateau, a man becomes acquainted with a woman and insists that they’ve met before.

  • L’Eclisse + intro

    L’Eclisse + intro

    Antonioni’s film charts the hot and cold relationship of a young couple in bustling Rome.

  • L’Eclisse

    L’Eclisse

    Antonioni’s film charts the hot and cold relationship of a young couple in bustling Rome.

  • Playtime

    Playtime

    Jacques Tati directs and stars in this fun account of the bumbling M Hulot’s day in Paris.

  • My Winnipeg + intro

    My Winnipeg + intro

    Dreamlike, fantastic and often extremely funny, Guy Maddin’s essay-film is a delight.

  • My Winnipeg

    My Winnipeg

    Dreamlike, fantastic and often extremely funny, Guy Maddin’s essay-film is a delight.

  • Of Time and the City

    Of Time and the City

    Terence Davies’ filmic, music-filled homage to Liverpool, the city he grew up in.

  • London + intro

    London + intro

    Paul Scofield narrates this humorous and insightful odyssey around our capital city.

  • London

    London

    Paul Scofield narrates this humorous and insightful odyssey around our capital city.

  • Metropolis + intro by Professor Erica Carter, King’s College London

    Metropolis + intro by Professor Erica Carter, King’s College London

    Fritz Lang’s stunning sci-fi epic about the conflict between capital and labour is still a treat on the big screen.

  • Metropolis

    Metropolis

    Fritz Lang’s stunning sci-fi epic about the conflict between capital and labour is still a treat on the big screen.


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