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Big screen classics

The timeless films we urge you to see.

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  • Eyes Without a Face

    Eyes Without a Face

    Franju’s classic combines horror and cruelty as a guilt-ridden doctor seeks flesh for his daughter’s ruined face.

  • Gloria

    Gloria

    Gena Rowlands excels in Cassavetes’ gem about a tough-talking moll lumbered with a kid wanted by the Mob.

  • Gloria + intro by Geoff Andrew, Programmer-at-large

    Gloria + intro by Geoff Andrew, Programmer-at-large

    Gena Rowlands excels in Cassavetes’ gem about a tough-talking moll lumbered with a kid wanted by the Mob.

  • All About My Mother

    All About My Mother

    Almodóvar’s exhilaratingly inventive portrait of a woman seeking solace and meaning after the death of her son.

  • East of Eden

    East of Eden

    James Dean’s powerful presence ignites Kazan’s acclaimed adaptation of Steinbeck’s novel.

  • Unrelated

    Unrelated

    The bold, brilliant debut from the director of The Souvenir features an early performance from Tom Hiddleston.

  • Unrelated + intro by Dr Davina Quinlivan, Kingston University London

    Unrelated + intro by Dr Davina Quinlivan, Kingston University London

    The bold, brilliant debut from the director of The Souvenir features an early performance from Tom Hiddleston.

  • Mildred Pierce

    Mildred Pierce

    Joan Crawford’s on peak form in Curtiz’s classic noir-melodrama about a hard-working mother at odds with her daughter.

  • Repulsion

    Repulsion

    Catherine Deneuve is eerily brilliant in Polanski’s psychological thriller about a shy young Belgian living in London.

  • Day of Wrath

    Day of Wrath

    Carl Dreyer’s masterpiece about superstition, sexual longing and barbaric cruelty in a Denmark devoted to ridding itself of witchcraft.

  • Day of Wrath + intro by Dr Claire Thomson, UCL

    Day of Wrath + intro by Dr Claire Thomson, UCL

    Carl Dreyer’s masterpiece about superstition, sexual longing and barbaric cruelty in a Denmark devoted to ridding itself of witchcraft.

  • Camille

    Camille

    Garbo is radiant as Marguerite Gautier in this elegant adaptation of Dumas’ much-loved story.

  • Camille + intro by artist and film scholar Cathy Lomax

    Camille + intro by artist and film scholar Cathy Lomax

    Garbo is radiant as Marguerite Gautier in this elegant adaptation of Dumas’ much-loved story.

  • L’Age d’or

    L’Age d’or

    Buñuel’s controversial surrealist classic about sexual desire oppressed by ‘civilised’ society.

  • White Dog

    White Dog

    Samuel Fuller’s powerful exploration of racism as conditioning centres on an animal trainer trying to ‘cure’ an attack dog.

  • Le Jour se lève

    Le Jour se lève

    Jean Gabin stars as a lovelorn foundry-worker undone by deceit, disappointment and jealousy.


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