OPEN HOUSE AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM THIS WEEKEND (plus Max Wall movie, an evening with Barry Cryer and TV’s The Professionals revisited)

Max Wall Society September 21st Open House Weekend September 22nd An Evening with Barry Cryer September 22nd Misty Moon September 23rd The Max Wall Society presents; We Think The World of You (1988), Friday 21st September @ 7:30pm The Max Wall Society presents a screening of We Think the World of You, the 1988 film based on the novel by … Continue reading OPEN HOUSE AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM THIS WEEKEND (plus Max Wall movie, an evening with Barry Cryer and TV’s The Professionals revisited)

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CINEMA MUSEUM EVENTS (not only film screenings but also a charity art auction)

Haunted House of Horror September 16th Misty Moon September 16th Kennington Noir September 19th Lambeth & The NHS September 20th Screening of The Haunted House of Horror (1969), Sunday 16th September @ 6pm Shot in 1968 and released in 1969, The Dark, re-titled The Haunted House Of Horror (UK) and Horror House (US), went on to huge box offices grosses internationally, pre-empted … Continue reading CINEMA MUSEUM EVENTS (not only film screenings but also a charity art auction)

LAMBETH LABOUR COUNCILLOR APPLAUDED AT PUBLIC MEETING (I’m sorry, I’ll read that again)

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________ "If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear" - George Orwell, journalist and author. "Imprisoning journalists who write about inconvenient truths is an unconscionable blow to Press freedom - and everybody's freedom" - Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt on Twitter following the jailing … Continue reading LAMBETH LABOUR COUNCILLOR APPLAUDED AT PUBLIC MEETING (I’m sorry, I’ll read that again)

CINEMA MUSEUM PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONTH

Kennington Talkies presents; After The Thin Man (1936), Sunday September 1st @ 2:30pm Save The Cinema Museum, Public Meeting, Monday September 3rd @ 7pm There is a public meeting at The Cinema Museum to update everyone on negotiations with our new owners, Anthology, answer questions and talk about the way forward. This will include an update on our future … Continue reading CINEMA MUSEUM PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONTH

PAXTON CENTRE WINS TIME OUT AWARD FOR BEST CULTURE SPOT IN THE AREA – Brown and Green cafe in Crystal Palace station booking hall pick up two awards

The Paxton Centre on Anerley Hill is the winner of this year’s Time Out Love London award for ‘Most loved local culture spot in Crystal Palace.’ Beth Mander told News From Crystal Palace: "We are thrilled to have won the Time Out Love London Awards at The Paxton Centre! "From the very beginning the community … Continue reading PAXTON CENTRE WINS TIME OUT AWARD FOR BEST CULTURE SPOT IN THE AREA – Brown and Green cafe in Crystal Palace station booking hall pick up two awards

THUNDERBALL AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM

Kennington Bioscope presents; Tokyo Chorus (1931): Wednesday May 2nd @ 7:30pm The Kennington Bioscope is a regular cinema event featuring live accompaniment to silent films that takes place at the Cinema Museum. The main feature is Tokyo Chorus (1931), one of Japanese master Yasujirō Ozu’s silent features. Talking pictures came late to Japan, where silent … Continue reading THUNDERBALL AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM

ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF CINEMA ADVERTISING AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM – FUNDRAISER

'Ad Mad' - 100 Years of Cinema Advertising, Wednesday March 21st @ 7:30pm From Ovaltine to Omo, from Gemoline to the Gas Board – thousands of short films have been produced over the years to promote our favourite products and services.In the golden age of film-going, when a cinema advertised ‘full supporting programme’, the chances are there would … Continue reading ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF CINEMA ADVERTISING AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM – FUNDRAISER

KEVIN BROWNLOW AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM

Kennington Bioscope presents; Another Evening of 9.5mm films, Weds 14th March @ 7:30pm For those unacquainted with the format, 9.5mm was a home movie gauge launched in the 1920s and is of similar quality to 16mm. Many silent films survive only in this form. Kevin Brownlow - British film historian, television documentary-maker, filmmaker, author, film … Continue reading KEVIN BROWNLOW AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM

LONDON MOZART PLAYERS AT ST JOHNS: “It doesn’t get any better than this” says audience member Plus: EXPLODING CINEMA – AND A NON-EXPLODING BARRY CRYER – AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM

LONDON MOZART PLAYERS AT ST JOHN'S CHURCH, UPPER NORWOOD The LMP’s 2018 got off to a wonderful start thanks to a series of spine-tingling concerts with violin virtuoso Nicola Benedetti under the baton of Leonard Elschenbroich. We were delighted to have full houses for each concert, and audiences and players alike were entranced by Benedetti’s … Continue reading LONDON MOZART PLAYERS AT ST JOHNS: “It doesn’t get any better than this” says audience member Plus: EXPLODING CINEMA – AND A NON-EXPLODING BARRY CRYER – AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM

“REPAIR MY HOME” – DEALING WITH COUNCIL REPAIRS FORMS PART OF FILM SHOW / MORE THAN 12,500 PEOPLE SIGN CINEMA MUSEUM PETITION – PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONDAY / LIBRARY NOW HAS LATE CLOSING ON THURSDAYS / 2018 DATES FOR OVERGROUND FESTIVAL  / FOOD MARKET

"REPAIR MY HOME" - DEALING WITH COUNCIL REPAIRS FORMS PART OF FILM SHOW Two films dealing with losing your home are being shown as part of the Crystal Palace International Film Festival tomorrow (Saturday). 'Uprooted' (2pm and 4pm) and 'Dispossession' (6pm)are being shown at Christ church Highland Road SE19. Dispossession will be foillowed by a … Continue reading “REPAIR MY HOME” – DEALING WITH COUNCIL REPAIRS FORMS PART OF FILM SHOW / MORE THAN 12,500 PEOPLE SIGN CINEMA MUSEUM PETITION – PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONDAY / LIBRARY NOW HAS LATE CLOSING ON THURSDAYS / 2018 DATES FOR OVERGROUND FESTIVAL  / FOOD MARKET