Sunday 1 October 2017

The Cinema Museum - TCM Events - The Girl from 10th Avenue, Underworld, South Social meets Chile and Being Ourselves

The Girl from 10th Avenue (1935) Sun Oct 8th,Underworld (1927) Wed Oct 18th,
South Social meets Chile Sat 21st Oct, &
Being Ourselves featuring The L-Shaped Room (1962) and a programme of LGBT shorts Sun 29th Oct
Kennington Talkies Presents The Girl from 10th Avenue (1935) Sun 8 Oct @ 14:30
The Girl from 10th Avenue (1935) stars Bette Davis.
Driven to drink over losing his girlfriend, Valentine, to a rich man, Geoff Sherwood creates a drunken disturbance outside the church at Valentine’s wedding. When shop girl Miriam Brady rescues him, Geoff convinces her to join him drinking, and the next morning they wake up married. The couple begin to find happiness when an unhappy Valentine confronts Miriam. More details here.
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Kennington Bioscope presents Underworld (1927), Wed 18th Oct @ 19:30
Kennington Bioscope presents Underworld (1927), Josef von Sternberg’s crime drama starring George Bancroft, Evelyn Brent and Clive Brook. This screening will be introduced by Kevin Brownlow, and will have a live piano accompaniment.
Gangster ‘Bull’ Weed (Bancroft) befriends and rehabilitates alcoholic ex-lawyer ‘Rolls Royce’ Wensel (Brook), ‘Bull’ using his friend’s inside knowledge to further his nefarious schemes, but things become complicated when Wensel falls for Weed’s moll ‘Feathers’ McCoy (Brent).
Tickets are £5. Seats are limited, so please request an invitation using the email
South Social Meets Chile, Sat 21st Oct @ 18:30
South Social are screening Chilean director Marcela Said's latest film, Los Perros(2017), which was presented at this year's Cannes Film festival. A blasting study of the past Chilean dictatorship through the eyes of a high-octane female protagonist. Followed by a true experience of Chilean music and regional cuisine. All hail Chile!
Various ticket options are available, including Early Bird options. Please visit the Billetto ticket page for details.
Outings in Art Plus, The Vito Project and The Cinema Museum present Being Ourselves 1967-2017
Sun 29th Oct @ 14:00 & 19:00
A day of film screenings, readings, and thought provoking discussion looking at how far we have come as a community and how technology is shaping the future.
The afternoon programme features a screening of The L-Shaped Room(1962), introduced by the book's author Lynne Reid Banks. The evening session will include a series of shorts on LGBT subjects. More details here.
Tickets £8 for the whole day, or £5 for the afternoon or evening programmes are available here