NOW BOOKING: Films in London this month [OCTOBER 2019]

RADIANT CIRCUS is your handcrafted guide to London’s DIY, indie & alternative movie nights, film events & gallery screenings. Our latest SCREEN GUIDE helps you find repertory seasons & film festivals in London this month.


Find films in London this month by: REPERTORY SEASONS // FILM FESTIVALS


UPDATES: [10 OCT] BLACK HISTORY (EVERY) MONTH at Genesis, BLACK HISTORY MONTH & ROM COMS at Everyman Cinemas, SYSTEMS OF CARE at Deptford, & CARLOS ACOSTA’S CINE CLUB at Wimbledon Library added; [07 OCT] TNB BHM209 added; [03 OCT] WITCHES & VAMPIRES season, MIDNIGHT EXCESS, the Romanian Film Festival & UK Green Film Festival added.


Welcome to our monthly roundup.

Each month we look ahead to what we call London’s MUSEUM SHOWS, the places where you can find several attractions under one roof. Our listings are divided into repertory seasons and film festivals.

We keep you updated on all London’s one-off screenings including film clubs, meet the talent Q&As and other special events in our weekly digests and daily updates.


FEATURED ATTRACTIONS

It’s a month for horrible things and our pumpkin carving gold medal goes to the epic Halloween season at The Prince Charles, this time masquerading under the title THRILLERS & KILLERS & MONSTERS, OH MY! But we also love the smaller scale chills of HITCHCOCKTOBER (an opportunity to see THE BIRDS at The Birds, where all these films are FREE!), WITCHES & VAMPIRES at House Of Vans (more FREE screams!), HALLOWEEN AT GENESIS featuring another gorgeous 35mm screening from The Celluloid Sorceress and our very own miniature terrors in the form of a short film HALLOWEEN SPECIAL as part of LUNCHTIME FILM SOCIETY.

Speaking of small things, there are some beautifully crafted smaller seasons scattered across the month, some from expert curators such as So Mayer’s CYBERFEMINISM ON FILM at Barbican and everything that’s opening at Close-Up, as well as newer curatorial voices such as the amazing outcrop of seasons at Deptford Cinema and NFTS student programmes at various venues. The same goes for festivals: we all know the big beast in town, but don’t forget to support the smaller events where you will most certainly be welcome.

Of course, if everything that’s due to happen this month is making you feel a little grim, you can always disappear into the MUSICALS! season at BFI, never to be seen again most likely, or its smaller cousin A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MOVIE MUSICAL at Deptford.

Our featured attraction of the month is always one where we would love to see everything and October’s choice combines our themes because it’s small, beautifully formed and touched by terror. NFTS student Ben Driscoll’s season LIVE CULTURES screens at Close-Up. We’ll leave you with the chilling trailer for THE HELLSTROM CHRONICLE: “If any living species is to inherit the earth, it will not be man.”

See you in darkness…


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#32BoroughsOfFilm: We started our yearlong tour of community cinema with visits to Richmond Film Society to see Hirokazu Kore-eda’s SHOPLIFTERS (24 SEP 2019) & Leytonstone Loves Film for the Smartphone Film Festival (28 SEP 2019). More to come!


FILMS IN LONDON THIS MONTH

REPERTORY SEASONS (A–Z)

RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide - Films in London this month:  THE CONNECTION, part of AMERICAN INDEPENDENT: A FOCUS ON SHIRLEY CLARKE at BFI Southbank (OCT to NOV).
Films in London this month: THE CONNECTION, part of AMERICAN INDEPENDENT: A FOCUS ON SHIRLEY CLARKE at BFI Southbank (OCT to NOV).

70mm PRESENTATIONS at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

“Bringing regular 70mm presentations back to the West End with”:

ALL NIGHT / DAY / MINI MOVIE MARATHONS at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

“Butt-numbing marathons” (their words…ED.) of cult, horror, themed & film franchises including:

AMERICAN INDEPENDENT: A FOCUS ON SHIRLEY CLARKE at BFI Southbank (OCT to NOV):

“Our monthly Experimenta programme gives you a chance to explore this boundary-pushing, influential filmmaker.” Includes:

ANGELA BASSETT: QUEEN OF THE SCREEN at BFI Southbank (SEP):

“Across one month we screen the best films of an actor who has an undeniable, almost regal, screen presence, and who’s captivated generations of audiences.” Includes:

BIG SCREEN CLASSICS: REAL TO REEL at BFI Southbank (OCT to NOV):

“Exploring how directors have sought an aura of verisimilitude.” Includes:

BIG SCREEN CLASSICS: TURMOIL! at BFI Southbank (SEP):

“Films that focus on emotional and psychological turmoil.” Includes:

  • THE TRIAL d. Orson Welles, 1962 (01 OCT 18:10).

BLACK HISTORY (EVERY) MONTH at Genesis Cinema (OCT):

  • Includes: THE WATERMELON WOMAN d. Cheryl Dunee, 1996 (10 OCT 18:45); DOLEMITE IS MY NAME d. Craig Brewer, 2019 (11 OCT 18:15); SELMA d. Ava DuVernay, 2015 presented by Caramel Film Club (11 OCT 21:00); FARMING d. Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, 2018 + Q&A with the director (14 OCT 18:15); DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST d. Julie Dash, 1993 presented by We Are Parable (15 OCT 18:30); HERO d. Frances-Anne Solomon, 2018 + Panel presented by Black History Studies (17 OCT 20:40); and, JUST ANOTHER GIRL ON THE I.R.T. d. Leslie Harris, 1992 (24 OCT 18:45).

BLACK HISTORY MONTH at Everyman Cinemas (OCT):

“Everyman brings you a selection of films to celebrate Black History Month.” Includes:

  • FARMING d. Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, 2018 (11 OCT 18:45 – King’s Cross / 11 OCT 20:30 – Muswell Hill ); BOYZ N THE HOOD d. John Singleton, 1991 (12 OCT 22:30 – Screen On The Green / Crystal Palace); WAITING TO EXHALE d. Forest Whitaker, 1995 + Panel presented by Refinery29 (15 OCT 18:30 – King’s Cross); PURPLE RAIN d. Albert Magnoli, 1984 + Live Music presented by We Are Parable (15 OCT 19:30 – Crystal Palace); DO THE RIGHT THING d. Spike Lee, 1989 (19 OCT 22:30 – Crystal Palace / Screen On The Green); HITSVILLE: THE MAKING OF MOTOWN d. Benjamin Turner & Gabe Turner, 2019 + Record Intro (21 OCT 18:00 – Canary Wharf + Others!); GET OUT d. Jordan Peele, 2017 (26 OCT 22:30 – Screen On The Green / Crystal Palace); and, MILES DAVIS – BIRTH OF THE COOL d. Stanley Nelson, 2019 (28 OCT 20:00 – Crystal Palace + Others!).
RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide - Films in London this month:  YOUNG SOUL REBELS, part of BLOOD ON EARTH: FILMS FROM THE AFRICAN & CARIBBEAN DIASPORA at Deptford Cinema (12 OCT to 23 NOV).
Films in London this month: YOUNG SOUL REBELS, part of BLOOD ON EARTH: FILMS FROM THE AFRICAN & CARIBBEAN DIASPORA at Deptford Cinema (12 OCT to 23 NOV).

BLOOD ON EARTH: FILMS FROM THE AFRICAN & CARIBBEAN DIASPORA at Deptford Cinema (12 OCT to 23 NOV):

“A series of films embracing work which explores the human condition through stories from the African and Caribbean diaspora.” Includes:

CARLOS ACOSTA’S CINE CLUB at Wimbledon Library (15 to 17 OCT – FREE!/No booking required):

Film Merton presents: “International artist, choreographer and English National Ballet’s youngest principle dancer, Carlos Acosta has chosen three film classics which Film Merton are delighted to bring to the big screen.” Includes:

CARY GRANT: BRITAIN’S GREATEST EXPORT at BFI Southbank (AUG to SEP):

“A two-month season devoted to ‘our man in Hollywood’, an actor oozing charm, charisma and impressive range.” Includes:

  • CHARADE d. Stanley Donen, 1963 (01 OCT 18:20); and, I WAS A MALE WARBRIDE aka You Can’t Sleep Here d. Howard Hawks, 1949 (01 OCT 20:45).

CLOSE-UP ON DJIBRIL DIOP MAMBÉTY at Close-Up (05 to 20 OCT):

“We’re proud to present the films of the legendary African director, actor, orator, composer, and poet Djibril Diop Mambéty. After the late Pan-African greats Ousmane Sembène and Med Hondo, Mambéty came to innovate filmmaking for all Africa and the world with his signature mix of wild narrative style, rich traditional symbolism and virtuoso editing technique with impeccable political commitment.” Includes:

CLOSE-UP ON KIRA MURATOVA at Close-Up (16 to 26 OCT):

“A year after her passing we remember the neglected – Romania born – Ukrainian auteur Kira Muratova with a rare programme of films selected from across her expansive career, presented in collaboration with the Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre.” Includes:

CLOSE-UP ON RAINER WERNER FASSBINDER at Close-Up (01 OCT to 01 DEC):

“Marking the 30th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall – and programmed in parallel to our upcoming Jürgen Böttcher retrospective with the Goethe-Institut – we’re pleased to present a selection of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s film and television works from across his vast, yet tragically short lived ouvre.” Includes:

Films in London this month: GENDERNAUTS: A JOURNEY THROUGH SHIFTING IDENTITIES, part of CYBERFEMINISM ON FILM at Barbican (05 to 08 OCT).
Films in London this month: GENDERNAUTS: A JOURNEY THROUGH SHIFTING IDENTITIES, part of CYBERFEMINISM ON FILM at Barbican (05 to 08 OCT).

CYBERFEMINISM ON FILM: GENDER, SEXUALITY, TECHNOLOGY at Barbican (05 to 08 OCT):

“This film programme, curated by So Mayer, explores fascinating and still radical ways of thinking about gender, sexuality and technology with a feminist twist.” Includes:

DANCE UMBRELLA: SUNDAY SHORTS at Barbican (13 to 27 OCT):

“Dance Umbrella’s SUNDAY SHORTS serve up three mixed bills of choreographically inspired short film.” Includes:

DRESSED TO IMPRESS at Classic Cinema Club – Ealing (SEP to OCT):

“We look to cinema as a purveyor of escapist entertainment, glamour and luxury on screen. From historical period pieces and costume dramas, to films that set future fashion trends, the outfits veer from chic to ridiculous.” Includes:

THE FILMS OF CARLOS REYGADAS at Deptford Cinema (20 OCT to 03 NOV):

“A season of films by the Mexican filmmaker. His output explores themes of love, suffering, death, and meaning in life.” Includes:

THE FILMS OF DAVID FINCHER at The Prince Charles (15 AUG to 21 NOV):

  • Includes: FIGHT CLUB 35mm d. David Fincher, 1999 (01 OCT 12:20 / 02 OCT 12:45); and, ZODIAC 35mm d. David Fincher, 2007 (17 OCT 20:15).

HALLOWEEN AT GENESIS at Genesis Cinema (27 OCT to 31 OCT):

  • Includes: NEAR DARK d. Kathryn Bigelow, 1987 presented by Movies On Weekends (27 OCT 20:30); FAUST d. F.W. Murnau, 1926 + New Live Score by Grok (30 OCT 19:00); INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE 35mm d. Neil Jordan, 1994 presented by The Celluloid Sorceress (31 OCT 21:00).

HARRY POTTER SEASON at The Prince Charles (03 AUG to 16 NOV):

“Every HARRY POTTER film screening over the coming months, all presented from 35mm!” Includes:

HERE BE WITCHES at The Prince Charles (31 OCT to 21 NOV):

“Kicking off on Halloween and all throughout November, The Final Girls will dive deep into exploring the figure of the witch in film and TV through a season of films, discussions and a brand-new podcast.” Includes:

  • THE CRAFT d. Andrew Fleming, 1996 (31 OCT 20:45).

HIDDEN FIGURES: EUZHAN PALCY at Barbican (06 to 26 OCT):

“Showcasing the work of accomplished Martinique director, Euzhan Palcy as part of Hidden Figures; a programme showcasing great directors who deserve greater recognition in the UK.” Includes:

A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MOVIE MUSICAL at Deptford Cinema (21 OCT to 09 DEC):

“Deptford Cinema joins in the BFI’s nationwide three-month celebration of the musical film genre with our own special and spectacular season! Expect short films and programme notes at all screenings, and even some special guest speakers.” Includes:

  • TOP HAT d. Mark Sandrich, 1935 + Short (21 OCT 19:00); and, CABIN IN THE SKY d. Vincente Minnelli, 1943 + Short (28 OCT 19:00).
Films in London this month: THE BIRDS, part of HITCHCOCKTOBER at The Birds (OCT).
Films in London this month: THE BIRDS, part of HITCHCOCKTOBER at The Birds (OCT).

HITCHCOCKTOBER at The Birds E11 (03 OCT to 01 NOV – FREE!/Paid reservations & packages available!):

“Hitch’s best, for free.” Includes:

INGMAR BERGMAN at Deptford Cinema (ongoing):

“A season of films by the prolific and much celebrated Swedish director. Philip French referred to Bergman as ‘one of the greatest artists of the 20th century’.” Includes:

IN THE EYES OF THE LAW at Ciné Lumière (25 AUG to 02 OCT):

“A new series of films on justice, spreading out over several months, aims to provide a small panorama of the wide range of existing films on the theme, a central preoccupation of cinema ever since Georges Méliès’s seminal 1898 film THE DREYFUS AFFAIR.” Includes:

  • L’AVEU d. Costa-Gavras, 1970 (02 OCT 19:00).

IT’S… MONTY PYTHON AT 50 at BFI Southbank (SEP):

“Join us to celebrate half a century of absurdity, songs, jokes and genius, from Britain’s best-loved comedic sextet.” Includes:

JAMES BOND SUNDAYS at Regent Street Cinema (until 27 OCT):

“James Bond’s greatest outings, back on the big screen and followed by Q&As and autograph signings with some of the films’ female stars.” Includes:

  • GOLDFINGER d. Guy Hamilton + Q&A with Dr. Monica Germanà, author of Bond Girls (27 OCT 15:00).

KAZUHIRO SODA at Deptford Cinema (06 OCT to 10 NOV):

“A season of documentary films by the Japanese filmmaker.” Includes:

  • THE BIG HOUSE d. Kazuhiro Soda, 2018 (06 OCT 17:45); CAMPAIGN d. Kazuhiro Soda, 2007 (17 OCT 19:15); and, MENTAL d. Kazuhiro Soda, 2008 (23 OCT 19:15).

LIVE CULTURES at Close-Up (15 to 25 OCT):

“Making a case against human superiority in the natural world, this programme of experimental film and documentaries turns a nonhuman eye to the things which ooze, sprout, and crawl. Curated by NFTS student Ben Driscoll.” Includes:

Films in London this month: LET'S BE FRIENDS, part of the Halloween Special at LUNCHTIME FILM SOCIETY at The Bridewell Theatre (22 OCT to 01 NOV).
Films in London this month: LET’S BE FRIENDS, part of the Halloween Special at LUNCHTIME FILM SOCIETY at The Bridewell Theatre (22 OCT to 01 NOV).

LUNCHTIME FILM SOCIETY at The Bridewell Theatre (22 OCT to 01 NOV):

“RADIANT CIRCUS & Partners present a brand new popup cinema screening daily programmes of bitesize films for busy workers, visitors & residents in the City Of London. Bring your own lunch, relax & refocus as you feast on a world of inspiring short film drama, documentary & animation.” Includes:

MARIANO LLINÁS PRESENTS LA FLOR at ICA (13 SEP to 03 OCT):

“Over 800 minutes long and a decade in the making, Argentinian filmmaker Mariano Llinás’ LA FLOR defies cinematic convention. Comprised of six independent, successive stories, the film’s complex narrative is connected by four actresses who play radically different roles throughout the film’s epic length.” Includes:

  • LA FLOR: PART III d. Mariano Llinás, 2018 (01 OCT 12:30 / 02 OCT 12:30 / 03 OCT 12:30).

MAURICE PIALET AND THE NEW FRENCH REALISM at BFI Southbank (OCT to NOV):

“A two-part exploration of an uncompromising director and the impact he’s made on recent French cinema and its actors.” Includes:

MIDNIGHT EXCESS at Rio Cinema (12 OCT to 14 DEC):

“MIDNIGHT EXCESS is a film programme from SUPAKINO that brings back the thrill of weird and wonderful late-night movies to London’s historic Rio Cinema.” Includes:

  • THE DAMNED d. Joseph Losey, 1961 + Discussion with Ranjit S. Ruprai & Millicent Thomas (12 OCT 23:30); and, THE BROOD d. David Cronenberg, 1979 + Discussion with Ranjit S. Ruprai & Millicent Thomas (19 OCT 23:30).

MUSICALS! THE GREATEST SHOW ON SCREEN at BFI Southbank (OCT to DEC):

“Dust off your dancing shoes, practice your scales and join us for some heart-lifting movies, special events and joyful singalongs.” Includes:

Films in London this month: THE HUSTLER, part of NEWMAN’S OWN: THE EARLY FILMS OF PAUL NEWMAN at Regent Street Cinema (01 SEP to 27 OCT):
Films in London this month: THE HUSTLER, part of NEWMAN’S OWN: THE EARLY FILMS OF PAUL NEWMAN at Regent Street Cinema (01 SEP to 27 OCT):

NEWMAN’S OWN: THE EARLY FILMS OF PAUL NEWMAN at Regent Street Cinema (01 SEP to 27 OCT):

“Paul Newman – the man with the most famous blue eyes in history – rose to fame when he starred in CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF, then cemented his status in Hollywood with a string of hits.” Includes:

NIGHTCLEANERS & ’36 TO ’77 at DocHouse (31 OCT to 06 NOV):

“Two classics of ’70s British political protest cinema made by the Berwick Film Collective.” Includes:

  • NIGHTCLEANERS d. Berwick Street Film Collective & Marc Karlin & Mary Kelly & James Scott & Humphry Trevelyan, 1975 + Intro by Professor Sally Alexander (31 OCT 18:30).

NIGHTLIFE: OURSELVES, OUR SPACES ON FILM at Barbican (15 to 29 OCT):

“What happens in bars and clubs across the world after dark? This season takes you on a nocturnal journey full of passion, transgression and joy, through New York’s Studio 54, unified Berlin, neon-lit Taipei, and rough and ready Mexico City, as well as exploring the vanishing queer spaces of London.” Includes:

ONCE UPON A TIME WITH TARANTINO at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

ROM COMS at Everyman Maida Vale (20 OCT to 10 NOV).

“Warm up with some of our favourite rom coms this Autumn at Everyman Maida Vale.” Includes:

SAMURAI SUNDAYS at Deptford Cinema (27 OCT to 24 NOV):

“The SAMURAI SUNDAYS season has been programmed by Peter Blunden, and is kindly supported by the London East Asia Film Festival.” Includes:

  • HARAKIRI d. Masaki Kobayashi, 1962 (27 OCT 19:30).

SCI-FI SUNDAYS at Deptford Cinema (ongoing):

“An afternoon movie and a little something extra on the last Sunday of the month.” Includes:

  • VIDEODROME d. David Cronenberg, 1983 (27 OCT 15:30).

SYSTEM OF CARE at Deptford Cinema (14 OCT to 24 NOV):

Wavelength presents: “A new season of non-fiction films exploring care for the elderly, the mentally ill and neuro-diverse adults.” Includes:

  • ISLAND d. Steven Eastwood, 2017 + Q&A with the director (14 OCT 19:15); and, AMÉRICA d. Erick Stoll & Chase Whiteside, 2018 + Short: CHIYO d. Chiemi Shimada, 2019 + Intro by Chiemi Shimada (24 OCT 19:15).

THRILLERS & KILLERS & MONSTERS, OH MY! at The Prince Charles (27 SEP to 01 NOV):

“We bring you a strand of dark, twisted, scary, fun and bloody cinema!” Includes:

TNB BHM2019 various venues (07 to 31 OCT):

The New Black Film Collective celebrates Black History Month. Includes:

  • HITSVILLE: THE MAKING OF MOTOWN d. Gabe Turner & Benjamin Turner, 2019 + Panel + Performance (03 OCT 20:30 – Stratford East Picturehouse); TEDDY PENDERGRASS: IF YOU DON’T KNOW ME d. Olivia Lichtenstein, 2018 + Q&A (04 OCT 18:00 – St Paul’s Way Community Centre); RUDEBOY: THE STORY OF TROJAN RECORDS d. Nicolas Jack Davies, 2018 + Panel + Performance presented by Doc’n Roll Festival (07 OCT 20:30 – Stratford East Picturehouse); AMAZING GRACE d. Alan Elliott & Sydney Pollack, 2018 + Panel + Performance (17 OCT 20:30 – Stratford East Picturehouse); RAFIKI d. Wanuri Kahiu, 2018 + Q&A (18 OCT 18:00 – St Paul’s Way Community Centre); MILES DAVIS: BIRTH OF THE COOL d. Stanley Nelson, 2019 + Panel + Performance (24 OCT 20:30 – Stratford East Picturehouse); MA d. Tate Taylor, 2019 + Q&A (25 OCT 18:00 – St Paul’s Way Community Centre); and, INNA DE YARD d. Peter Webber, 2019 + Panel + Performance (31 OCT 20:30 – Stratford East Picturehouse).
Films in London this month: DISTANT, part of TOGETHER ALONE at Rio Cinema (26 to 27 OCT).
Films in London this month: DISTANT, part of TOGETHER ALONE at Rio Cinema (26 to 27 OCT).

TOGETHER ALONE at Rio Cinema (26 to 27 OCT):

“A season of four absorbing, thought-provoking independent films exploring solitude from different and often surprising perspectives. Curated by NFTS student Octavian Dancila.” Includes:

  • BULANTI aka Nausea d. Zeki Demirkubuz, 2015 + NOTHING PERSONAL d. Urszula Antoniak, 2009 + Spoken Word Performance by Miss Yankey (26 OCT 13:00); and, DISTANT aka Uzak d. Nuri Bilge Ceylan, 2002 + A COFFEE IN BERLIN aka OH, BOY! d. Jan Ole Gerster, 2013 (27 OCT 13:00).

WITCHES & VAMPIRES at House Of Vans (03 to 27 OCT – FREE!/No booking required):

“For the month of magic and darkness, House of Vans brings you some of our favourite films featuring some of our favourite dark magical creatures.” Includes:


FILM FESTIVALS (A–Z)

Film festivals in London: TRAIL DOG, part of The Top Dog Film Festival UK Tour at Conway Hall (01 to 02 OCT).
Films in London this month: TRAIL DOG, part of The Top Dog Film Festival UK Tour at Conway Hall (01 to 02 OCT).

Film festivals in London this month include:

LUNCHTIME FILM SOCIETY - Radiant Circus at the Bridewell Theatre - 22 Oct to 01 Nov 2019.

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