NOW BOOKING: Films in London this month [SEPTEMBER 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


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 ATTRACTION

Japanese Avant-Garde & Experimental Film Festival various venues (20 to 22 SEP):

  • “Examining national identity, cultural memory and perceptions of history through a programme of repertory cinema and contemporary experimental short film.”

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FILMS IN LONDON THIS MONTH

REPERTORY SEASONS (A–Z)

RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide Films in London this month: HAMLET 70mm at The Prince Charles (02 & 08 SEP).
Films in London this month: HAMLET 70mm at The Prince Charles (02 & 08 SEP).

25 YEARS OF FOX SEARCHLIGHT at Everyman Cinemas (30 AUG to 01 SEP):

  • “Everyman is celebrating 25 years of Fox Searchlight with a weekender of our favourite films across London.” Includes: 500 DAYS OF SUMMER d. Marc Webb, 2009 (01 SEP 17:00 – Baker Street); and, LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE d. Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris, 2006 (01 SEP 16:00 – Muswell Hill).

70mm PRESENTATIONS at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

  • Bringing regular 70mm presentations back to the West End with: HAMLET 70mm d. Kenneth Branagh, 1996 (02 SEP 18:25 / 08 SEP 12:30); and, 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY d. Stanley Kubrick, 1968 (16 SEP 20:15 / 19 SEP 20:15 / 22 SEP 12:00 / 30 SEP 20:15).

A FEW FROM DAVID LYNCH at The Prince Charles (until 28 SEP):

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

  • “Butt-numbing marathons” (their words…ED.) of cult, horror, themed & film franchises including: SCI-FI ACTION MARATHON 7 Films, 1 Ticket (28 SEP 20:45); and, DISNEY PYJAMA PARTY 3 7 Films, 1 Ticket (28 SEP 21:00).
RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide Films in London this month: STRANGE DAYS, part of ANGELA BASSETT at BFI (21 & 28 SEP).
Films in London this month: STRANGE DAYS, part of ANGELA BASSETT: QUEEN OF THE SCREEN at BFI (SEP).

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

ANIME’S HUMAN MACHINES at Barbican Centre (12 to 30 SEP):

  • “In 1963 Osamu Tezuka’s TV series ASTRO BOY brought a new kind of robot to Japan. The robot child with a loving heart began a line of compelling, conflicted cyborgs whose existence challenges humanity.” Includes: TETSUO, THE IRON MAN d. Shin’ya Tsukamoto, 1989 + Panel Discussion (12 SEP 18:30); PATLABOR THE MOVIE d. Mamoru Oshii, 1989 + Intro (15 SEP 16:00); Shōji Kawamori Screen Talk (17 SEP 18:30); GHOST IN THE SHELL d. Mamoru Oshii, 1995 + Intro by Shōji Kawamori (18 SEP 20:45 – Currently looking SOLD OUT!); ROUJIN Z d. Hiroyuki Kitakubo, 1991 + Intro (24 SEP 18:45); SUMMER WARS d. Mamoru Hosoda, 2009 + Intro (28 SEP 18:00); METROPOLIS 35mm d. Rintaro, 2002 + Intro (29 SEP 16:00); and, PAPRIKA d. Satoshi Kon, 2006 + Intro (30 SEP 20:45).

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

BUILT UPON BODIES at Deptford Cinema (05 JUL to 13 OCT):

  • “A season of films that explore the relationship between the human body and the built environment.” Includes: REAR WINDOW d. Alfred Hitchcock, 1954 (05 SEP 20:00).
RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide Films in London this month: ARSENIC & OLD LACE 35mm, part of CARY GRANT: BRITAIN’S GREATEST EXPORT at BFI Southbank (AUG to SEP):
Films in London this month: ARSENIC & OLD LACE 35mm, part of CARY GRANT: BRITAIN’S GREATEST EXPORT at BFI Southbank (AUG to SEP):

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

CLOSE-UP ON DEREK JARMAN at Close-Up (18 to 30 SEP):

“Marking twenty-five years since his passing, and beginning on the cusp of the Autumn equinox, this programme looks away from Derek Jarman’s more well known narrative works to focus on a selection of lesser-screened poetic experiments, shown here in new digital restorations.”

CYBERPUNKS at House Of Vans (SEP):

  • “Cypberpunk. The ambivalent dystopian future. Extensions of the Orwellian nightmare. This month, we’re bringing you some of the quintessential bastions of this genre. Come take the red pill with us and find out if Androids dream.” Includes: TRON (06 SEP 17:00 & 19:15); TRON LEGACY (07 SEP 15:00 & 17:30); AKIRA (08 SEP 14:00 & 16:00); ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL (14 SEP 15:00 & 17:30); GHOST IN THE SHELL 2 (15 SEP 14:00 & 16:00); PAPRIKA (20 SEP 17:00 & 19:15); BLADE RUNNER (21 SEP 15:00 & 17:30); BLADE RUNNER 2049 (22 SEP 14:00 & 16:00); DEAD LEAVES (27 SEP 17:00 & 19:15); THE MATRIX (28 SEP 15:00 & 17:30); and, DREDD (29 SEP 14:00 & 16:00).

DANCE ON SCREEN at Ciné Lumière (SEP to NOV):

“The Institut Français is presenting a film season complementing FranceDance UK, its UK-wide festival of contemporary dance.” Includes:

GERMAINE DULAC: THE SEASHELL AND THE CLERGYMAN 35mm + SHORTS d. Germaine Dulac (08 SEP); THE LEGACY OF PINA BAUSCH d. Anne Linsel, 2019 (19 SEP); ONE DAY PINA ASKED d. Chantal Akerman, 1983 (24 SEP 19:00 / 28 SEP 16:00 / 30 SEP 19:30); and, LA DANSE: THE PARIS OPERA BALLET d. Frederick Wiseman, 2009 (25 SEP 18:00 / 29 SEP 17:00).

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 ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD d. Michael Curtiz & William Keighley, 1938 (06 SEP 19:30); THE WOMEN d. George Cukor, 1939 (13 SEP 19:30); THE EARRINGS OF MADAM DE… d. Max Ophüls, 1953 (20 SEP 19:30); and, THE DRAUGHTSMAN’S CONTRACT d. Peter Greenaway, 1982 (27 SEP 19:30).
RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide Films in London this month:  ALL ABOUT ME, part of FACE TO FACE WITH GERMAN TALENT 2019 at Regent Street Cinema (20 to 22 SEP).
Films in London this month: ALL ABOUT ME, part of FACE TO FACE WITH GERMAN TALENT 2019 at Regent Street Cinema (20 to 22 SEP).

FACE TO FACE WITH GERMAN TALENT 2019 at Regent Street Cinema (20 to 22 SEP):

  • “The program of films was curated by film critic and host of the Girls On Film podcast Anna Smith and will bring you “face to face” with some of the hottest talent from Germany, both in front of and behind the camera.” Includes: LOST ONES d. Felix Hassenfratz, 2018 + Q&A with actor Maria Dragus (20 SEP 19:35); THE MASTER EP 1 & 2 d. Ali Edel, 2019 (21 SEP 17:30); CUT OFF d. Christian Alvart, 2018 (21 SEP 20:30); HAPPINESS SUCKS d. Anca Miruna Lazarescu, 2018 + Q&A with the director & actor Christian Friedel (22 SEP 15:30); ONE BREATH d. Christian Zübert, 2015 (22 SEP 18:00); and, ALL ABOUT ME d. Caroline Link, 2018 (22 SEP 20:30).

THE FILMS OF ANDREI TARKOVSKY at The Prince Charles (until 03 NOV):

  • Includes: MIRROR d. Andrei Tarkovsky, 1975 (29 SEP 14:45).

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

  • Includes: SEVEN d. David Fincher, 1995 (07 SEP 17:50); and, FIGHT CLUB d. David Fincher, 1999 enjoys a grind show run (20 to 26 SEP).

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

IN FOCUS: SERGEI LOZNITSA at ICA (10 to 12 SEP):

  • “Avant-garde documentarian Sergei Loznitsa’s films offer stark insights into the urgent political issues facing contemporary Ukraine. To coincide with the UK premiere of Loznitsa’s THE TRIAL, In Focus presents screenings of the Ukrainian director’s recent non-fiction works.” Includes: THE TRIAL d. Sergei Loznitsa, 2018 UK Premiere + Q&A with the director (10 SEP 18:30); THE EVENT d. Sergei Loznitsa, 2015 + Intro by the director (11 SEP 18:45); AUSTERLITZ d. Sergei Loznitsa, 2016 (11 SEP 20:30); and, VICTORY DAY d. Sergei Loznitsa, 2018 (12 SEP 18:45).

INGMAR BERGMAN SEASON at Deptford Cinema (ongoing):

  • Includes: THE MAGICIAN d. Ingmar Bergman, 1958 (03 SEP 19:30).
RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide Films in London this month: 12 ANGRY MEN, part of IN THE EYES OF THE LAW at Ciné Lumière (25 AUG to 02 OCT).
Films in London this month: 12 ANGRY MEN, part of IN THE EYES OF THE LAW at Ciné Lumière (25 AUG to 02 OCT).

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: Z d. Costa-Gavras, 1969 (01 SEP 14:00 / 04 SEP 19:00); 12 ANGRY MEN d. Sidney Lumet, 1957 (08 SEP 14:00 / 10 SEP 19:30 + Richard Horwell QC and Antoine Vey, lawyer at the Paris Bar); SO HELP ME GOD d. Yves Hinant & Jean Libon, 2017 + Panel Discussion (11 SEP 18:30); SISTERS IN LAW d. Florence Ayisi & Kim Longionotto, 2005 (12 SEP 19:00); L’UNE CHANTE, L’AUTRE PAS d. Agnès Varda, 1977 (15 SEP 14:00 + Intro by Dr Ros Murray / 18 SEP 19:00); IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER d. Jim Sheridan, 1993 (22 SEP 14:00 / 24 SEP 18:30); and, L’AVEU d. Costa-Gavras, 1970 (29 SEP 14:00 / 02 OCT 19:00).

THE INVISIBLES: THE WORK OF EUGENIO POLGOVSKY at ICA (25 AUG to 01 SEP):

  • “The first UK retrospective dedicated to the work of Mexican documentary filmmaker Eugenio Polgovsky.” Includes: RESURRECTION d. Eugenio Polgovsky, 2016 (01 SEP 18:00).

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

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

KUBRICK: Back By Popular Demand at BFI IMAX & Southbank (ongoing):

  • “A few extra screenings to thrill and delight you…” Includes: A CLOCKWORK ORANGE d. Stanley Kubrick, 1971 (02 SEP 18:10 / 08 SEP 20:00 / 10 SEP 18:10).

THE LUNA CINEMA various outdoor venues (SEP):

MARIANO LLINÁS PRESENTS LA FLOR at ICA (13 to 02 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 I d. Mariano Llinás, 2018 + Intro by the director (13 SEP 18:30); LA FLOR: PART II d. Mariano Llinás, 2018 (14 SEP 17:00 / 21 SEP 17:00 / 22 SEP 12:30 / 25 SEP 12:30 / 26 SEP 12:30); Masterclass with Mariano Llinás (15 SEP 14:30); LA FLOR: PART III d. Mariano Llinás, 2018 (15 SEP 17:00 / 29 OCT 12:35 / 02 OCT 12:30); and, LA FLOR: PART I d. Mariano Llinás, 2018 (18 SEP 19:15 / 21 SEP 12:30 / 24 SEP 14:30 / 25 SEP 13:40).
  • Multi-buy ticket offers available for opening weekend screenings (13 – 15 SEP). Attend all 3 screenings for £15 Full, £12 Concs/Members. Attend all 3 screenings and the Masterclass for £20 Full, £16 Concs/Members.

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: CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF d. Richard Brooks, 1958 (01 SEP 19:30); and, HOMBRE d. Martin Ritt, 1967 (04 SEP 19:30).

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

  • “In the lead up to the release of Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD, we will be getting in the mood with all things Tarantino!” Includes: ENTER THE DRAGON [Uncut] 35mm d. Robert Clouse, 1973 (04 SEP 20:45); and, DEEP COVER 35mm d. Bill Duke, 1992 (11 SEP 18:30).
RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide Films in London this month: COURT, part of ON THE EDGE OF THE FOLD at Rich Mix & Birkbeck Cinema (19 to 28 SEP 2019).
Films in London this month: COURT, part of ON THE EDGE OF THE FOLD at Rich Mix & Birkbeck Cinema (19 to 28 SEP 2019).

ON THE EDGE OF THE FOLD at Rich Mix & Birkbeck Cinema (19 to 28 SEP 2019):

  • “A season of films about the experiences and narratives of India’s Dalit communities curated by Viknesh Kobinathan”. Includes: COURT d. Chaitanya Tamhane, 2014 at Rich Mix (19 SEP 20:30); ANHEY GHORHEY DA DAAN aka Alms For A Blind Horse d. Gurvinder Singh, 2011 at Birkbeck Cinema (27 SEP 18:30 – FREE!); AMAZONS IN SARIS d. Rani Khanna, 2001 + Q&A with the filmmaker at Birkebck Cinema (28 SEP 11:30 – FREE!); and, JAI BHIM COMRADE d. Anand Patwardhan, 2012 at Birkbeck Cinema (28 SEP 14:00 – FREE!).
  • Read our RADIANT CIRCUS interview with Viknesh HERE.

PHILLIP MARLOWE ON SCREEN at The Prince Charles (until 03 SEP):

  • “We’re bringing a handful of films featuring Raymond Chandler’s detective creation; Phillip Marlowe!” Includes: THE BIG SLEEP 35mm d. Michael Winner, 1978 (03 SEP 18:25 – PCC £1 Members Screening).

RINGROADS: PLAYFULNESS IN BRITISH PSYCHEOGRAPHY at Close-Up (16 to 25 SEP):

  • “”Ever wanted to get lost? Ever wanted to submit to the blissful boredom of an endless motorway? You have arrived at your destination. Psychogeography, the act of drifting through and mentally reorganising of a space, may feel like a daunting or dusty old term, but join us for a journey through the word’s history, as we look back to the it’s playful roots with the Situationist International.” Includes: LONDON ORBITAL d. Chris Petit & Iain Sinclair, 2002 (16 SEP 20:15); Yeet Me Down the Information Superhighway Short Film Programme d. various (17 SEP 20:15); Ghosts of Landscapes Present 16mm Short Film Programme (24 SEP 20:15); and, REQUIEM FOR A VILLAGE d. David Gladwell, 1976 (25 SEP 20:15).

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RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide Films in London this month: WHY WE FIGHT, part of SAY WHAT HAPPENED: NICK FRASER SELECTS at DocHouse (until 10 SEP).
Films in London this month: WHY WE FIGHT, part of SAY WHAT HAPPENED: NICK FRASER SELECTS at DocHouse (until 10 SEP).

SAY WHAT HAPPENED: NICK FRASER SELECTS at DocHouse (until 10 SEP):

  • “BBC Storyville creator curates a series of films to coincide with the release of his new book.” Includes: WHY WE FIGHT d. Eugene Jarecki, 2005 (03 SEP 18:30); and, ENRON: THE SMARTEST GUYS IN THE ROOM d. Alex Gibney, 2004 + Skype Q&A with the director (10 SEP 18:30).

SCI-FI SELECTS at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

  • Includes: THE MATRIX d. Lana Wachowski & Lilly Wachowski, 1999 enjoys a grind show run (until 05 SEP); 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY d. Stanley Kubrick, 1968 (16 SEP 20:15 / 19 SEP 20:15 / 22 SEP 12:00 / 30 SEP 20:15); SPACE JAM 35mm d. Joe Pytka, 1996 (21 SEP 12:45); JURASSIC PARK d. Steven Spielberg, 1993 + Q&A with David Koepp (25 SEP 19:00 + a FREE! copy of Cold Storage); and, SCI-FI ACTION MARATHON 7 Films, 1 Ticket (28 SEP 20:45).

SUMMER FILM NIGHTS at The Italian Cultural Institute (SEP – FREE!):

  • “Dedicated to contemporary Italian cinema and young talented directors.” Includes: THE START UP aka Accendi il tuo futuro d. Alessandro d’Alatri, 2017 (04 SEP 18:30 – FREE!); IL COLORE DELLA FATICA d. Andrea Gropplero di Troppenburg, 2018 (11 SEP 18:30 – FREE!); and, THE 27 CLUB aka Il Club dei 27 d. Mateo Zoni, 2018 (25 SEP 18:30 – FREE!).

SUMMER OUTDOOR CINEMA at Watermans (16 AUG to 13 SEP):

  • “Settle down on our riverside terrace with a cool drink and enjoy some smash hit films from the last few years. Sing-a-long or just enjoy the movie.” Includes: THE GREATEST SHOWMAN Sing-A-Long d. Michael Gracey, 2017 (06 SEP 20:00); BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY d. Bryan Singer, 2018 (13 SEP 20:00).

TARANTINO ON SCREEN-O at Genesis Cinema (05 to 13 AUG):

  • “Marks the release of Tarantino’s ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD (2019) with some of his better contributions to the world of cinema.” Includes: KILL BILL DOUBLE BILL d. Quentin Tarantino, 2003 + 2004 (07 SEP 18:45 – Volume 1 & Volume 2); and, DJANGO UNCHAINED d. Quentin Tarantino, 2012 (11 SEP 20:50).

TAKE ME TO THE BALL GAME at The Prince Charles (until 18 SEP):

  • Includes: MAJOR LEAGUE d. David S. Ward, 1989 (18 SEP 18:15).
RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide Films in London this month: THE TREE OF LIFE, part of TERENCE MALICK at Deptford Cinema (01 SEP to 22 SEP).
Films in London this month: THE TREE OF LIFE, part of TERENCE MALICK at Deptford Cinema (01 SEP to 22 SEP).

TERENCE MALICK at Deptford Cinema (01 SEP to 22 SEP):

  • “A season of films by the American director. From his New Hollywood early films to his post-millennium output.” Includes: BADLANDS d. Terrence Malick, 1973 (01 SEP 14:00); THE TREE OF LIFE: Extended Edition d. Terrence Malick, 2011/2019 (13 SEP 19:00); TO THE WONDER d. Terrence Malick, 2012 (15 SEP 14:00); KNIGHT OF CUPS d. Terrence Malick, 2015 (22 SEP 17:00); and, SONG TO SONG d. Terrence Malick, 2017 (29 SEP 13:00).

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

TRILOGIES & TRIPTYCHS at Close-Up Centre (AUG to SEP):

  • “A month long programme of trilogies and triptychs, featuring films by: Kenji Mizoguchi, Federico Fellini, Satyajit Ray, Michelangelo Antonioni, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Krzysztof Kieślowski, David Lynch, and Miguel Gomes.” Includes:
  • Kenji Mizoguchi’s Great Triptych – SANSHO THE BAILIFF d. Kenji Mizoguchi, 1954 (01 SEP 20:30); UGETSU d. Kenji Mizoguchi, 1953 (08 SEP 18:00); and, THE LIFE OF OHARU d. Kenji Mizoguchi, 1952 (14 SEP 18:00).
  • Michelangelo Antonioni’s Alienation Trilogy – L’AVVENTURA d. Michelangelo Antonioni, 1960 (02 SEP 20:15); and, LA NOTTE d. Michelangelo Antonioni, 1961 (03 SEP 20:15).
  • Federico Fellini’s Trilogy of Loneliness – LA STRADA d. Federico Fellini, 1954 (04 SEP 20:15); and, NIGHTS OF CABIRIA d. Federico Fellini, 1956 (07 SEP 18:00).
  • Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colours Trilogy – THREE COLOURS: BLUE d. Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1993 (06 SEP 20:15); THREE COLOURS: WHITE d. Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1994 (07 SEP 20:30); THREE COLOURS: RED d. Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1993 (08 SEP 20:30).
  • Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s BRD Trilogy – THE MARRIAGE OF MARIA BRAUN d. Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1978 (09 SEP 20:15); VERONIKA VOSS Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1982 (14 SEP 20:30); and, LOLA d. Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1981 (15 SEP 20:30).

WE’RE GONNA PARTY LIKE IT’S 1999! at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

  • “1999 was an EPIC year for movies – so we’re bringing a whole heap of it back to the big-screen!” Includes: THE MATRIX d. Lana Wachowski & Lilly Wachowski, 1999 enjoys a grind show run (until 05 SEP); AMERICAN PIE 35mm d. Paul Weitz & Chris Weitz, 1999 (06 SEP 20:45 – FREE beer + Apple Pie with every ticket!); BUT I’M A CHEERLEADER d. Jamie Babbit, 1999 (14 SEP 21:00); and, NEVER BEEN KISSED (27 SEP 20:45).


FILM FESTIVALS (A–Z)

RADIANT CIRCUS #ScreenGuide Films in London this month:  THE RIVER AND THE WALL  at Peckhamplex (05 SEP), part of Peckham & Nunhead Free Film Festival (05 to 15 SEP).
Films in London this month: THE RIVER AND THE WALL at Peckhamplex (05 SEP), part of Peckham & Nunhead Free Film Festival (05 to 15 SEP).

Film festivals in London this month include:


UPDATES: [03 SEP]: Deptford Cinema Film Festival: LGBTI+ Shorts, Feminista Film Festival, Final Girls Berlin Film Festival, Rebelfest 2019 & The Luna Cinema outdoor cinema season added. [05 SEP]: The Smalls, Anime & Aperture Film Festivals added, full BFI Python season listings added. [06 SEP]: DRESSED TO IMPRESS season at Classic Cinema Club – Ealing added. [12 SEP]: Derek Jarman, Ringroads & Mariano Llinás seasons added.

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