This is a film still from ROCKERS, screening at The Lexi Cinema today (19 SEP 2021).

SUNDAY: What’s on in London today [19/09/21]

SUNDAY 19 SEPTEMBER 2021 (A–Z) // What’s on in London today including one-off events, limited runs, film clubs, repertory seasons, film festivals, outdoor events, & our selection of new releases.

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ROCKERS d. Ted Bafaloukos, 1978 + Q&A presented by Black History Studies at The Lexi Cinema (19 SEP 16:00) / Part of NO BASS LIKE HOME.

  • “Blurring the line between documentary and fiction (and inspired by De Sica’s neo-realist classic BICYCLE THIEVES), ROCKERS was filmed on the streets of Kingston, Jamaica and follows real-life reggae star Leroy ‘Horsemouth’ Wallace’ as he purchases a motorbike to tour the island’s sound systems only to have it stolen by gangsters.”
  • NO BASS LIKE HOME is part of Brent 2020, London Borough of Culture programme exploring the stories, art and emotions that hold life in Brent together.
  • THE BIG SLEEP 35mm d. Howard Hawks, 1946 at BFI (19 SEP 11:00).
  • BOOGIE NIGHTS 35mm d. Paul Thomas Anderson, 1997 at The Prince Charles (19 SEP 16:40).
  • BREATHLESS aka A bout de souffle d. Jean-Luc Godard, 1959 at Ciné Lumière (19 SEP 17:00).
  • DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE d. Rouben Mamoulian, 1931 presented by Movies At Weekends at Genesis Cinema (19 SEP 15:00).
  • GLADIATOR d. Ridley Scott, 2000 at Olympic Studios (19 SEP 13:00).
  • HAPPY TOGETHER 4K aka Chun gwong cha sit d. Wong Kar Wai, 1997 at Picturehouse Central (19 SEP 14:00).
  • INCENDIES d. Denis Villeneuve, 2010 at BFI (19 SEP 14:45).
  • LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE d. Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris, 2006 at Everyman Cinemas (19 SEP various).
  • MRS DOUBTFIRE d. Chris Columbus, 1993 + live drag Q&A with Bunny Galore & Ophelia Love presented by Everydiva at Everyman Broadgate (19 SEP 11:00).
  • LABYRINTH d. Jim Henson, 1986 at The Prince Charles (19 SEP 14:10).
  • MERRY CHRISTMAS, MR. LAWRENCE d. Nagisa Oshima, 1983 + Intro by Christopher Brown, University of Sussex at Catford Mews (19 SEP 17:00) / Part of Queer East.
  • MULHOLLAND DR. 35mm d. David Lynch, 2001 at The Prince Charles (19 SEP 15:00).
  • PARASITE d. Bong Joon-ho, 2019 at Kino Bermondsey (19 SEP 20:30).
  • PERSONA d. Ingmar Bergman, 1966 at Close-Up (19 SEP 20:15).
  • POLYTECHNIQUE d. Denis Villeneuve, 2009 at BFI (19 SEP 12:15).
  • ROCKERS d. Ted Bafaloukos, 1978 + Q&A at The Lexi Cinema (19 SEP 16:00).
  • SOLARIS d. Andrei Tarkovsky, 1972 at The Prince Charles (19 SEP 20:00).
  • STIR CRAZY 35mm d. Sidney Poitier, 1980 at BFI (19 SEP 18:10). 
  • TALES FROM EARTHSEA d. Gorô Miyazaki, 2006 at The Prince Charles (19 SEP 11:30 – SUB).
  • THÉRÈSE RAQUIN d. Marcel Carné, 1953 at Ciné Lumière (19 SEP 14:00).
  • THE THIRD MAN 16mm d. Carol Reed, 1949 presented by Ciné-Real 16mm Film Club at The Castle Cinema (19 SEP 14:15 – full capacity / 26 SEP 14:15 – socially distanced).
  • TO BE SOMEONE d. Ray Burdis, 2020 at Whirled Cinema (19 SEP 17:00).

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 4K d. Stanley Kubrick, 1971.

THE MALTESE FALCON d. John Huston, 1941.

THE STORY OF LOOKING d. Mark Cousins, 2021

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