Film Hub London support a variety of special seasons and screenings in the capital throughout the year. Find out what's going on outside the box at the moment.
A World to Win: A Century of Revolution on Screen
17 February – 26 October 2017
Kino Klassika, in association with the Regent Street Cinema and Barbican Cinema, present a season of world films inspired by the Russian Revolutionary filmmaking of the 1920s, marking the centenary of the October Revolution before a planned national tour.
The season will feature titles including Battleship Potemkin (1925), I Am Cuba (Mikhail Kalatozov, 1964), Weekend (Jean Luc Godard, 1967), Black God White Devil (Gauber Rocha, 1964), Z (Costa Gavras, 1969), Danton (Andrzej Wajda, 1983), Land and Freedom (Ken Loach, 1995), Novecento (Bernardo Bertolucci, 1976), and conclude with a screening of Eisenstein’s October with the London Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican. It will also include the UK premiere of the once-banned Beginning of an Unknown Century (1967) on International Womens Day, to commemorate female Russian filmmaker Larisa Shepitko.
World Cinema at Vue
December 2016 – December 2017
This specially-curated series of foreign and specialised films will take place at Vue cinemas around London (Shepherds Bush, Romford, Wood Green, Harrow, Croydon Grants and Islington) on the second Sunday of each month. These are films that will dazzle and delight, whether for lifelong fans of world film or those only just beginning their journey. Sit back and discover the experiences, adventures, loves and lives of protagonists of different ethnicities and cultures from around the world globe, created by filmmakers from all sorts of social and cultural backgrounds.
- You talkin' to me? Catch ultimate anti-hero Travis Bickle in Scorsese's Taxi Driver, late tonight @TheLexiCinema :… https://t.co/s4EQJO1Lak
- Interested in how to make a film on your smartphone? @gofilmit is running a masterclass in Deptford tomorrow!… https://t.co/O0OuQOompU
- Head over to Ealing Town Hall tonight for @CCCEaling 's screening of female-directed, WW2 drama, Europa Europa:… https://t.co/WqEelQ0KwT
This year’s FICCI-FRAMES conference in Mumbai, India will celebrate 2017’s UK India Year of Culture, and we’re pleased to announce that Film London will be strongly represented there, exploring exciting new business opportunities between India and the UK.