What’s on at the cinema in London


From the best new releases to special screenings and events, here’s what not to miss at London’s cinemas

London’s big on cinema; the city is home to countless film festivals and movie institutions, as well as a healthy vein of indie cinemas. Of course, that means there’s a lot to watch and it can be tough to keep up with all the must-see screenings going down – even for the most hardcore cinema buffs. So, we’ve scoured the listings of our favourite movie spots in town to bring you a curated list of the unmissable, from cult classics dug out of the archive to new releases you might not have heard of. (P.S. our list is updated weekly, so come again to catch something new).

New Releases

The Holdovers

Sweet without being saccharine, stylish without being garish, it makes sense why this film is pulling in as much awards season buzz as it is.

Until Thurs 14th March 2024
Various cinemas in London

All of Us Strangers

Part romance, part ghost story, Andrew Haigh’s new film is showing at cinemas throughout London right now.

Until Thurs 14th March 2024
Various cinemas in London

The Zone of Interest

This unforgettably chilling new release from director Jonathan Glazer has pulled in five Oscar noms – including best feature.

Until Thurs 14th March 2024
Various cinemas in London

The Iron Claw

Adele’s called it her “favourite movie of the year”, need we say more? If you fancy seeing it for free, catch a screening here.

Until Thurs 14th March 2024
Various cinemas in London

Special Screenings & Events

Getting It Back: The Story of Cymande at Bertha DocHouse (Curzon Bloomsbury)

Mon 26th Feb – Thurs 7th March 2024

Gaza at Genesis Cinema (Fundraiser & Q+A)

Sat 9th March 2024

Wed 20th March 2024

Raising Arizona at the Prince Charles Cinema

Fri 15th March & Thurs 11th April 2024

Film Festivals

BFI Flare

The BFI’s annual festival celebration of queer cinema is back at the Southbank site this March, with a line-up of stunning new releases, as well as workshops, panel discussions, Q+As and more.

Wed 13th – Sun 24th March 2024
BFI Southbank, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XT

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Curated by Human Rights Watch, this film festival features a programme of 10 award-winning movies designed to empower audiences with the knowledge that personal commitment can make a difference.

Thurs 14th – Sun 24th March 2024
Barbican Cinemas, Beech Street, London EC1Y 8AA
Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA

Cinema Made in Italy

A collaboration between the Institut Francais’ Ciné Lumièrem Cinecittà and the Italian Cultural Institute in London, Cinema Made in Italy showcases the most anticipated new releases from Italian filmmakers.

Wed 20th – Mon 24th March 2024
Ciné Lumière, 17 Queensberry Place, South Kensington, London SW7 2DW

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