London’s groundbreaking open-air film festival, returns with a prestigious programme of contemporary classics, popular favourites and premieres of forthcoming releases. Projected on London’s largest outdoor screen in full surround sound, there will be special on-stage introductions from the stars at selected screenings and sundown DJ sets before the films begin.

In addition, a series of Behind the Screen talks and Summer Screen Prints, a film poster exhibition in collaboration with Print Club London will take place. You can visit the exhibition before the film begins and buy the limited-edition prints for £50 each.
Tickets
Single screenings – £16.00 + booking fees
Double bills – £20.00 + booking fees
Premieres – £24.00 + booking fees

This year, you can play a part in the programme by voting for your favourite Stanley Kubrick classic. The winning film, chosen by you, will be shown on Thursday 11 August. For the first time ever, the winner will only be revealed to the audience on the night of the screening itself.


 

Directions & Map

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The nearest mainline rail stations are:
Charing Cross, Waterloo and Blackfriars.

The nearest underground stations are:
Temple, Covent Garden, Charing Cross and Embankment.

Buses servicing the Strand include numbers 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 77a, 91 and 176, while the

Pedestrian access to Somerset House is available from Victoria Embankment, Waterloo Bridge (via a new footbridge link) or from the Strand.

By river
MBNA Thames Clippers river bus services run to and from Embankment Pier every 20 minutes throughout the day. For timetables and more information visit www.thamesclippers.com

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