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Category Archives: Cinema
The makers of a documentary which goes inside the black revolutionary protest organisations which have campaigned in London against gentrification with protests such as staging a die-in at a Westfield shopping centre are coming to South Norwood this week for … Continue reading
Not since the David Lean Cinema re-opened has excitement over an Oscar-nominated film seen its first two screenings at the 60-seater arthouse venue sold out – even before the tickets went on general sale. But that’s what has happened with … Continue reading
The David Lean Cinema enjoyed a 16 per cent increase in ticket sales in 2016, its second full year since Croydon’s arthouse cinema in the Clocktower complex re-opened with a programme selected and managed by a group of volunteers. The … Continue reading
Tickets for the David Lean Cinema’s January programme go on sale tomorrow. Here, the cinema’s volunteer programmer, PHILIP HOWARD, runs through some of the many highlights Once upon a time, Academy Awards for acting were given for outstanding work throughout … Continue reading
The David Lean Cinema has won the “Local Culture” section in Croydon in the 2016 Time Out Love London awards. The awards, in their third year, are determined by the general public who vote for their favourite restaurants, shops and, … Continue reading
Do you believe in Father Christmas? Stanley’s Film Club next month addresses that question with a couple of screenings of the original version of the festival favourite, Miracle on 34th Street, as the venue continues its new programme of regular … Continue reading
Cartoons, musicals, movies about cats, and kids playing board games: Christmas can’t be far away. But as you might expect with the David Lean Cinema, Croydon’s arthouse movie programme for December is a touch more involved than that.