Tag Archives: Save the David Lean Cinema

Lean’s times, an Ending and Their Finest hour all on show

PHILIP HOWARD, of the Save the David Lean Cinema Campaign, previews the venue’s programme for June, which includes a discussion about the Croydon-born director with a panel including the Assistant Director on Lean’s final film This is a great time … Continue reading

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Lean anniversary is marked with an added 35mm Twist

The 25th anniversary of the death of Sir David Lean – one of Britain’s greatest film directors – was commemorated on Saturday with the David Lean Cinema in the Croydon Clocktower a fitting venue. David Lean was born in South … Continue reading

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David Lean Cinema to make more noise about suffragettes

The David Lean Cinema Campaign will mark International Women’s Day next Tuesday, March 8, with a 7.30pm screening of Make More Noise! Suffragettes in Silent Film. This compilation of films from the British Film Institute’s archive shows how suffragettes were … Continue reading

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Clocktower cinema volunteers celebrate first year back

The Save the David Lean Cinema Campaign – which recently completed a year of films at the re-opened Croydon Clocktower – have made a special presentation to Jane Hunt, who has attended more screenings at the arthouse cinema in the … Continue reading

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David Lean Cinema’s March movie list defies arthouse image

It may be that, in being described as an “arthouse cinema”, the David Lean Cinema conjures up notions for those who have not yet visited, of screening nothing other than deeply meaningful documentaries, or impenetrable black and white Swedish movies … Continue reading

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