June At Regent Street Cinema

Coming soon to The Birth Place of British Cinema

Under The Wire


A powerful account of legendary Sunday Times war correspondent Marie Colvin and photographer Paul Conroy’s mission to Homs, Syria in February 2012. Tragically, Colvin was killed when the international media centre was hit by Syrian Army artillery fire; despite being critically injured, Conroy had to a find way to make it out alive. Journalist Zaina Erhaim who will join PAUL CONROY for the Q&A after the screening.

O LUCKY MAN / 9th June

Marking the 25th anniversary since the early death in 1994 of its legendary director, the fiercely independent Lindsay Anderson, this very special screening is followed by a conversation with award-winning writer (and great admirer) JONATHAN COE, alongside the film’s editor David Gladwell. The afternoon is curated and hosted by Gareth Evans, Adjunct Moving Image Curator, Whitechapel Gallery.

THE WALL / 12th June

Filmed between 1989 and 1990, Böttcher’s impressionistic, painterly study traces the Wall in the days leading up to and during its destruction, as demolition machinery moves in and Berliners begin dismantling it by hand, chipping away at its edifice with small hammers and chisels. Focusing on iconic locations in the centre of Berlin such as the Postdamer Platz, the Reichstag and the Brandenburg Gate, Böttcher reimagines the wall as a screen, projecting historic archival images onto its crumbling side. Part of THE LONDON FESTIVAL OF ARCHITECTURE 2019.


A fantastic film based on the play by Brazilian poet, diplomat, singer Vinicius de Moraes is a modern (in 1959) reinterpretation of the myth Orpheus which simultaneously celebrates the beauty, music and people of Brazil. The music for the film created by Moraes, Antonio Tom Jobim and Luis Bonfa signifies the birth of Bossa Nova with some of the most beautiful songs ever heard.


Continuing James Bond Sundays with ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’. James Bond investigates the hijacking of British and Russian submarines carrying nuclear warheads with the help of a K.G.B Agent, whose lover he killed. The screening is followed by a Q&A with CAROLINE MUNRO.

PLUS screenings of AMAZING GRACE the documentary chronicles the never-seen-before live recording of Aretha Franklin’s album with a Q&A with producer Joe Boyd, David Goldblatt’s first feature-length documentary of his extraordinarily prolific life and career called GOLDBLATT. CinemaItaliaUK continues with IL FLAUTO MAGICO DI PIAZZA VITTORIO.


Matinee Classics continues bringing more magic to the screen every Wednesday afternoon in June with Frenzy (1972), Gigi (1958), Out of the Past (1947) and Carmen Jones (1954)


The monthly Kids Kino Club is showing Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun, Spy Cat, Wonder Park and Paw Patrol: Mighty Pups.

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