02 Feb 23
Be our Valentine? This February, find a silver-screen romance, a so-cool cult classic, and even something for when you'd prefer to laugh instead of swoon.
From Sun 12 Feb — Book Now
Falling in love with Marlene Dietrich proves troublesome in this rich, radical classic, part of our Weimar Cinema season.
Emil Jannings plays a schoolteacher in a military-like grammar school and Marlene Dietrich makes her breakthrough as a singer in a cabaret.
The Blue Angel (based on a novel by Heinrich Mann) explores the clash between duty and inclination, and the purpose (and dangers) of education. In German with English subtitles. The film includes Dietrich's most famous song, 'Falling in Love Again'.
Sun 12 Feb — Book Now
Play it, Sam: Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman mix love and war in one of classic Hollywood's most sparkling, indelible melodramas.
Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman light up the screen in one of the most enduring romances in movie history.
At his Moroccan nightclub, cynic Rick Blaine (Bogart) turns a blind eye to the misery of WWII until his former lover, Ilsa Lund (Bergman), walks through the door, forcing Rick to choose between a life with the woman he loves or becoming the hero she needs.
Mon 13 Feb — Book Now
At Ritzy, London.
FEELS. returns with another short film night for filmmakers and film lovers, this time with shorts exploring love in all its capacities. Come and cosy up with us at The Ritzy.
FEELS. Is back with another short film night, but this time it's a Valentines Special - for all the lovers. We have a host of short films exploring love in all its capacities - love exists beyond romance and is truly everywhere if you look hard enough. It lives between friends, family, faith - within us. And then with love comes loss, compromise and of course, what is love without a dating disaster?
Come along as we unpack it all. For filmmakers and film-lovers alike, join us for another wholesome night of meaningful connections, meaningful conversations and obviously, all the FEELS.
Doors open at 6:15 with a prompt start at 6:30pm - There are no ads or trailers so please do not be late.
This event is in partnership with Picturehouse Cinemas and Dark Matter.
Mon 13 Feb — Book Now
Friends and frenemies alike, rejoice! The iconically catty teen comedy is a perfect anti-Valentine's treat – and it may not be a Wednesday, but we'll wear pink if you will.
High school: it's a jungle out there, and new girl Cady (Lindsay Lohan) knows it.
When her newfound friends encourage her to help them bring down The Plastics – the most popular girls in school – but it isn't long before she finds herself sucked into their orbit, becoming more of a mean girl than she realised.
Tue 14 Feb — Book Now
Quentin Tarantino penned Tony Scott's Bonnie and Clyde-inspired '90s hit – and it's still as stylish and sharp as it was three decades ago.
Written by Quentin Tarantino, True Romance is a hip, hard-edged story of modern love – a fast-paced tale of romance surviving in a violent world.
Shy, lonely comic-book boffin Clarence (Slater) meets Alabama (Arquette), his dream girl, during a triple bill of old kung fu movies at a local cinema.
After a whirlwind courtship, violence erupts and the couple find themselves on the run from police and gangsters alike.
Tickets just £8, or £5 for Picturehouse Members. Not a Member? Join now.
You know when a romcom hits Cupid’s target, because it makes you fall back in love with love. Rye Lane does that with a hip, heartfelt ode to London’s infinite variety.
Facing off against giant dragons and a trio of immortal beings with a powerful new weapon, Shazam! Fury Of The Gods will be Billy’s biggest endurance test yet.
This thoroughly British comedy about care for the elderly and our beloved NHS – which marks its 75th anniversary this year – comes from the pens of national treasure Alan Bennett.
The festival’s back for its 10th edition and kicks off with Charlotte Regan’s Scrapper.
Join the Phoenix from 15 March for special film screenings and celebrations to mark their 110th birthday. Titles include Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing, a preview of Cannes prize-winner The Eight Mountains, plus quizzes, special offers, and more.