Saturday Night At The Movies

All tickets are £5.

Like love and marriage, films and music go together like a horse and carriage. That's the inspiration behind Rhythm & Views Film Festival, which is bringing a selection of fantastic films with a musical slant to West Norwood Picturehouse on Saturday nights between 15th October and 5th November.

Studio 17: The Lost Reggae Tapes (12A)

Sat 15 Oct, 19.00  |  Book Now

The untold story of a treasure trove of reggae tapes salvaged from a leading studio – Randy's Studio 17 – that helped to pioneer Jamaican music in its golden heydey. Jimmy Cliff, Maxi Priest, King Jammy, Levi Roots, etc. Plus, after the film, relax and listen to some classic reggae tunes in our chill-out zone.

A Raisin In The Sun (PG)

Sat 22 Oct, 19.00  |  Book Now

A tribute to the film's star, SIDNEY POITIER. This classic, award-winning film is based on the story by the brilliant Lorraine Hansberry. A widow and her family are divided about how to spend a life-changing insurance payout

Tina (15)

Sat 29 Oct, 19.00  |  Book Now

With a wealth of rare footage, audio tapes, personal photos, and new interviews – including with the legend herself – this revealing documentary presents 'an unvarnished account of the life and career of music icon Tina Turner'. You are in for a treat. Directed by the makers of Searching for Sugarman, and Whitney.

Pirates (15)

Sat 5 Nov, 19.00  |  Book Now

Reggie Yates' first feature is funny, clever and energetic. If you love '90s music and club/DJ culture, this is not to be missed. Film to be introduced by Dexter ' Mula Cake' Simms. Plus, post-screening 'after party': music and networking.

Presented in partnership with Rhythm & Views

Who are Rhythm & Views?

There are certain films, with their inspirational storylines and breathtaking scores, that make our spirits soar. There's nothing like coming out of a screening feeling like you're walking on air – or in the air. Wait a minute, that's from The Snowman, right?

Rhythm and Views promote pop-up events and community cinema for all, showing everything from biopics and cult classics, oldies, documentaries, and shorts to new releases – in other words, all genres as long as they fit. 

If you love films and enjoy music, then rock and come in!  

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