12 - 28 September
Location:The Scoop at More London
Enjoy open air free film screenings every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 12 – 28 September.
We will screen a mix of classic, cult and contemporary films. Screenings will start at 19:30. No need to book, no ticket required, just turn up and take your seat.
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
Date: 12 September
(2011, 124 mins, Cert 12A)
For a disparate group of English pensioners (Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Maggie Smith, Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton, Celia Imrie and Ronald Pickup), retirement takes an unconventional turn when they take up residence in what they believe is a newly restored hotel in Jaipur, India.
Date: 13 September
(1946, 118 mins, Cert PG)
Widely considered to be the greatest of all the film versions of Dickens' novels, David Lean's masterpiece follows the fortunes of Pip, a blacksmith's apprentice who befriends an escaped convict.
Midnight in Paris
Date: 14 September
(2011, 94 mins, Cert 12A)
Woody Allen is back on form with this romantic comedy set in Paris about a young man's great love for a city and the illusion that a different life would be much better.
Date: 19 September
(1971, 100 mins, Cert 12)
Nicolas Roeg's beautiful and mesmerizing film follows a teenage girl (Jenny Agutter) and her younger brother who are stranded in the Australian outback where they meet an aboriginal boy on "walkabout".
Date: 20 September
(2010, 105 mins, Cert 12A)
This award-winning documentary by Asif Kapadia uses previously unseen footage to tell the story of Formula One racing driver Ayrton Senna, who won the world championship three times before his untimely death at the age of 34. Senna is a masterly piece of filmmaking – you don't need to love or even like F1 to enjoy this brilliant documentary.
Date: 21 September
(1968, 153 mins, Cert U)
Charles Dickens' classic tale of Oliver Twist comes brilliantly to life in this Oscar-winning musical. Fleeing a life of workhouse servitude, Oliver (Mark Lester) arrives in London to seek his fortune. During his adventures, he meets a gallery of unforgettable Dickens low-lifes.
A Street Car Named Desire
Date: 26 September
(1951, 127 minutes, Cert 12A)
Marlon Brando's uncouth, sweaty animal magnetism opposite Vivien Leigh's delicate, frail belle commands the screen and electrifies the audience in this superb adaptation of Tennessee William's play.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Date: 27 September
(2011, 127 mins, Cert 15)
Cold War spy thriller from the bestselling novel by John le Carré. After being forced out of MI6, George Smiley (Gary Oldman) is secretly rehired to uncover a double agent working for the Soviets.
West Side Story
Date: 28 September
(1961, 151 mins, Cert PG)
Winner of ten Academy Awards, including Best Picture, this electrifying musical sets the ageless tragedy of Romeo and Juliet in the slums of 1950s New York.
In the event of rain the show may have to be cancelled. A cancellation decision will be made 30 minutes before the performance is due to start.
You are welcome to bring your own picnics but no glass please.
Seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Once capacity is reached, admission will be on a one out, one in basis. The Scoop at More London reserves the right to refuse entry.
The organiser reserves the right to make last minute changes to the programme for reason beyond its control.