September At Regent Street Cinema

Coming soon to The Birth Place of British Cinema!

NEWMAN’S OWN/1 – 4 September

The man with the most famous blue eyes in history, Paul Newman rose to fame in the 1950s and cemented his status in Hollywood.

Regent Street Cinema will be showing a string of his classic films including HOMBRE and CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF throughout September and into October.

This is your chance to see the early-career films back on the big screen where they belong in a mini-season named after Paul’s food brand started in 1982 and still going strong today.


Celebrating the art of non-fiction, Open City Documentary Festival creates an open space in London to nurture and champion the art of creative documentary and non-fiction filmmakers. The festival aims to challenge and expand the idea of documentary in all its forms, providing a platform for emerging talent as well as established masters working within the documentary form.

FACE TO FACE WITH GERMAN TALENT 2019/20 – 22 September

Curated by film critic and host of the Girls On Film podcast Anna Smith, the program will bring you “face to face” with some of the hottest talent from Germany. The line-up includes some of the latest festival and box-office favourites from Germany: from bittersweet coming-of age-stories to powerful relationship dramas and gripping thrillers.

Enjoy a weekend of exciting cinematic surprises and post screening Q&A’s with the filmmakers and stars of the film including Maria Dragus (LOST ONES) and Christian Friedel (HAPPINESS SUCKS).

SUZI Q /25 September

Regent Street Cinema hosts the Premiere of SUZI Q followed by a Q&A with Suzi Quatro.

Trailblazer. Inspiration. Survivor. Suzi Q is the definitive, unexpurgated story of the girl from Detroit City who redefined the role and image of women in rock ‘n’ roll when she broke through around the world in 1973.


Matinee Classics continues bringing more magic to the screen every Wednesday afternoon in September with A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (4 Sept), TOM JONES (11 Sept), THE LAST WAGON (18 Sept), THE L SHAPED ROOM (25 Sept).


The monthly Kids Kino Club is showing HORRIBLE HISTORIES (7 Sept), PRINCESS EMMY (14 Sept), THE ANGRY BIRDS MOVIE 2 (21 Sept), DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD (28 Sept).

For full listings, please check out:

Regent Street Cinema

307 Regent St, Marylebone,

London W1B 2HW

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