School Screenings & Special events

If you would like to organise a private screening for your school during the school hours or attend one of our screenings as part of our general programme please contact:


As part of our general programme we have screenings every Friday mornings at 11:05am which is perfect to take your class to see new releases at a reduced price. See the upcoming titles here below and contact: or 020 3924 3511 for any questions or bookings.


The Squad + Intro as part of the French Film Festival UK
Tue 17 May
11h | £5/pupil | free for teachers | 12+

Les joueuses #Paslàpourdanser

88 mins
in French with English subtitles
France | 2020 | doc | dir. Stéphanie Gillard, with Lorena Azzaro, Selma Bacha, Lucy Bronze

The Olympique Lyonnais women’s football team has over the years become one of the best football teams in the world. From training sessions to competitive matches, from doubts to victories, this documentary takes an up-close look at these exceptional players and their daily lives. An invitation to see women’s sports and the place they hold in professional sports under a new light: a universe where the values of respect and open-mindedness are indispensable mainstays in working towards equality.

The screening will be introduced by Steve Eadon – Founder & CEO Mingalaba

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Oceans as part of Seascape: Our Oceans on the Big Screen
Fri 10 Jun
13h00 | £5/pupil | free for teachers | 10+

in French with English subtitles 

Threading your way at 10 knots through a shoal of tuna on the hunt, accompanying dolphins in their joyous rush, swimming with a great white shark… It’s like being a fish among the fishes. After Le peuple migrateur, Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud lead us to the heart of the oceans on the path of discovery of unknown or neglected marine creatures questioning the imprint mankind imposes on wildlife and responds with images and emotion to the question: “The ocean? What is the ocean?


The Lost Illusions
Wed 29 Jun
13h00 | £5/pupil | free for teachers | 15+

in French with English subtitles 

Multiple Cesars winner, the Honore de Balzac adaption exclusively shown at Cine Lumiere in June is an opportunity not to be missed. Follow the rise and fall of Lucien Chardon who will discover a world where everything is bought and sold, literature as well as the press, politics as well as feelings, reputations as well as souls. He will love, he will suffer, and survive his illusions.