Next film: The Harder They Come
October 4
The screening will be at 8:30pm at the Curzon in Wimbledon. Click the image above for trailer and more information.
Tickets are now on sale for members and non-members.
Q&A with Lloyd Bradley, author of Bass Culture: When Reggae Was King.
Black History Month event, in association with Wimbledon Bookfest.

Country boy Ivanhoe Martin, played by musician Jimmy Cliff, arrives in Kingston to start a new chapter of his life. He’s looking for work and hoping to make it as singer. Harsh realities collide with wishful fantasies in a wild ride to an inevitable end. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the cult Jamaican crime film, credited with bringing reggae to the world.

“packed with indelible images and potent subtexts (and great songs)” Rob Nelson, City Pages (Minneapolis/St Paul)

“a celebration of Jamaican music and style” Roger Ebert, Chicago Sunday Times, 1973

Starring: Jimmy Cliff, Janet Bartley, Carl Bradshaw, Ras Daniel Hartman, Basil Keane, Bob Charlton.


All films and speakers subject to availability. Film notes provided at each screening. Ticket sales are handled through Eventbrite. This includes the opportunity to opt in or out of emails about future screenings.

Coming Up

Parallel Mothers
October 1115

Compartment No. 6
October 2515

Wild Men
November 815

Riders of Justice
November 15 Members' Choice 15

A Foreign Affair
December 6U

2022-23 to date

The Worst Person in the World
September 2015

The Harder They Come
October 415

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