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The first Beatle movie and (some would say) the best. Zappy, zany, snappy and with the cuddly mop tops looning about in a lovable manner. find out more...

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'All My Loving' was created when John Lennon and Paul McCartney challenged Palmer, then a classical music documentarian, to make a film that encompassed the 1968 music world in one hour of screen time. This was the time of student demonstrations against the war in Vietnam and the music describes this struggle while also providing an escape from the troubles of the day. Great footage and interviews with the likes of The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Pink Floyd - who had just lost Syd Barrett - find out more...

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(Showing at the Cube Cinema, Thursday June 26th 2014): The definitive nostalgia movie. A multitude of budding stars made their debuts in this fond look at the innocence of teenage life in '62. Difficult decisions, sex, booze, amazing cars and a brilliant soundtrack make this a film which is touching, perceptive, very funny and hugely entertaining.

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Certification15 Our Rating

Restless teen Jennifer (Gillian Hills, Blow-up) escapes her square papa (David Farrar, Black Narcissus) at Soho's Off Beat coffee bar, rocking it with beatnik Dave (a super-cool Adam Faith), sensual singer Dodo (Shirley Anne Field) and icy-eyed Plaid Shirt (Oliver Reed). But a secret from Jennifer's French stepmother's past leads to the Les Girls strip joint, run by Kenny find out more...


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On a military base in America's deep south, sexy creature Carmen is desired by many men but the one man she wants (Belafonte) she must lure away from his sweetheart (James)... find out more...

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Set in the heady days of Vaudeville London, this film (from the director of Went The Day Well? and the underrated horror Dead of Night) follows the career of George Leybourne (alias Champagne Charlie). The atmosphere of gaslit streets and off-stage politics has a brooding realism, while vaudeville veteran Stanley Holloway provides excellent support as The Great Vance. Very theatrical and more luvvies than you can shake a chimney sweeps brush at. find out more...

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Based on Eric Fenby's 1936 memoir 'Delius As I Knew Him', we follow the last five years of the composer, by now blind, paralysed, embittered and at war with the world, as Fenby helps him formulate into music the compositions he still has whirling around his mind. 'Delius - Song of Summer' is a powerful and moving story. find out more...

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ELGAR (1962)

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The BFI continues its successful strand of Archive Television releases with Ken Russell's classic documentary Elgar, which was first shown in 1962 as the 100th programme in the BBC's Monitor series. This partly dramatised account of the life of composer Sir Edward Elgar includes footage of Elgar at the Three Choirs Festival and a recording of the opening of Abbey Road Studios when 'Land Of Hope And Glory' was played. find out more...