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London is host to a ton of different film festivals, and the BFI often hosts connected events and screenings in its four-screen cinema. Catch themed seasons and series (a Scorsese retrospective, black British culture), re-releases and classics, foreign films and new releases, previews and Q&As with directors. In summer, stroll along the river and check out the nearby Queen Elizabeth Roof Garden Bar (up the yellow stairs) to watch the sunset and have a glass of wine before your movie starts. You can see all the famous monuments in one skyline: the London Eye, Westminster, and Big Ben.
BFI Southbank is the leading repertory cinema in the UK, specialising in seasons of classic, independent and non-English language films. It is operated by the British Film Institute.
Specialist cinema on bank of the Thames - nice cafe and bar too. Pricey but cool.
Home of the British Film Institute. Offers seasons and retrospectives on major directors, actors and themes. Also a very good bookshop...of course, you also have the National Theatre and the other South Bank sites very nearby...take your pick
If you love film. A very different experience to mainstream cinema in choice as well as atmosphere. Regular previews and QnAs with directors/actors.