Summer Love Film Festival

Everyman Cinema brings you a free, open-air film festival from the banks of Regent Canal. Summer love in the city is the theme, and there are some real crowd-pleasers lined up. The films have been selected in partnership with Pride in London and Gay Times and are shown around the Wimbledon matches. Movies and tennis, what could be better? June 27 - July 15. Times are subject to change depending on the match schedule.

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Grease

Grease

Welcome to the singing and dancing world of Grease. Set in 1950s California, greaser gang leader Danny Zuko falls in love with good girl Sandy after spending their summer together. When the pair are unexpectedly reunited in high school, their love is put to the test. Book tickets here.

Wednesday 27 June, 1pm Canalside Steps
West Side Story

West Side Story

The Academy Award-winning modern adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Two rival gangs battle for power on the streets of New York’s Upper West Side. The situation becomes complicated when Jets’ gang member Tony falls for his gang rival’s sister. Book tickets here.

Wednesday 27 June, 7pm. Canalside Steps
Never Ending Story

Never Ending Story

After escaping the torment of school bullies, young Bastian finds himself in a bookstore where he is shown an ancient and mysterious book called- The NeverEnding Story. After “borrowing” the book Bastian soon finds himself immersed in the magical kingdom of Fantasia, where he must become the hero. Book tickets here.

Thursday 28 June, 1pm Canalside Steps
Romeo + Juliet

Romeo + Juliet

Baz Luhrmann’s modern adaption of Shakespearean romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet is set in the post-modern city of Verona Beach. Tensions rise as rival gang member Romeo falls for Juliet at a masked ball. Book tickets here.

Thursday 28 June, 7pm. Canalside Steps
120 BPM

120 BPM

In partnership with Gay Times, Everyman presents 120 BPM. Set in 1990’s France, homosexuality and the AIDS epidemic is explored through the eyes of Nathan, a young man who joins an AIDS activist group. Nathan quickly learns of a more radical approach to protesting after joining the ACT UP movement. Book tickets here.

Thursday 28 June, 8:30pm Everyman KX Cinema, King's Cross
The Lion King

The Lion King

Iconic Disney animation The Lion King follows the adventures of the lion cub Simba. The young lion finds himself in trouble after his evil uncle Scar plots to become king. After being exiled, Simba returns to regain his rightful title. Book tickets here.

Friday 29 June, 1pm Canalside Steps
La La Land

La La Land

While attempting to navigate their careers in Los Angeles, struggling pianist Sebastian and aspiring actress Mia fall in love after coincidence repeatedly brings them together. But the dreams they worked so hard to achieve begin to pull them apart. Book tickets for 29 June & 5 July.

Friday 29 June 7pm & Thursday 5 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
Coco

Coco

Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician, despite his family’s generation-old ban on music. Determined, Miguel ends up in The Land of the Dead in order to prove his musical talents and unlock his secret family history. Book tickets here.

Saturday 30 June, 1pm Canalside Steps
My Generation

My Generation

British film icon Michael Caine journeys through his personal story in 1960s London. The documentary film sees Caine travel back in time to talk to stars such as The Beatles, Twiggy, and David Bailey, using unseen archive material. Book tickets for 30 June & 9 July.

Saturday 30 June 7pm & Monday 9 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
Fantastic Mr. Fox

Fantastic Mr. Fox

Based on Roald Dahl’s classic book, this animated film sees Dahl’s mischievous character brought to life. Mr. Fox is caught red-handed stealing from formidable farmers Boggis, Bunce, and Bean, who then hatch a plot to kill him. Can Mr. Fox outwit them and save the day? Book tickets here.

Sunday 1 July, 1pm Canalside Steps
Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom

After twelve year old Sam and Suzy fall in love, they decide to escape the conformity of their small island. As a violent storm approaches, a local search party is forced to find the pair. Book tickets here.

Monday 2 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
The Last Waltz

The Last Waltz

Filmed by Martin Scorsese, this concert film documents the last performance of Canadian-American rock group The Band. Considered the ‘greatest concert movie of all time’ by Rolling Stones magazine, with featured guests Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, and Joni Mitchell. Book tickets here.

Tuesday 3 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman

A musical film sensation, The Greatest Showman sees the rise of orphaned, penniless yet ambitious Taylor Barnum as he attempts to transform his life through the birth of show business…but is he willing to gamble everything? Book tickets here.

Wednesday 4 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
Call Me By Your Name

Call Me By Your Name

Set in 1980s rural Italy, precocious 17-year-old Elio Perlman embarks on a romance with Oliver, a handsome doctoral student who’s working as an intern for Elio’s father. Amid the sun-drenched splendor,he t young men discover the heady beauty of awakening desire in a summer that will alter their lives forever. Presented in partnership with Gay Times. Book tickets here.

Thursday 5 July, 20:30pm Everyman KX Cinema, King's Cross
Black Panther

Black Panther

Following the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the African nation of Wakanda as the country’s new leader. When a powerful enemy force reappears to test T’Challa’s mettle as king, he is drawn into a dangerous conflict that puts the safety of his people at risk. Book tickets here for 6 July & 13 July.

Friday 6 July, 8pm & Friday 13 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
Battle of the Sexes

Battle of the Sexes

In partnership with Gay Times, Everyman presents Battle of the Sexes, based on the true story of the 1973 tennis match between world number one Billie Jean King and ex-champ Bobby Riggs, the battle of the sexes became one of the most watched television sports events of all time. In the wake of the sexual revolution and rise of the women’s movement, the personal and complex personal battles of the sports stars are explored. Buy tickets here.

Saturday 7 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
Cool Runnings

Cool Runnings

Four Jamaican bobsleighers dream of competing in the Winter Olympics, despite having never seen snow. With the help of their disgraced coach and unstoppable team spirit the team aim for Olympic glory. Buy tickets here.

Sunday 8 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
The Graduate

The Graduate

After graduating from college Ben returns home, and is met with high expectations from his parents. Following a family party, Ben begins an affair with the wife of his father’s business partner, which turns problematic after he begins falling for her forbidden daughter. Book tickets here.

Tuesday 10 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz

When a tornado hits Kansas, Dorothy and her dog Toto are whisked away to the magical Land of Oz. Trying to get home, they follow the Yellow Brick Road to reach the Emerald City, meeting an interesting array of charactersalong the way. Book tickets here.

Wednesday 11 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week

Filmmaker Ron Howard explores the early years of the Beatles. The documentary film sees the rapid development of the Beatles from their early club dates in Liverpool to their world-wide concert tours. Book tickets here.

Thursday 12 July, 8pm Canalside Steps
Moonlight

Moonlight

In partnership with Gay Times,  Everyman presents Academy Award-winning hit film Moonlight. It explores three defining chapters in the life of a young black man, Chiron, as he navigates growing up as a gay man in a drug-ravaged Miami. An extraordinary journey to manhood and self-identity. Book tickets here.

Thursday 12 July, 8.30pm Everyman KX Cinema, King's Cross
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

When a boy from a deprived family finds a golden ticket hidden inside a chocolate bar, he is granted access into the magical world of Willy Wonka’s factory. Charlie, along with four odious children go on the journey of a lifetime through Wonka’s factory…but not everyone will make it to the end. Book tickets here.

Sunday 15 July, 8pm Canalside Steps