JW3 Cinema

 

November

Friday 15
12.20pm Singin' In The Rain

Saturday 16 
7.15pm  When Harry Met Sally (UK Jewish Film Festival)
8pm       Autonomies + Panel (UK Jewish Film Festival)
9.15pm  Picture of His Life (UK Jewish Film Festival)

Sunday 17
12pm     Israeli Talent Shorts (UK Jewish Film Festival)
2.30pm  From Levinsky to Borat (UK Jewish Film Festival)
5pm       Stripped + Q&A (UK Jewish Film Festival)
7.30pm  Solomon & Gaenor + Q&A (UK Jewish Film Festival)
8pm       Ziva Potec + Panel (UK Jewish Film Festival)

Monday 18
6.30pm  Leona + Gold Star (UK Jewish Film Festival)
8.45pm  Queer Shorts (UK Jewish Film Festival)

Tuesday 19
4pm       Cantor's Head (UK Jewish Film Festival)
6.30pm  The Last Resort + The Archive (UK Jewish Film Festival)
8.25pm  An Impossible Love (UK Jewish Film Festival)

Wendesday 20
4pm       Driving Miss Daisy (UK Jewish Film Festival)
6.45pm  Last Stop Coney Island (UK Jewish Film Festival)
7pm       The Jewish Enquirer + Q&A (UK Jewish Film Festival)
8.45pm  Van Gogh + Q&A (UK Jewish Film Festival)

Thursday 21
4pm       Lieber-Man (UK Jewish Film Festival)
6.45pm  Comedy Shorts (UK Jewish Film Festival)
8.30pm  Analyze This + Krisis (UK Jewish Film Festival)

Friday 22
12pm    The Report

Saturday 23
8pm       The Report

Sunday 24
10.30am Abominable
12.40pm The Report
3.30pm   Meeting Gorbachev
6pm        The Report
8.20pm   Marriage Story

Monday 25
10.30am BabyKino: Marriage Story
1.40pm  The Report
5.30pm  Marriage Story
8.30pm  The Report

Tuesday 26
1pm      Meeting Gorbachev
3pm      Marriage Story
5.45pm Marriage Story
8.30pm The Report

Wednesday 27
10.20am Meeting Gorbachev
12.20pm Marriage Story
3pm       The Report

Thursday 28
10.50am The Report
1.15pm  Marriage Story
4pm       Marriage Story
7pm       Live Arts On Screen: Present Laughter

Friday 29
12pm    The Two Popes

Saturday 30
8pm     The Two Popes

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JW3's Cinema is proud to be a part of a network of eight independent cinemas in London, committed to showing the very best non-mainstream cinema. The network is made up of Genesis Cinema, Rio Cinema, Phoenix Cinema, JW3, Rich Mix, Regent Street Cinema, ArtHouse Crouch End, and Lexi Cinema – all thriving and innovative cinemas in their own right. The Love Your Local Cinema initiative aims to champion London’s independent cinemas, offering audiences a truly memorable cinema-going experience in a way that only your local indie can.

This initiative is supported by Film Hub London, managed by Film London. Proud to be a partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, funded by the National Lottery.