Hi Everyone – this Thursday marks the beginning of a new chapter for your not-for-profit-volunteer-led-community-pop-up-cinema: we are popping up at a new venue (The Hither Green Railwaymans Club) for the first time in a few years, with a series of thought provoking documentaries.

For our first season we have chosen four films offering new perspectives and insights into the world today, themed around People, Planet, Place and Play.

We need about 30 people to come to each screening to cover our costs, so please call a friend & come along to make this a success 🙂 (the drinks at the Railwaymans Club are v reasonably priced too)

Tickets are available on the door or at wegottickets.com/HitherGreenCinema

If you would like to come to all 4 screenings, then do get yourself one of our “multi-buy” tickets as this will save you money!


Thursday 7 September 2017

Next Goal Wins This showing has a 15 cerificate

Dutch coach Thomas Rongen attempts the nearly impossible task of turning the American Samoa soccer team from perennial losers into winners. A true underdog film in which it is a joy to watch the passion of the players for their sport and country.

Screening time

19:00 – 21:30
Doors – 7pm Film Starts – 7.30pm We encourage you to hang out with us afterwards for a discussion about the film


Thursday 5 October 2017

Seed: The Untold StoryThis showing has a PG cerificate

Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds, which have been worshiped and treasured since the dawn of humankind. This documentary follows passionate seed keepers who are protecting a 12,000-year-old food legacy.

Screening time

19:00 – 21:30
* Doors – 7pm * Film Starts – 7.30pm After the film we have special guest local artist and London Freedom Seed Bank member Richard Galpin who will be discussing his involvement with seed banks and answering your questions followed by an audience discussion of the film.


Thursday 2 November 2017

The Spider’s WebThis showing has a PG cerificate

An investigation into the world of Britain’s secrecy jurisdictions and the City of London.

Screening time

19:00 – 21:30
Doors – 7pm Film Starts – 7.30pm Please join us afterwards for a Q&A session with executive producer Simeon Roberts and director Michael Oswald.


Thursday 7 December 2017

CamerapersonThis showing has a 15 cerificate

Cinematographer Kirsten Johnson exposes her many years behind the camera through a memoir made up of decades of footage shot all over the world.

Screening time

19:00 – 21:30
Doors – 7pm. Film starts – 7:30pm. Please stick around afterwards for a discussion and Q&A with special guests.