Rio Cinema (Dalston)

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    Rio Cinema (Dalston) 107 Kingsland High St
    London
    E8 2PY

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Down by Law

Rating: 5/5

Reissued in a new digital print, Jim Jarmusch’s deliciously deadpan third feature (first released in 1986) looks more than ever like a milestone in American independent cinema. Though not bound to the intellectual angst of Cassavetes, the anti-author...

  • Sun Sep 28:

    • 15:35
  • Tue Sep 30:

    • 12:45

Lawrence of Belgravia

Rating: 3/5

Melancholy bio-docs of washed-up musicians are ten-a-penny, but ‘Finisterre’ director Paul Kelly’s collaboration with Felt, Denim and Go-Kart Mozart frontman Lawrence (who never used his surname) tries an original spin on a familiar tale. Largely avo...

  • Sat Sep 27:

    • 15:00
  • Sun Sep 21:

    • 13:30
  • Sun Sep 28:

    • 13:30
  • Sun Oct 5:

    • 13:30

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    • 18:15
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    • 13:00
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    • 13:00
    • 18:15
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    • 18:15
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    • 13:00
    • 18:15

Moon Man

Rating: 3/5

It’s lonely up there for the man in the moon. So one day, he grabs the tail of a passing shooting star and heads to Earth for an adventure which teaches him the best and worst that humanity has to offer. Written in 1966, French illustrator Tomi Unger...

  • Sat Sep 20:

    • 11:00
  • Tue Sep 23:

    • 16:00
  • Sat Sep 27:

    • 11:00
  • Tue Sep 30:

    • 16:00
  • Sat Oct 4:

    • 11:00
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    • 16:00

A Night at the Cinema in 1914

Rating: 4/5

This BFI collection of short films offers a snapshot of the sort of material that was playing in British cinemas a hundred years ago. Needless to say, there’s not a blockbusting comic-book sequel in sight. Instead we’re treated to a curious, winning...

  • Sat Sep 20:

    • 13:30
  • Sat Sep 27:

    • 13:30
  • Sat Oct 4:

    • 13:30
  • Sat Sep 20:

    • 23:30
  • Sat Sep 27:

    • 23:30
  • Sat Oct 4:

    • 23:30

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Gill ward

lovely, quaint. old style cinema with a fantastic range of old and new films for the young, old and just about anyone. it's a proper stalwart of Dalston. There's mother and baby film sessions. a cafe serving hot and cold drinks, snacks and cake. it's laid back, serious about film, gets along with business quietly, has interesting themes from time to time and is like cinema used to be, smell, feel and exist. Don't mess around with the chains, the Rio's a proper gem and long may she live.