Rio Cinema (Dalston)

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

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Inland Empire

David Lynch fans, your wait is over; put aside your ‘Twin Peaks’ DVDs and hot-foot it to one of the few cinemas that will dare play this latest two-fingered salute to comfortable film-going. But please don’t say we didn’t warn you: Lynch’s latest pla...

  • Sat Aug 30:

    • 23:30

Night Moves

Rating: 3/5

Writer-director Kelly Reichardt’s work walks a treacherous tightrope: her style is so remote, low-key and observational that the films rely to a large extent on performance to provide emotional weight. So far this technique has paid off, particularly...

  • Fri Aug 29:

    • 15:45
    • 18:15
    • 20:50
  • Sat Aug 30:

    • 15:45
    • 18:15
    • 20:50
  • Mon Sep 1:

    • 15:45
    • 18:15
    • 20:50
  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 15:45
    • 18:15
    • 20:50
  • Wed Sep 3:

    • 15:45
    • 18:15
    • 20:50
  • Thu Sep 4:

    • 12:45
    • 15:45
    • 20:50

Norte, the End of History

Rating: 5/5

A riff on ‘Crime and Punishment’ (and the most intimate epic in a while), Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz’s rich four-hour-plus study of morality introduces us to a law school drop-out (Sid Lucero, amazing) and a farmer’s son (Archie Alemania). Fate conn...

  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 13:15

NT Live: Medea

Helen McCrory returns to the National Theatre to assume the demanding title role in Euripides's powerful tragedy in a new version by Ben Power. This live broadcast from in London is directed by Carrie Cracknell with music written by Will Gregory and...

  • Thu Sep 4:

    • 19:00

The Nut Job

Rating: 2/5

After unwittingly causing a fire which destroys the park animals’ food supply for the winter ahead, maverick squirrel Surly (Will Arnett) is shamed into thinking less about himself and more about others in this painless, largely unremarkable animated...

  • Fri Aug 29:

    • 13:30
  • Mon Sep 1:

    • 13:30
  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 13:30
  • Wed Sep 3:

    • 13:30

Other cinemas nearby

  1. The Alibi

    Kingsland High Street
    London
    E8 2PB
    159.8yd
  2. Dalston House

    Ashwin Street
    London
    E8 3DL
    161.1yd
  3. Gillett Square

    off Bradbury Street
    London
    N16 8JN
    198.4yd
  4. Dalston Social Club

    Stoke Newington Road
    London
    N16 7XN
    321.6yd

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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.