Now in its twenty-seventh year, the London Socialist Film Co-op promotes socialist culture by arranging screenings where people can see films and take part in a panel discussion.

We show recent cinema releases and pictures that are rarely screened because they are old films, foreign films or were censored.  We show films that inform and educate.

LSFC encourages our members and like-minded filmmakers to make films and DVDs and we are always interested to hear of appropriate films - low budget shorts or campaign videos as well as fully funded professional programmes - that we might want to screen.

Our co-op welcomes members, old or new, who would like to help plan and organise activities and we are very happy to give advice to anyone interested in setting up a similar organisation.

Members are encouraged to send in suggestions for future showings and discusssions. Those for the 2016-17 season must be received by 28 February 2017.

Cinema information:
Bolivar Hall,
54 Grafton Way,
London W1T 5DL

Nearest tubes:  Warren Street, Euston Square.
Overground:  Euston.
Buses:  10, 14, 18, 24, 27, 29, 30, 73, 88, 134. 205, 390.
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We regret that disabled access is limited. Seating capacity 140: arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Screenings are generally on the second Sunday of the month.
Doors open at 10.20 for 11am.  The shorter of two films will usually be screened first.
EST indicates the use of English subtitles.
All enquiries: 020-7837-0008, contact.lsfc@gmail.com

We are a community co-operative, registered in England and Wales, Reg. No 29459R