Here’s the full line-up of this year’s Film4 Summer Screen festival under the stars.
Somerset Houses’s unmissable outdoor movie season is back in August. Watching a film on the cobbles with a picnic is a practically perfect summer night out. The programme is a mix of premieres, cult classics and recent hits. Tickets go on sale on Thursday – get in quick, they sell out fast!
Things to Come – PREMIERE
Brilliant new drama with Isabelle Huppert as a teacher. Aug 4
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
‘Meeennaaa!’ Gary Oldman stars as the bloodthirsty count. Aug 5
Ex Machina + RoboCop
A double-bill of two AI sci-fis. Aug 6
A stone-cold Hollywood classic. Aug 7
10 Things I Hate About You
Shakespeare’s ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ brilliantly updated as a high- school romcom. Aug 8
NicolasRoeg’seye-ravishing outback adventure. Aug 9
Julieta – PREMIERE
Pedro Almodóvar introduces his latest in person. Aug 10
Best of ten: Stanley Kubrick
Vote for your fave Kubrick on Somerset House’s website. Aug 11
Quentin Tarantino’s cool-as-a- cucumber crime story. Aug 12 Galaxy Quest + The Final Girls Spoof it up with a doublebill. Aug 13
Musical starring Audrey Hepburn. Aug 14
A twentieth-birthday screening of Danny Boyle’s Brit classic. Aug 15
A gritty, emotional Parisian coming- of-age drama. Aug 16
Captain Fantastic – PREMIERE
Weepy with Viggo Mortensen as a superdad. Take tissues. Aug 17
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Thursday May 26.
Tickets from £16 at wsomersethouse.org.uk.