Cinema doesn't get bigger than this
Take a step into British cinematic history at the Regent Street Cinema. Britain's oldest cinema, it was the first place in the country to ever show moving pictures. It kickstarted British cinema with a screening of Cinematographe in 1986. Now, you can catch a special screening of Gone With The Wind. David O Selznick’s production remains the pinnacle of polished Hollywood storytelling and craftsmanship. The film is a remarkably coherent account of the novel and successfully balances the larger backdrop – the seismic changes affecting the South at the time of the American Civil War – with Scarlett O’Hara's more intimate story of a petulant belle wrecking havoc on the lives of others. A real storm of a film. "Ginormous in both scale and emotional wallop, MGM's epic is still a cinematic event to be savoured." – Empire Magazine "One of the truly great films, destined for record-breaking boxoffice business everywhere." – Variety Certificate: PG. Running time: 3 hours 42 minutes.
"It's impossible not to be carried away by the rich arterial force of this storytelling."