Fashion Film Festival for London Fashion Week

St Martin's Courtyard

Silent Cinema will transform the courtyard into an open air movie theatre to showcase a Fashion Film Festival in St Martin’s Courtyard. A full sized cinema screen will pop-up for three nights during London Fashion Week in September showing iconic fashion films for free.

The Fashion Film Festival will open on Sunday 15 September with a salon fashion show in the courtyard followed by the first screening, and will run until Tuesday 17 September. Choose between tongue-in-cheek fashion comedy Zoolander, fashion industry favourite Grey Gardens, or catch a glimpse behind the scenes of American Vogue in The September Issue.

Silent Cinema is beautifully simple: you wear wireless headphones to watch great films on a full size cinema screen. 100 free tickets are available for each screening through a prize draw. If you’re not one of the lucky ones to win a pair of tickets, be one of the first to arrive on the night and there will be a number of tickets available for each screening on a first come first served basis.

To guarantee one of the best seats in the house, book in advance for dinner and a movie at one of the restaurants in the courtyard. Contemporary Thai restaurant Suda, British café /restaurant Bill’s and Italian enoteca Dalla Terra will all have headsets for al fresco diners.

A cinema experience wouldn’t be the same without treats to nibble on whilst watching the film. Enjoy posh cinema snacks from restaurants’ pop-up stalls in the courtyard, and free gourmet popcorn for all.

For a chance to get hold of a pair of tickets, enter your details below. Winners will be contacted one week prior to the screening. For live updates and further ticket giveaways, follow St Martin’s Courtyard on twitter @SMCCOVENTGARDEN.

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