It has been 50 years since Mario Puzo’s genre-defining novel The Godfather was published to great public and critical acclaim. The tale of Sicilian Mafia crime families in New York is best known for the 1972 film adaptation by Francis Ford Coppola that launched the work into cinematic history, making it an oft-quoted cult classic that tops many best film lists.

Join us for a screening of the famous, influential film, featuring a star-studded cast in iconic roles, an instantly recognisable soundtrack, and the indelible marks of the gangster genre it helped canonise. Due to its length, the film will be shown in two parts with a short interval.