Much has already been made of the Film4 Summer Screen event taking place at London's Somerset House between July 27th and August 7th. I've never been so I can neither confirm nor deny the aceness of the experience, but I'll be there to see the Die Hard / Attack The Block double bill on July 30th, and I expect it'll be a ruddy bloody smashing thing.
I have it on good authority that there are still tickets available for The Spy Who Loved Me, The Big Blue, The Apartment, Thelma & Louise, In The Mood For Love, Scott Pilgrim vs The World and the Serpico / Shaft double bill, so have a crack at any of those you fancy.
What's received less coverage is the equally worthy 'Behind The Screen' programme that accompanies the main event: a series of hour-long talks with some big names from the movie world, each related to the main screening that follows it. Joe Cornish will be there to waffle about his filmic influences, Barry Norman will be having a go on Roman Polanski, and John Barry's "musical sons and daughters" (whoever they are) will be discussing the great man's legacy. The full programme can be found here, and includes a rotating image gallery that features this hair / aviators / moustache combo: