Every summer, London’s Somerset House erects a giant screen in its grounds and shows films in all the (hopeful) glory of the British summer. There’s usually a killer programme of premieres and classic movies, and this year is no different.

Key stand-outs include screenings of Tarantino’s Jackie Brown, last year’s critically acclaim French girl gang movie Girlhood, and premieres of festival hit Captain Fantastic and Pedro Almodovar’s Juileta. Also showing is Trainspotting, which gets a screening to celebrate its 20th anniversary, and since that film is produced by Film4 we’re hoping there might be some preview of the long awaited sequel as well…

The full list of films showing are:

4 August: Things to Come (UK premiere)

5 August: Bram Stoker's Dracula

6 August: Ex_Machina / RoboCop

7 August: Sunset Boulevard

8 August: 10 Things I Hate About You

9 August: Walkabout

10 August: Julieta (UK premiere)

11 August: Kubrick Film (winner of 'Best of 10' vote)

12 August: Jackie Brown

13 August: Galaxy Quest / The Final Girls

14 August: Funny Face

15 August: Trainspotting

16 August: Girlhood

17 August: Captain Fantastic (UK premiere)

More info is here, and tickets go on sale Thursday May 26.