Dali & Film at the Tate Modern contains some of the Spanish artist's most famous works, including Lobster Telephone which was made in 1936.
Visitors will be able to view Dali's work with Alfred Hitchcock in Spellbound (1945), and the two films he co-wrote with Luis Bunuel in 1929-30: UnChien Andalou and L'Age d'Or.
Destino, a short film by Salvador Dali and Walt Disney, lay unfinished for nearly 60 years until it was completed by Disney's nephew Roy (pictured).
A Tate spokesman said: "Dali & Film is a groundbreaking exhibition and an unprecedented exploration of the central role of cinema in Dali's art."
The show brings together more than 100 works from collections around the world. It runs from 1 June until 9 September.