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MGM Musical

The wonderful world of the MGM Musical will be celebrated at BFI Southbank throughout November and December.
 
 
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FILMMAKERS GUIDE! Platforms For Filmmakers

If you fancy yourself as a Hollywood director, an auteur, the next empowering female filmmaker, the passage to the big screen, unless you are the heir of global franchise, is never going to be a smooth ride
 

 
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The Screen Arts

Picturehouse Cinemas, very much one of the key pioneers behind alternative programming, is proud to announce a brand new cross arts initiative, THESCREEN ARTS FESTIVAL, this summer. Showcasing a wide range of arts content &ndas...
 
 
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Summertime Cinema

Thus far, the summertime cinema scene in London has been peppered with the sort of pleasant evenings that reminds all those present of what film can do to a person. Early contenders such as Pop Up Cinema and the Queen on Hoxton...
 

 
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Pop Up Screenings Presents Anchorman

The British climate is something that refuses to be tamed. A record breaking April can lead to a questionable May, with promises of a scorching Summer brushed away with a “we’ll see on the day attitude.” Which is fine if there’...
 
 
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Rooftop Film Club

Rooftop Film Club is the exciting new outdoor film experience showing classic, cult and recent film releases on the rooftop of the Queen of Hoxton. Last month FimJuice and two lucky competition winners enjoyed Romeo & Juli...
 

 
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Palestine Film Festival

This year’s Palestinian Film Festival sees its 30 odd features stretch across three venues for the first time.
 
 
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Kapow! Comic Con

By Emily Moulder. After years of UK geeks bemoaning the lack of a San Diego Comic Con equivalent, we finally got to experience the same heat, crowds and sweaty nerd love this past weekend at the first ever Kapow! Comic Con.
 

 
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Kino London Review

Vibe Live in trendy Brick Lane boasted a full house this week for the monthly exhibition that was Kino London, an open mic night for short films put together by a couple of buffs.
 
 
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Human Rights Watch

The closing night for the 15th Human Rights Watch was met with a near full house at Brixton’s Ritzy cinema.