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BIFA 2012

The 5th of November saw the announcement of the 15th Moet British Independent Film Awards
 
 
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Framed Film Festival

2012 will be the first year for the Framed Film Festival, a seven day season that brings a colourful and diverse selection of international cinema to young audiences
 

 
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Freak Week Festival

By Steve Lillie – How could anyone resist an invitation from the lovely people at Blinkbox – the film and TV streaming service – to see The Cabin In The Woods, in a cabin in the woods? Especially when you throw in a...
 
 
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Irish Film Festival London

The Irish Film Festival London offers up an enticing programme of contemporary Irish cinema. The November 21-25 festival features dramas, documentaries, animations, comedies and real-life inspirational tales, as well as exclusi...
 

 
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November Noir, Networking and Naughtiness

This month sees a whole host of events that will have you pining for the warm indoors.
 
 
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Happy Halloween!

Ghost and ghouls may be knocking on your front doors this October but if you’re seeking a few treats yourself head to your local cinema, chapel, or stable for a few cinematic delights that will have you white at the knuckles an...
 

 
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UK Jewish Film Festival

After receiving an eager reception last year, the annual UK Jewish Film Festival returns for its 2012 programme across London, Glasgow, Manchester and Liverpool to celebrate some of the world’s newest and more established Jewis...
 
 
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London ComicCon MCM Expo 2012

San Diego brought with it a titillating look into upcoming cinema events as well as celebrating the best of previous and present movie culture.
 

 
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October Film Fun

With the leaves starting to fall and the air getting crisper already it’s time to embrace the comfy seats of the cinema for a fresh bout of festivals, special screenings and events for the first wave of autumn.
 
 
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Brazilian Film Festival 4

Following a sold out weekend of Drama, Comedy, socialising some indulgent cinematography, the Odeon in Piccadilly sprung open its doors for another packed evening of events.