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Dambusters: Experience the Legendary Raid

The Royal Air Force Museum invites you to take a seat on board a Lancaster during the legendary Dambusters raid of 1943, using Virtual Reality technology. Immortalised in the 1955 war film starring Michael Redgrave (main photo)...
 
 
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  Catch 22: Read Before You View

This May, Joseph Heller’s dark, anti-war satire, Catch 22, gets the mini-series treatment, produced, directed, and starring George Clooney.  While ostensibly about World War II, Heller actually wrote Catch 22 as a criticism of ...

 
 
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Sharkwater Extinction: The Life And Work Of Rob Stewart

Sharkwater Extinction is a  follow up to Rob Stewart’s first documentary film Sharkwater (2007) which  brought the devastating issue of shark finning to the world stage and is  credited with changing  laws and public policy wor...
 
 
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Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story

A lot of people won’t know the name Chris Sievey. A true comedic visionary – or pain in the arse, depending on who you ask – Chris was the man inside Frank Sidebottom’s large papier-mâché head. Following Lenny Abrah...

 
 
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Dr. Ido’s Journal

As Alita: Battle Angel opens in cinemas worldwide, Titan Book’s latest release, Dr. Ido’s Journal, gives fans the chance to delve further into the fantastical world brought to life in the film. Based on the classic manga series...
 
 
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The Cinematic History of Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg is one of the greatest and most influential directors of our time, with a CV that includes an incredible array of unforgettable films. To celebrate the 25th anniversary edition of Schindler’s List, which is ava...

 
 
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A Star Is Born Filming Locations

Taking a trip to LA soon? Or interested in where Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga spent their days filming the iconic love story between two musicians in A Star Is Born? Well we have the very thing for you! To celebrate the release...
 
 
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More Bats For Your Buck

He’s been immortalised in live-action films and in animations but, for the purist, Batman will always be—first and foremost—a comic book hero. Making his debut in Detective Comics number 27, in 1939, Batman has gone on to becom...

 
 
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Underrated Movies And Their Lessons

As popular and prolific as the film industry is today, it’s only natural that there are some movies that would slip beneath notice and avoid the success which they deserve. In this case, we want to look at those films whi...
 
 
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Roy Budd’s Phantom Returns

· Roy Budd’s score to Rupert Julian’s 1925 silent film version of The Phantom at the Opera for one-night only at the Barbican 18 March 2019. · Only the second ever performance of one of the late all-time great British musicians...