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Pop Up Screens Returns To London

This summer,  Pop Up Screens has teamed up with Benadryl to bring Londoners critically acclaimed new releases in even more of the Capital’s most treasured parks. The screenings will run from 20th July to 23rd September. An abso...
 
 
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New Streaming Service Arrives in UK – FilmStruck Curzon

Netflix? Amazon Prime? iTunes? NOWTV? If you aren’t already a subscriber to one or more of these video streaming services, then you will certainly have heard of them. And they’re great. Great for new film releases, ...

 
 
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Dinosaurs, Harryhausen, And Me

On 10 March 2018, an exhibition will open at Valence House featuring many original models from The Ray And Diana Harryhausen Foundation, made famous in films such as Jason And The Argonauts, Clash Of The Titans, and Mysterious ...
 
 
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Roy Budd’s Phantom

In October last year, after a 24 year wait, Roy Budd‘s previously unheard score for the silent classic, The Phantom Of The Opera premiered in the spectacular surrounds of the London Coliseum. The premier, brought Budd’s c...

 
 
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BFI Future Film Festival

15-18 February at BFI Southbank  The UK’s most important film festival for young, emerging filmmakers is back with another jam-packed line up of events that span the breadth and depth of the film industry. The UK’s premiere fil...
 
 
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Power To The People: Music On Film

Power To The People is a unique collection of 200 landmark British videos produced between 1966 and 2016. The collection is the result of a three-year research project funded by the Arts &  Humanities Research Council and r...

 
 
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There’s Snow Business Like Show Business

The multi-award winning international sensation SLAVA’S SNOWSHOW returns to Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall for an unprecedented fifth season of festive magic from 18th December 2017 – 4th January 2018. The Snowshow is p...
 
 
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Art-Inspired Resistance

If there’s one good thing to have come from the post-Trump world, it’s undoubtedly the outpouring of protest from the arts community. The naughties have seen a rebirth of the documentary genre, with features such as Trump: An A...

 
 
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Pop Up Cinema Goes All Christmassy

Trade in your sofas and Terry’s Chocolate oranges this Christmas for popcorn, snow and a festive screening in the iconic Pop Up Screens’ Christmas grotto The Legendary Pop Up Screens that saw Londoners enjoying blockbusters thr...
 
 
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Horrere Halloween Brings Filmic Chills To Your Sofa

The air turns cold around you, leaving your sharply exhaled breath hanging in the air like a tangible echo of fright. The hairs on your arm stand to attention like soldiers readying for a battle against an unknown presence. A s...