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Film Fun At The Royal Albert Hall

Building on the huge success of success of their Films With Live Orchestra series, the Royal Albert Hall has announced a new programme of events sure to get every film-lover’s pulse racing. 27th October sees a spectacular live ...

Twin Peaks Cookbook Offers Up Damn Fine Cherry Pie

Twin Peaks is the biggest cult TV programme of all time.  First shown in the 1990s, it is celebrated by die-hard fans and ingrained in popular culture. Twenty-five years later it continues to inspire television shows, films, co...

Cinema In The Snow

Yes – it’s time to start using that word…. Christmas! And this festive season sees some fabulous screenings heading to London town courtesy of  the authentically original pop up cinema, Pop Up Screens. This season, ...

Scrumdiddlyumptious Goings On At the Chocolate Show

Over the next three days London goes chocolate crazy as the annual Chocolate Show opens its doors. So, whether you’re looking to upscale your cinema nibbles or searching for a little chocolate indulgence, this is the show for y...

Tim Burton Celebrated

Tim Burton is one of the most popular and remarkable filmmakers of the last 30 years, being responsible for such films as Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Corpse Bride and Alice In Wonderland. He is famed fo...

Aardman Brings Early Man To Life

This week Aardman and StudioCanal announced that Academy Award winner, Nick Park’s new prehistoric comedy adventure Early Man has officially begun production, with first character animation released to show more of the film’s h...

Star Wars Is Pure Indulgence

Martin Dew, the ex-director of international sales and marketing at Lucasfilm THX, will be opening the gates to the Lucasfilm estate to provide visitors with a first-hand perspective of what goes on behind the silver screen dur...

Folio Focusses On Sci-Fi

From Asimov, to Aldiss, to Philip K. Dick… many of us now know the works of the world’s greatest science fiction authors though film and TV adaptations of their work. However, this month the Folio Society releases two brand new...

Joanna Lumley Narrates War Horse LIVE

First it was a book, then an award-winning play, then a tear-jerking film with Tim Hiddleston. Now War Horse: The Story In Concert comes to the Royal Albert Hall on Thursday 27th October. The World Premiere will see national tr...

Noir-ish Glory And More At BFI London Film Festival

The BFI London Film Festival (5-16 October) programme has been announced, and Park Circus is delighted to have a number of new restorations feature in the line up. This year, the festival’s Treasures strand unearths a han...

Globe Does Film

At 8pm on Monday 19th September, Carl Theodor Dreyer’s classic 1928 silent film The Passion Of Joan Of Arc, will be screened in London’s iconic Globe Theatre. Adrian Utley (Portishead) and Will Gregory (Goldfrapp) have cr...

Masāfāt Festival At The ICA

Next week, the ICA will be presenting Masāfāt; a two-part festival that takes place in London and Cairo. The festival is designed to create an open-ended, international platform to foster artistic and professional exchange betw...

Free World Transformed Festival

As part of the Labour Party Conference fringe, Liverpool is will play host to the World Transformed Festival – four days of film, art, music and culture. With over 150 hours of workshops, talks, gigs, film screenings, art...

Saul Bass’ Iconic Film Work Celebrated

This September, the work graphic designer and award-winning filmmaker Saul Bass is celebrated with a brand new volume highlighting twenty of his most iconic film posters. Saul Bass (1920-1996) was one most important designers o...

Vintage Camera Used To Spotlight Our Hectic Lives

This month, Leffe, the Belgian abbey beer, have released a documentary film, Slow Time, exploring six artists and artisans’ unique appreciation of time, in a bid to encourage people to take a break from their fast-paced lives a...

Film Favourites From Folio

Many of our favourite films start life as books, and this month The Folio Society has announced that they will be adding one of the most terrifying tales of the 20th Century to their catalogue of iconic editions.  Stanley Kubri...

Austrian Culture In London

A series of exciting free events, including concerts, art exhibitions, film festivals, and literature showcases, will take place across various venues in London between 17th and 19th June. The contemporary cultural events all f...

Euro 2016 Meets Suicide Squad!

It feels good to be bad… Assemble a team of the world’s most dangerous, incarcerated Super Villains, provide them with the most powerful arsenal at the government’s disposal, and send them off on a mission to defeat an enigmati...

Free For Bright Young Things

The Bright Young Things Film Club is partnering with Ballymore to host a summer series of film screenings every Thursday evening in July at Embassy Gardens. Embassy Gardens is a new residential development at the heart of Nine ...

Weird And Horrid Film Festival

Multi-award winning comedy troupe Kill The Beast (“a scorchingly talented young company”, Time Out) present a week-long film festival at the New Diorama theatre. Monsters For Monsters: A Film Festival for the Weird and Horrid c...