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More Than Beer At London Beer Week

London Beer Week returns for a second year, 22-28 February, and will once again be taking over The Old Truman Brewery – the iconic beer-soaked landmark in Shoreditch. The estate will host the Sharp’s Brewery London Beer Week Hu...

Super Comic Con Lines Up Creators

With over 300 tables of  Publishers, Creators and Exhibitors traveling from all over America, Europe and the UK, the London Super Comic Convention is the UK’s biggest and most exciting comic convention. Superhero comics a...

Film Meets VR in New UK Festival

Virtual Reality is arguably the final frontier for film makers. This February, a new VR Festival comes to London, allowing fans and film makers to explore the endless possibilities of interactive storytelling. Brought to you by...

BFI Screens Oscar Hopefuls

This February, to mark the upcoming 88th Academy Awards, London’s BFI Southbank will host screenings of all the films in the running for the following awards: Short Film – Animated, Live Action Shorts, Documentary Shorts, Docum...

Grants For Filmmakers

Film agency Just So, in association with the Sheffield Doc/Fest, is launching a new online platform ‘Postcards’ and the Just So Film Fund to support the next generation of filmmakers and champion creativity and experimentation ...

Bolshoi Ballet On Screen

On Christmas Eve, Marie is given a wooden nutcracker as a gift. When the clock strikes midnight, the Nutcracker transforms into a prince and saves Marie from the Mouse King and his army… Moscow’s Bolshoi Ballet will be showing ...

Leslie Howard: The Man Who Gave A Damn

On Thursday 17th December at 7.30pm, actor, singer and writer, Paul Ryan will be conducting an on-stage Q & A with Tom Hamilton (director) and Tracy Jenkins (producer) of Leslie Howard: The Man Who Gave A Damn. The Q & ...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Nordic Film Festival

The most hectic month of the year is upon us. For those wanting time out, a little relaxation or to embrace the festive spirit, Regent Street Cinema has a jam-packed December to suit just about every taste. For the first time, ...

Gallery Art At A Cinema Near You

Season 3 of Exhibition On Screen launches with a feature-length documentary film, based on the landmark exhibition Goya: The Portraits at The National Gallery. Goya – Visions Of Flesh And Blood will bring the dramatic lif...

BAFTA Scotland Win For Robert Carlyle

Robert Carlyle’s Directorial debut The Legend Of Barney Thomson scooped two awards at last night’s BAFTA Scotland Awards Ceremony, including the much coveted Feature Film Award, as well as Film Actress for Emma Thompson, who wo...

BFI Film Deals for 25s & Under

BFI Southbank today announces the launch of a brand new scheme for 16 to 25 year olds, offering incredible savings on tickets to screenings, events and Q&As at BFI Southbank. The 25 & Under scheme will allow young peopl...

2014 BAFTA Nominations

And so we enter the time of year where all those ‘Top 10 Film of The Year’ Lists are made to look stupid as the award season kicks off.  The BAFTA Awards are always something a little fresh and this year is no exception.  Gravi...

Hammer Remaking Classic The Abominable Snowman

Waaaay back in 1957 Hammer released one of their classic horrors in the form of The Abominable Snowman.  With many films currently in the works about people climbing Everest, it seems Hammer is taking the snow by the horns and ...

Sam Rockwell Dealing With Poltergeist?

Sam Rockwell, soon to be seen later this summer in The Way Way Back, is in early talks to take the lead in the reboot of Tobe Hooper’s 1982 horror Poltergeist.  While Rockwell hasn’t signed yet he is said to be intrigued by the...

Noel Clarke Jumps Into The Anomaly

Noel Clarke, last seen being manipulated by Benedict Cumberbatch in Star Trek Into Darkness, is set to star and direct in his latest project The Anomaly.  He’s not short of star names for the film, which is currently shooting i...

Bond Is Drawing Up A Shortlist

UPDATE:  Having put together a short list of who was going to direct the next Bond movie it now seems that those on it may have got their hopes up for nothing.  Like an easily despatched group of henchmen, it seems the man to b...

From Batman To Bond For Nolan?

Christopher Nolan, the man behind the hugely successful Dark Knight trilogy, has apparently been approached by Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson to direct the next James Bond film.  It is very early days yet but it has nev...