A Brixton institution celebrates 100 years this week.
London film festivals, movies and cinemas
No, that’s not a photo from Londonist’s last pub crawl. It’s a scene from Jeremy Deller and Mike Figgis’s “Battle of Orgreave”, just one of several film and video works commissioned and produced by Artangel over the past two decades set to be added to …
Catch a quality film from Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine or Syria.
Fed up you’re not off to Austin? Stop sulking and read this.
Celebrating a century of female film makers, BEV 2011 opens today on International Women’s Day.
“…leaves much Western film-making looking old-fashioned.”
Is it time for porn to be rehabilitated? Cabaret star Ophelia Bitz certainly thinks so.
We don’t know what films they’ll be screening or what inventive locations they’ll be leading you to but Secret Cinema is back between 11-27 February.
Attend a Reel London Film Screening of “Southern Comforts – South London in archive film” on Friday 18 February between 1-4pm; a free drop in event at the London Metropolitan Archives.
Filmmaking workshops, industry Q&As, films by some of the UK’s hottest young filmmakers and cult movies you’ve never seen on the big screen before. And all for just £5-£10. What’s the catch? You have to be aged between 15 and 25.
Catch three films for just £5 at the Roxy, London Bridge: the three Twilight films on 23 January or three sci-fi masterpieces (sort of) from the 1980s a week later.