Barnes Film Festival (BFF) returned for its seventh year this week, bringing together emerging filmmakers, innovative works and pressing issues
One of my unpopular opinions in life may be that I prefer Mamma Mia 2 to the first one. Another
Grab your popcorn because this film’s a long one. For many, the 1961 film version of west side story is
A Balham director’s latest film, which features reality TV star Peter Andre as a racist thug, will premier next week
In an interview with South West Londoner, actor Jason Flemyng discussed the intense filming process of BAFTA hopeful Boiling Point,
The UK box office saw a huge Bond boost, with the biggest October since 2012 and weekend earnings almost 50%
A new UK-US collaboration is helping underrepresented writers co-produce projects across both sides of the Atlantic.
The David Lean Cinema reopened in Croydon last week, after a year and a half of closure due to the pandemic.
A short film backed by Richmond Council highlighting domestic abuse is set to premiere at Twickenham’s The Exchange. Tears Dry
A history professor at Richmond, The American International University in London who teaches ‘Bondology’ has given his verdict on new
A plaque commemorating a location from the film “My Beautiful Laundrette” was unveiled in Lambeth last Friday, after a community