This afternoon Chiswick residents will welcome the first cinema to open in the area since 1934. Film fans will
‘Bursting the Eurovision bubble’: documentary about provocative Icelandic band Hatari premieres in London
South West Londoner interviews Icelandic band Hatari to discuss their documentary ‘A Song Called Hate’, which offers glimpses behind the
As lockdown restrictions ease, Backyard Cinema in Wandsworth reopens its doors to offer a unique, themed cinema experience.
Since 1929, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has annually bestowed Oscars on the films it deems worthiest
A film which received international success and won multiple awards premiered on YouTube last month and has attracted over 200,000
The Black Heroes Foundation uses the arts to tell the stories of the black community and to celebrate black heroes.
Leo Thomas entered the glamorous world of film-making as a bright-eyed trainee eager to get the big break she had
Accidents caused by burnout could harm the UK’s growing film industry. A typical shooting day is 12 hours, however, for
The eye behind the lens: Cinematographer Andrew Dunn’s new project The United States vs Billie Holiday
“Each film is a new journey and I attempt to forget what I know already.” With multiple BAFTAs under his
Money laundering, murders and drug deals gone wrong, Michael Merino’s Acceleration has it all. The 80-minute crime extravaganza delivers nothing
An director whose work will be screened in Brixton tonight says he has experienced first hand the racism explored in