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Premiere of BLOOD ORANGE at Regent Street Cinema (April 29)

Blood Orange stars Iggy Pop in his first leading role in a feature film. He plays Bill, an ageing rock star living an idyllic life in the rolling hills of Ibiza with his beautiful and promiscuous young wife Isabelle (Kacey Barnfield). Yet beneath this perfect surface, dark secrets lurk. Storming into their world comes a […]

BFI Highlights April 2016: Shakespeare on Screen, Alan Parker, Agnieszka Holland, Big Screen Classics…

See BFI Southbank website for full details. April 2016 Highlights: Big Screen Classics strand begins: Aprils sees the BFI launching a new regular strand in its programming. Big Screen Classics aims to keep landmark films screening on a regular basis alongside the themed seasons and special events. Among the offerings this month are Chinatown, The […]


Acclaimed writer-director Charlie Kaufman (Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) and co-director Duke Johnson will be presenting and discussing their new Kickstarter-backed puppet comedy Anomalisa at this very special preview at Curzon. The film arrives on UK shores on the back of a wave of acclaim after its festival and stateside […]

BFI Highlights for March 2016: Godard, Preston Sturges, Frank Cvitanovich and John Lasseter at Disney…

Hitchcock/Truffaut BFI March Highlights: International Women’s Day screening of Speed Sisters, a film about women, by women. A screening of Kent Jones’s acclaimed documentary about the meeting of two filmmaking legends: Hitchcock/Truffaut,  + Q&A. Hitchcock’s masterpieces Vertigo and Psycho also have extended runs at the BFI to accompany Jones’s documentary. A rare chance to see director […]

Deptford Cinema presents GOMORRAH (2008) as part of The Contemporary Italian Cinema Season (23 Feb)

Deptford Cinema 39 Deptford Broadway | London SE8 4PQ Date: Tuesday 23 February 2016 Time: Doors open 7.00pm | Film starts 7.30pm Tickets: £5 or £3.50 with concessions | Buy tickets online at  Deptford Cinema’s Contemporary Italian Cinema Season continues on Tuesday 23rd February with a screening of acclaimed contemporary Neapolitan mob drama GOMORRAH […]

THE ROOM at the Prince Charles with Tommy Wiseau (Love is Blind 2016 tour) – Feb 2016

He’s back, this time as part of his ‘Love is Blind 2016’ tour (following from the ‘Love is Blind 2015’ tour, you get the picture, its a yearly thing). Tommy Wiseau, director, producer, star and general face of what is probably the most popular worst film ever made – The Room- is back to present […]

Screening: My Jihad + Q&A at Frontline Club (Monday 1 February)

A timely screening at the Frontline Club given recent tragic events in Paris, and one that will be followed by a Q&A with reporter Rudi Vranckx. Details: As violence continues to spread throughout the Middle East, a growing number of young Muslims in Europe are leaving their home towns to fight for ISIS. In the last […]

BFI Highlights February 2016

The Lady Eve: part of Preston Sturges at the BFI in February Highlights of the month: See BFI website for full list of events and screenings Extended run of Preston Sturges’ classic comedy Sullivan’s Travels (1941), as part of a season devoted to the director. Thursday 18 February, 18:30 – BFI FLARE 2016 PREVIEW-preview of the […]

“What you don’t see is a dramatic recreation of his Wikipedia page”: Michael Fassbender and writer Aaron Sorkin on “Steve Jobs”.

Michael Fassbender as tech iconoclast Steve Jobs. Source : Universal We all carry Apple co-founder and tech design visionary Steve Job’s legacy around with us every day, in the form of the iMacs, iPhones and iPads that sit in our pockets and briefcases, and on top of our desktops. Apart from revolutionising the way we […]

“Russell Brand…he’s like a phoenix from the ashes,” director Ondi Timoner on making “Brand: A Second Coming”

The mercurial Russell Brand is the subject of Dig! director Ondi Timoner’s new documentary He used to be just a naughty boy, but now he might actually be the messiah. Or, maybe, he is a bit of both. Viewers can make up their own minds about comedian-turned-political revolutionary Russell Brand after catching director Ondi Timoner’s […]

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