Articles Posted in the " london " Category

  • Indie Film Bodmin Ras Launches Mash Up Competition & Crowd Funding Campaign

    The people in Forres don’t work. Between ten and five they dissolve into the mist, after which they head like wrinkled shadows towards the pubs, where the light always shines as a warm glow in their midst. The story takes place in a small town on the north coast of Scotland. This is where Red […]


  • An interview with Chiwetel Ejifor, star of Half of A Yellow Sun

    By Marianne Gray Chiwetel Ejiofor dropped out of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in 1996, when he was 19, to be in Steven Spielberg’s Amistad. Since then, he has worked non-stop, on the stage, on TV, and in about 30 films, most recently 12 Years A Slave which won him an Oscar […]


  • Tony Benn film – Will & Testament. A feature-length documentary for UK cinema release

    In this unique autobiographical feature-length film Tony Benn – political firebrand, prolific diarist, writer, charismatic anti-war campaigner, husband and father – presents his own personal reflections on his childhood and youth, marriage and family, political career and retirement through intimate, confessional interviews wonderfully illustrated by his personal photographic and film archives. Never before has a […]



  • BAFTA Breakthrough Brits Call for Applications

    The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has today announced that it is inviting applications, as well as nominations from the industry, for BAFTA Breakthrough Brits, in partnership with Burberry; an initiative that celebrates and supports the UK’s future stars of film, television and games. The selected Breakthrough Brits will be revealed at an evening […]


  • Five amateur filmmakers to attend this year’s Jameson Empire Awards

    Five amateur filmmakers to attend this year’s Jameson Empire Awards after being named as finalists in global short film competition Jameson Empire Done in 60 Seconds finalists chosen by The Kill List Director, Ben Wheatley and panel of film experts London, UK – 29 March 2014 – The five budding filmmakers in the running to […]


  • Updated – London Human Rights Watch Film Festival – 18-28 March

    Now in its 18th London edition, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns this March with another packed programme of highly anticipated documentaries, dramas and shorts. Spread across four cinemas, with panel discussions and Q&A’s, there’s plenty of opportunity to get involved and learn more about current, timely issues.


  • The Quiet Ones Featurette

    From the producers who brought you The Woman In Black and Let Me In comes the unnerving tale of The Quiet Ones. Tucked away in an estate outside of London, Professor Coupland along with a team of university students conduct an “experiment” on Jane Harper, a young girl who harbors unspeakable secrets. What dark forces […]


  • The Jameson Empire Awards will be hosted by award-winning actor James Nesbitt.

    Celebrating its 19th year, The Jameson Empire Awards will be hosted by award-winning actor James Nesbitt. This will be the internationally renowned actor’s debut presenting the Awards, which will be held in London on Sunday 30 March and attended by a multitude of star guests from the world of film, all eager to find out […]


  • Svengali (15) Film Review

    Dixie (Owen), a postie and music enthusiast, discovers a talented unsigned band on YouTube. In the real world, it isn’t the first time artists have been discovered via such a medium but is the first film about such events?


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