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On screen he portrayed some of cinema’s most iconic characters, from Sherlock Holmes to Doctor Who and the Grand Moff Tarkin in Star Wars, and made his name in Hammer horror movies playing Baron Frankenstein and vampire hunter Dr Van … Continue reading
The BFI Southbank in London is hosting a special season dedicated to the life and career of Terence Stamp, the legendary British actor who has long been a truly distinctive presence on the cinema screen. The season, which runs throughout … Continue reading
With the 12thannual SCI-FI-LONDON film festival happening in Stratford, East London now until 6 May, there are a host of fun events to unleash your inner geek this Bank Holiday weekend. • BFI FILM PRODUCTION WORKSHOP (Saturday 4 May, 11am) … Continue reading
You no longer need to trek to the snowy slopes of Utah to sample independent cinema’s cutting-edge. For the second year running, Robert Redford is bringing the Sundance Film and Music Festival to London’s O2 Arena. Over four days from … Continue reading
Cinema Made in Italy 2013 kicks off tonight at the Ciné Lumière in South Kensington with screenings of Magnificent Presence (Magnifica presenza), the latest movie by Le fate ignoranti director Ferzan Ozpetek, and The Landlords (I padroni di casa), the … Continue reading
London’s BFI hosts a two-month season dedicated to the legendary Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini
Throughout March and April, the BFI is paying tribute to the late, great poet-turned-filmmaker, Pier Paolo Pasolini with a season of screenings and events at BFI Southbank in London, beginning on Friday 1 March with an extended run of a … Continue reading
Going to Vienna for the city’s annual autumnal film festival, the Viennale, is like stepping back in time. That could be because of all the Belle Epoque palaces lining the Ringstrasse, or the Jugendstil metro stations, or because the entire … Continue reading
Pottering in Harry’s footsteps is magic! Sky Movies launch their Harry Potter box set at Leavesden studios
The little boy waving a wand is in his element. Kitted out in owlish specs and Gryffindor robe, and striking impressive wizardly poses, he is clearly thrilled to be walking in the footsteps of Harry Potter. But then again, so … Continue reading
Dorothy‘s ruby slippers – is there a more iconic artefact from the world of movies? Not in my opinion. So you can imagine how excited I am about the fact that the Victoria & Albert Museum will be offering a … Continue reading