NEW STILL DEBUTS OUT OF THE ANNECY INTERNATIONAL ANIMATED FILM FESTIVAL FOR NETFLIX’S FIRST ANIMATED FILM KLAUS Jesper (voiced...
HAIL SATAN? A FILM BY PENNY LANE “Wickedly funny, fascinating and niftily made… Jesus would want you to see...
“one of the great music films” – New York Times “a transcendent, spine-tingling, uplifting, utterly joyous experience” – NPR DIRECTED BY ALAN ELLIOTT AND SYDNEY POLLACK STARRING ARETHA FRANKLIN, REVEREND JAMES CLEVELAND AND C.L. FRANKLIN In 1971, Aretha Franklin, the undisputed Queen of Soul, brought producer Jerry Wexler, her... Read more
Regent Street Cinema are proud to be hosting JAMES BOND SUNDAYS every Sunday from May 12 – June 16. James Bond’s greatest outings, back on the big screen and followed by Q&As and autograph signings with some of the films’ female stars. THUNDERBALL Sunday 12 May – 2pm Followed... Read more
Spiderman: Into The Spider-Verse swings five places up to Number 1 on the Official Film Chart after a tight battle with Mary Poppins Returns. Following its release on disc last week, Into The Spider-Verse crosses the finish line ahead of the Mary Poppins sequel by fewer than 900 sales,... Read more
The talented British actor Nicholas Hoult has already amassed an impressive career since his breakthrough role in About A Boy at just aged 11. Since then, his career has gone from strength to strength, with acclaimed roles independent films and Hollywood blockbusters. In Tolkien, Hoult takes on the role... Read more
English-American actress Lily Collins has had an impressive career to date, with a breakthrough performance in the 2009 film The Blind Side which she starred in alongside Academy Award-winner Sandra Bullock. Since then, she has played a variety of roles; from period dramas to fantasy, and action films. Her... Read more
“All of life’s a gamble.” This is probably why Hollywood has such a fascination with the concept, evidenced by the long list of gambling films movie houses have produced over the course of history. Whether it’s the movie’s central subject matter or a mere device to move a plot... Read more
CREATIVE ENGLAND’S GROUND-BREAKING FILMMAKING SCHEME IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SKY ARTS AND SCREENSKILLS IS OPEN FOR ENTRIES HUGELY SUCCESSFUL PROGRAMME IS CHAMPIONED BY OSCAR WINNER RACHEL SHENTON Today, applications open for 2019’s shortFLIX, Creative England’s hugely successful short film-making programme, which offers opportunities for new voices to create diverse and... Read more
Three days of free outdoor screenings in St Andrew Square Garden at Film Fest in the City with Edinburgh Live Edinburgh, 25th April 2019 – Edinburgh International Film Festival and Essential Edinburgh’s immensely popular free open-air cinema event, Film Fest in the City with Edinburgh Live, will return to... Read more
New York, NY (April 23, 2019) – The Nantucket Film Festival (NFF) proudly announced its feature film lineup today. The opening night selection for its 2019 festival is Universal Pictures’ YESTERDAY, a Working Title production written by Oscar nominee Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Love Actually, and... Read more
Ahead of Horror Channel’s premiere of Pete Walker’s SCHIZO, horror and sexploitation movie writer/director David McGillivray reflects on disastrous scripts, his volatile relationship with Walker and writing smut for Julian Clary Q: SCHIZO is unusual in your body of work with director Pete Walker because the concept and narrative... Read more