Screening & Q&A ...
Friday 5 July 2013 7pm (doors open 6.30pm) at the Old Fire Station, 84 Mayton Street, London N7 6QT ...
June 19 2013 Latest news:
When Christopher Nolan rebooted Batman in 2005, everyone breathed a sigh of relief - at last, the days of cheesy, over the top superhero films was over, in their place, new, darker, grittier retellings.
Political intrigue, double crossing, scandal and more converge in Kelsey Grammer’s new programme, Boss.
A James Bond gadget wristwatch bought for £25 from a car boot sale could sell for £60,000 when it auctions in London this June.
Is there anyone left who doesn’t know who the killer in Broadchurch was? Well, it’s for you that the DVD box set of the critically acclaimed ITV drama has been created.
Flora Drury goes to see Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, and finds there is a lot more to like than she was expecting.
A riot of colour and sound, Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby tries to put the great into every moment.
Criminal outsmarts police. Criminal escapes in an unreasonably fast car. Arnie is left to pick up the pieces.
The actor and director Bryan Forbes has died after a long illness.
A star from the new Fast And Furious film, which premiered in London last night, has promised the franchise will keep going.
From the moment it starts to its final credits, Iron Man 3 is full of action, twists and turns, and Robert Downey Jr’s trademark cockiness.
It’s curious how the reputation of films can grow over the years, even after a lukewarm initial reception.
The capital played host to star couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher this week when they attended an exclusive London party.
Barry Forshaw reviews the second season of Borgen.
Sam Mendes has rejected the chance to make the next James Bond film in favour of the theatre.
London-born Daniel Day-Lewis is favourite to pick up his third Oscar for best actor at this weekend’s ceremony.
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