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More female movie execs needed in Hollywood

More female movie executives would stem the sexist rot in Hollywood Kathryn Bigelow: leading lady in film directing. Shutterstock Lyndsay Duthie, University of Hertfordshire Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer with 300 Oscar nominations, has fallen. After The New York Times revealed decades of accusations of sexual harassment involving a string of actresses, including high profile names such as Ashley Judd, Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina...

London’s first VR cinema experience this Halloween

  Haunted Cinema: London’s first Virtual Realitycinema experience arrives this Halloween London is one of the world's theatre meccas. From pop-up immersive productions to big West-end shows, Londoners are no strangers to ground-breaking new experiences. Now another evolution: Veero, the UK’s first Virtual Reality (VR) cinema.      Broke Girl in the City says, if you have never tried VR, you really...

10 things we love about Holly Golightly

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Breakfast at Tiffany's is without a doubt my favourite film of all time.  It has been 55 years since Truman Capote's timeless classic first made the big screen. Audrey Hepburn plays one of the most iconic screen characters Holly Golightly.  According to wikapedia, she does not have a job but has achieved "café society" status. She mixeswith wealthy men, who give her $50...

Rooftop Film Club is back for 2018!

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The Kings of Outdoor Cinema launch with a Summer Season of Celebration A brand spanking new season of rooftop revelry from the masters of al fresco movie viewing kicks off on May 3rd with Insta-worthy views and the best of sky-high film Hollywood blockbusters, throwback classics and indie heartbreakers all at altitude this summer with Rooftop Film Club (RFC) A Summer Season...

Enjoy watching films outdoors with Pop up Screens

Pop Up screens, in partnership with Benadryl, announces its summer outdoor cinema line up for 2018 New Locations Added Including Kingston, Maida Vale, Crouch End and Denmark Hill Regarded as one of the most enjoyable and relaxing outdoor cinema experiences in London. This summer the iconic Pop Up Screens returns bigger and better than ever, in partnership with Benadryl, to provide...

How Many Top Films Can You Spot In This Visual Brain-Teaser?

Film Quiz for you courtesy of Cineworld Cinema.  The first week back at work is always a bit difficult...even when it is a four day week. How about sending this around to your colleagues and see who performs the best! Good luck!   How many top films can you spot in this visual brain-teaser? From Trolls to Fantastic Beasts, X-Men to Captain America, 2016...

No weekend plans? Pop Up Screens has your back

Pop Up Screens in Ruskin Park, Denmark Hill for the first time ever this weekend This summer, Pop Up Screens has teamed up with Benadryl to bring Londoners critically acclaimed new releases in even more of the Capital’s most treasured parks. The screenings kicked off on 20th July and will run all the way through to 23rd September. This weekend they...

Oz Film Festival Opens in London

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  Oz Film Festival Opens The new Oz Film Festival has announced they will open on Friday 30th June – 2nd July 2017, for a weekend of Australian films at Regent Street Cinema in London. Opening night film will be the UK premiere of Jasper Jones, starring Toni Collette and Hugo Weaving, directed by Rachel Perkins (Bran NueDae 2009, Radiance 1998) and...

Amazon Prime Day 11 July 2017

11th July is the third annual Prime Day, with hundreds of thousands of deals going live exclusively for Prime members around the world. New this year, members can enjoy 30 hours of deal shopping starting at 6pm on Monday, 10th July – and new deals as often as every five minutes. I'm not going to lie. The first thing I...

25th Anniversary Raindance Film Festival opens today!

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  The Raindance Film Festival which includes world, international, European and UK premieres celebrates its 25th year. The Festival will take place in London’s West End from September 20th – October 1st, 2017. OH LUCY!, Directed by Atsuko Hirayanagi, starring Josh Hartnett will open the festival. STUCK, by Michael Berry, starring Giancarlo Esposito and Amy Madigan, announced to close the festival newly established...
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