by Joanna Orland If you’re a film lover, attending a film festival may be the highlight of your year, but it can also break you to the point of no return. More films screen in the span of a few festival days than you’ve managed to see over the duration of an entire year – […]
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Made In Italy Film Festival March 5th – 9th, 2014 Ciné Lumière 17 Queensbury Place, London SW7 2DT by Alice Sanders The Made In Italy film festival is coming to Kensington in early March. It’s an exciting time for Italian Cinema, with critical accolades for Paolo Sorrentino’s The Great Beauty, which won a Golden Globe […]
The UK Jewish Film Festival will be launching in London on October 30th at the BFI Southbank with the UK Premiere of The Jewish Cardinal. There will be an exciting array of films and events until the closing night on November 17th with the closing night gala of Cupcakes! The film, not the food. For […]
by Rowena Carter The 59th Sydney Film Festival provided the perfect platform for some winter warming cinema action and this year did not disappoint. The festival’s opening film (directed by Walter Salles who gave us The Motorcycle Diaries) offered a faithful adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s classic novel On the Road, as a raw depiction of […]
April 26-29, 2012 The O2, London by Joanna Orland Utah’s Sundance Film Festival has made its way to London for the first time. Robert Redford brought his festival across the pond to London’s O2 Centre in North Greenwich and it turned out to be the most surprising festival experiences yet. There were mixed feelings and […]
Where the artist meets the activist by Miscellaneous Artivist Film Festival, the first international film festival dedicated to raising awareness for Humanity; Animals; and the Environment, came to London for 48 hours. Films with subject matters ranging from asylum seekers to polar bears, were shown and discussed at The Shaw Theatre. The festival itself is […]