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Little Shining Man – Honda and Birmingham

If you want the seemingly unbuildable built then Queen & Crawford are who you need to call. Based in Minerva Works on Fazeley Street in Digbeth...

Musicians celebrate electronic pioneer Delia Derbyshire at Band On The Wall

The original Doctor Who theme composer and electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire is to be celebrated at an event conceived by local electronic ...

Video Jam to feature at new “Rule of 3″ event

The next Video Jam event will feature as part of Islington Mill's "Rule of 3" series exploring new ways to further creative expression at a time of...

Hackney filmmaker cashes in his chips

A young local filmmaker has been awarded a grant to make a sequel to his début film about violence and gang culture in the borough

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – review

Martin Freeman stars as Bilbo Baggins in this Tolkien tale. Showing at the Hackney Picturehouse until mid-January

Flatpack need your help!

Flatpack is back! The seventh Flatpack Festival returns from 21-31 March 2013, spreading across eleven days. This year audiences can expect  and cy...

Cardiff Street Food Christmas Market to be filmed

The first Cardiff Street Food Festival at The Mack on 17th November was a great success – so much so, that  a special Cardiff Street Food Chr...

Silent Night

Following the huge success of Flatpack Festival’s opening night earlier this year, they return to Birmingham Cathedral for another special evening ...

Film on Manchester’s DIY music scene to hold premiere

Not-for-profit film group Castles Built in Sand announce the public screening of a new documentary looking at some of Manchester’s DIY musicians.

Halloween 2012

Last week I helped a group of people escape zombies on the back streets of Digbeth.  Bizarre indeed. Halloween comes around once again and although...

Five festivals not to miss this autumn in Sheffield

I love the summer in Sheffield but apart from during big events like Tramlines, the city can seem quiet during July and August. Then the holidays c...

Coming up this week

Coming up in Cardiff this week including events for Refugee Week 2012… Monday 18 June Language lessons. Arabic at 5pm. Spanish 7pm. Red and B...

Coming up this week

Coming up in Cardiff this week. As always, let me know if there’s anything you think should be on there Monday 4 June Language lessons. Arabic at 5...

Is this our future?

On Tuesday the Red and Black Umbrella hosted video collective Reel News with short films from their new DVD Our Present is Your Future, about diffe...

Staffordshire Film Festival 2012

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Free Film Friday – Marvels Avengers Assemble

Fancy going to see a film at Cineworld Shrewsbury for free? Enter our 'Free Film Friday' competition and you and friend could be going along to see...

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival 3-13 May 2012

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival is back, running this year from Thursday 3 to Sunday 13 May. This year must be flying in: it doesn’t feel like thre...

Dalston – Land of Kings 2012

Various Dalston venues, Friday 4 and Saturday 5 May 2012

The sun always shines on TV Map_icon

Massive lights outside Hortus this morning. Weirdly, it’s an ad for Pizza Express. Wonder why they didn’t use the equally photogenic Pi...

Trolleybus film re-created for open day

As part of the preparations for Trolleybus 50, local cameraman Alan Benns and crew have filmed a recreation of the 1931 classic ‘Twickenham t...

The Cabin in the Woods – review

Joss Whedon's high-concept scary movie is a satirical curiosity

Next Film - Helmsley Arts Centre - 'The Lady' - 11th April

It is late 1940s Burma and a 3-year-old Suu Kyi sits outside the family's lush estate, a flower plucked by her father in her hair. That idyll ends ...

Titanic films screened beside the boat's dry dock - Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 April

Amongst the many different Titanic Festival events over the next couple of weeks, Belfast Film Festival have organised the screening of two Titanic...

Moseley FolkFilms Documentary Night

On Thursday 22 March get down to Ort for an evening of  ’quirky’ documentaries made in Moseley by local filmmaker Lizzy Piffany. The fi...

Flatpack Festival 6

A few of the highlights from this year’s Flatpack Festival have been announced. Having looked at the website, here are a few things that I wi...

Irish festival at the Tricycle

The Tricycle presents an exciting five day festival showcasing the latest Irish releases at the Irish Cultural Centre, Riverside Studios, Tricycle ...

New Titles At Ventnor Library

Plenty of new books at Ventnor Library

The Granton Trawler

It's amazing what local cinematic gems you can dredge up from YouTube.  Here's an old film that has recently been uploaded to the site that fo...

Hallowe’en Super Shock Show

Looking for somewhere to go for Halloween? The Hallowe’een Super Shock Show from Outer Sight at the Edge on Saturday may be just the ticket!...

Interview: filmmakers Noriko Okaku and Robin Mahoney

The Hackney Citizen meets Noriko Okaku and Robin Mahoney, two filmmakers who have come from the Far East to the East End

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