Blanka Douglas analyses some of the runners and riders, and tries to guess this year’s likely winners at the Oscars and BAFTAs.
It’s a romantic drama, but not as you know it. Carly Halse reviews Unicorns at London Film Festival 2023.
A punk prison performance masterclass, championing the songs and Riot Grrrl feminist spirit of The Slits.
The French Dispatch is style over substance technicolor homage to the great American magazine with few moments of magic and lots of so what.
Last Night in Soho is a genre-defying mashup of time-traveling, coming-of-age, psychological horror – an enjoyably thrilling joyride!
New Cross isn’t just home to To Do List HQ, there’s also a smörgåsbord of amazingness out there to be discovered. Updated 21 Feb 2016: The Fat Walrus!
Our fab weekly London To Do List continues, with plenty of free, cheap and offbeat treats to get you through the week!
FUTURE SHORTS SHORT FILM FESTIVAL | 14 March 2013 | 7.30pm | Bush Theatre | £8/7/5
Future Shorts Japan is coming back to London’s Bush Theatre with a plethora (yes, plethora) of award winning cutting-edge short films collected from USA, UK, Kenya, Sweden, and Czech Republic. Head along to immerse yourself in this quirky world of short films in a warm, friendly atmosphere.
Films at The Yard | From February 21st | Various Times | £7
Our favourite warehouse-theatre-bar-cafe in London, The Yard, is bringing back its popular film screenings – and they’ve got an amazing lineup to kick things off.
FASHION VICTIM – THE MUSICAL is “a thoroughly modern morality tale set in the cut throat world of la mode. Boo, hiss or cheer – as you see fit – the chutzpah of Mimi Steele in this story of laughs, love and sharp practices in the cutting edge world of fashion.”
In advance of two screenings at the Roxy Bar & Screen on Borough High Street, we caught up with the writer Toby Rose to talk Fashion Victims, offbeat London, cheap thrills and confessions…