BFI & CHANEL Filmmaker Award winner Ella Glendining delivers an essential, honest and eye-opening account of disability in an ableist world, in the BIFA nominated documentary film Is There Anybody Out There?
It’s a romantic drama, but not as you know it. Carly Halse reviews Unicorns at London Film Festival 2023.
Small doesn’t mean insignificant at Worthing’s debut festival, where a diverse programme offers visitors a lot to take in without raiding their wallets.
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!
We caught up with the Matteo Mariotti from the team at Megazine, a pocket-sized printed publication showcasing selected artworks by new and upcoming talents from all over London. The work ranges from photography, design, art, illustration and everything else in between.
As the showcase of rarely seen queer cinema from East and Southeast Asia hits cinemas across London, we caught up with Festival Director and Programmer for Queer East, Yi Wang, to talk queer cinema, festival highlights, culture and identity, authenticity in artistry, and great independent cinemas in London!
This week: circus skills, European film, radio culture, vegan pies, and online theatre women!