To celebrate the opening of the Black Cultural Archives, the Ritzy cinema is hosting a special season of films and talks exploring Black British culture. The documentaries and shorts on [...]
The Weekly Ritzy Round Up by Robert Makin May 15th – 22nd Despite the fact that I’ve just turned forty I have to admit I’m quite excited about t ...
This charming video, shot on a handheld go pro camera “over several lunch breaks” seems to capture a sentimental snapshot of every day life in the centre of Brixton. It [...]
There are a lot of reasons why The Ritzy Brixton is one on the best cinemas in London. First of all there’s the actual building itself. Having first opened its [...]
It’s seems a while since I did a round up, and what a fantastic week to catch a film. Tracks, John Curran’s moving testimony to the human spirit and the [...]
A new documentary showing community spirit generated by a very colourful piano will open the Herne Hill Free Film Festival on Friday May 2. The Herne Hill Piano Film is [...]
BY WILL BEDINGFIELD “If Made in Brixton ever appears on our screens, I’ll eat my hat”, so wrote our co-editor in May last year. Tim devouring his headwear (perhaps at [...]