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May 1, 2016, No comments

2015’s Herne Hill Free Film Festival showcased more than 50 films over May to over 3,000 attendees, and is set to return on the 29th April for a month. Arts […]

Ringing launch

Somerleyton makes its own film

April 18, 2016, No comments

Ringing is a 20-minute film set in Brixton’s Somerleyton estate, written, filmed, acted and with an original soundtrack by young people who live the ...

Speed Sisters challenging convention at the Ritzy

April 8, 2016, No comments

Brixton resident James Selby reviews an exciting documentary screened at the Ritzy which follows the trail-blazing exploits of a team of female Palest ...

Herne Hill Free Film Festival 2015. Photo by Pierre Chukwudi Alozie

Herne Hill Free Film Festival returns for 2016

April 2, 2016, No comments

This year’s Herne Hill Free Film Festival runs during May, and will see film-lovers camped out – and in – at some of the area’s most iconic lo ...

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    Documentary film Bhopali moves Brixton
    March 14, 2016, No comments

    Bhopali: documentary and discussion as survivors of world’s worst industrial disaster still seek justice over 30 years later Earlier this month, a special screening of the 2011 feature documentary Bhopali […]

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    Oscar for local hero Mark Rylance
    February 29, 2016, Comments Off on Oscar for local hero Mark Rylance

    Local hero Mark Rylance won Best Supporting Actor at this year’s Oscars for his performance in Bridge of Spies (showing at Streatham Odeon today). He plays a Soviet spy involved […]

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    Monthly Ritzy Round Up – February 2016
    February 1, 2016, 1 Comment

    Bear attacks. Haberdashery shoot outs. Rocky sequels. Celluloid wise, 2016 has frankly spoiled us so far. And February is no different – film contributor Adam Marshall tells us what’s coming […]

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    Hill Mead students’ film animations deserve wider showing
    November 23, 2015, Comments Off on Hill Mead students’ film animations deserve wider showing

    A fantastic collection of animations made by six families at Hill Mead Primary School in Brixton were shown at Pop Brixton. Parents and children came together to create family animations […]

  • Two people discuss what Brixton means to them
    A very Brixton conversation
    November 18, 2015, Comments Off on A very Brixton conversation

    Brixton Conversations, a film that brings people together to talk about ideas of heritage and home, was screened on Saturday 7th November to a packed audience at the Ritzy. Local […]