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 [...]
Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton: This Is Stones Throw Records certainly manages to effortlessly squeeze a great deal of biographical and musical insight into i ...
The Human Rights Watch film festival begins this week with an absolutely stunning array of documentaries and dramas. Highlights include Mandela: The Myth and Me, South African filmmakers Khalo Matabaneâ€™s [...]
The Human Rights Watch film festival returns to the Ritzy this month. The week-long festival captures stories from around the world, showing both documentaries and feature films, focusing on five [...]
The big release this week is Wes Andersonâ€™s highly anticipated The Grand Budapest Hotel. The year is 1932 and the destination is Zubrowka, a fictional Eastern European republic on the [...]
Why not begin the cinematic week by cleansing your mind of those dreadful, tormenting memories of watching Prometheus (2012) by catching The Ritzyâ€™s late night screening of Ridley Scottâ€™s original [...]
Two controversial films hit The Ritzy this week. First up is Stranger by the Lake, Alain Guiraudieâ€™s erotically charged thriller concerning a murder within the gay community who frequent a [...]