Brixton legend Blacker Dread in new documentary

Blacker Dread, whose music store where Market Row meets Coldharbour Lane was an essential part of an earlier Brixton, is the subject of a...

Soup Kitchen lawyers premiere Brixton on Trial

Brixton was yesterday (11 February) the setting for the premiere of a unique new film, an education drama that explains how a criminal trial...

This is Brixton: A changing place called home

https://youtu.be/HwhSyxNQpTA   Brixton filmmaker Shane Duncan (right) explores gentrification in his short documentary This is Brixton. It takes the form of interviews in and around Brixton with people...

Brixton film shows why Lambeth should be London borough of culture

On the day that Lambeth submits its bid to become the first London Borough of Culture, one of the thousands of reasons why the...

Film Festival to support Brixton and Norwood Foodbank

The Herne Hill Free Film Festival is returning for another year to share cinematic goodwill with nine free events and a partnership with...

Mayor launches filmmaking competition for young Londoners

Film education charity, Into Film, has launched a My Local Culture Filmmaking Competition for young Londoners in partnership with the Mayor of London’s London...

New Cressingham protest as estate features in film

Residents of Cressingham Gardens – who are planning a new protest over Lambeth council’s decision to demolish their homes next to Brockwell Park –...

Brixton premiere for new web series

The Brixton Pound café last night (6 November) hosted the premiere of a web drama series set largely in Brixton and featuring several local...

Cinema museum appeals for help

The Cinema Museum in Kennington, housed in the old Lambeth Workhouse, where Charlie Chaplin was sent as a child, is under threat. The museum’s...

Brixton poet’s film In Other Words wins five stars

In Other Words, which premiered at the British Film Institute in London, was written and produced by Brixton poet and founder of Poetic Unity,...

Brixton’s Spyros Parrisis lays on a film feast

  The Feast, a new short film, is a story of power, abuse and hunger. It will be privately screened in September and is definitely...

Brixton film maker bringing South London comic hero to the world

For Brixton resident Jody VandenBurg, a film graduate and comedy fan, the life of the late alternative comedian and South London celebrity Malcolm Hardee...

Award for Myatts Field North film

The National Film and Television School production Uprooted, which follows the last days of two residents on the Myatts Field North estate in Lambeth...

Brixton filmmaker to pass the passion on with film fund

The Blog’s Nicola Jones sat down with Brixton filmmaker Matthew Lawes, whose stop-motion short film The Song Of Wandering Aengus can be seen online.   The...

Whitney: Plenty of material, but it doesn’t grip you

Nicola Jones reviews Whitney: Can I Be Me Music documentaries may seem like they are a momentary trend, but they have always been developing. Lurking backstage like...

Brixton film maker debuts first feature film Across the River

Warren Malone talks to the Brixton Blog and Bugle about his first feature film Across the River and offers tips to budding film makers Warren...

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