Brixton’s first ever ‘Still/Moving DSLR Film Festival‘ kicks off on Saturday 20 September. This festival is a chance to see a variety of films both from established and emerging filmmakers. [...]
Zelda Rhiando and Emma Pickard, founders of the Brixton BookJam, talk about why they are launching a BookJam just for kids. When we launched the Brixt ...
I’ve lived a stone’s throw from Brixton Prison for much of my life and yet it has remained a curiosity – out of sight and mind. So I jum ...
Pride’s star-studded cast and strong underdog theme should make the film a global hit. The unlikely coming together of London’s gay community with a group of Welsh miners promises to [...]
Did you unwittingly stumble into Billy Bob Thornton, Naomi Cambell or Rosanna Arquette around Brixton Market in the last few months? Or trip over any tripods, booms or film [...]
Eleonore Pinheiro was born in Togo, West Africa in the 1970s. She came to London in 1997 as a refugee of the country’s civil war “A lot of us came,” Eleonore [...]
Christina Jaenicke visits a local non-profit organisation that helps long-term jobseekers find their way back into employment while offering a low-cost and ethical service for any job you might need [...]
“Kaleidoscopic. Story-telling. Socially-responsible!” Robyn Parker laughs as she struggles to describe her design brand Archie Mac London to Katrin Magnussen in just three words. Sitting in the midst of a [...]
You are never too young for a rave, Tom O’Neill finds out as he chats to the founder of ‘Big Fish Little Fish’. Hannah Saunders seems like exactly the kind [...]