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Still from A Moving Image: Tanya Fear in Brixton
April 12, 2017, 1 Comment

As the sun begins to shine here in London, I know it will be hard to remember to go indoors and see some cinema, writes Nicola Jones. Evermore so, as […]

Regan at Dwaynamics

Dwaynamics’ Regan, 8, stars in 1,000 Londoners

March 30, 2017, 1 Comment

It’s Thursday – and that means another release in Chocolate Films’ wonderful 1,000 Londoners series. Regan, number 205, is eight and does bo ...

Imelda May and music video cast in Brixton Market

Brixton market hosts music video

March 16, 2017, No comments

Singer Imelda May came to Brixton yesterday to record the video for her single Should Have Been You, inspired by recent women’s marches across the w ...

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Brixton gentrification film to open here

March 14, 2017, No comments

An acclaimed film about gentrification in Brixton will open here exclusively next month before playing more widely in May. Shola Amoo’s A Moving Ima ...

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    Film Review: CERTAIN WOMEN
    March 2, 2017, No comments

    A 2016 Sundance Festival and Toronto Film Festival selection, writer and director Kelly Reichardt’s new film CERTAIN WOMEN flounders through a slow rumination on small-town American life. CERTAIN WOMEN is […]

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    Ritzy workers set to strike on BAFTA weekend
    February 10, 2017, 1 Comment

      Ritzy cinema staff will be joined on strike on Saturday (11 February) by workers at three other Picturehouse cinemas – Hackney, Picturehouse Central and Crouch End. Organisers say the […]

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    Oscar-nominated Moonlight director Barry Jenkins at Ritzy for Q&A
    February 10, 2017, Comments Off on Oscar-nominated Moonlight director Barry Jenkins at Ritzy for Q&A

    Barry Jenkins, director of the Oscar best picture nominated Moonlight – “The only film that can beat La La Land” – will be at the Ritzy on Monday (13 February) at 7.50pm […]