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 [...]
By Nisha Damji and Tim Dickens The Ritzy has banned the April edition of the Brixton Bugle as part of an ongoing dispute with the cinema ...
The Human Rights Watch film festival returns to the Ritzy this month. The week-long festival captures stories from around the world, showing both docu ...
The big release this week is Wes Anderson’s highly anticipated The Grand Budapest Hotel. The year is 1932 and the destination is Zubrowka, a fictional Eastern European republic on the [...]
What lessons did Mandela leave behind for the community of Brixton? Our Features Editor, Keith Lewis, went along to the Ritzy to find out. “You need to ask why Mandela came [...]
Artist James Bridle has drawn a ‘drone shadow’, a life size outline of an MQ-9 Reaper drone, outside Ritzy Cinema. This has been done to promote the premiere of documentary [...]
As the civil war in Syria enters its third year, Brixton filmmakers Richard Nield and James Stittle have teamed up to raise money for a documentary on Syrian refugees. The [...]