Brixton’s Ritzy will be screening a new documentary, Touba, directed by Chai Vasarhelyi at 4pm on Sunday 23 November. The film presents a very different face of Islam to those dominant in popular [...]
Brixton’s first ever ‘Still/Moving DSLR Film Festival‘ kicks off on Saturday 20 September. This festival is a chance to see a variet ...
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 [...]
Honeytrap, a film directed by Brixtonite Rebecca Johnson and based in the local area, has been picked for the London Film Festival. The film follows the story of 15 year-old [...]
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’s staff over [...]
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 [...]