Film: Brixton Blog’s Thursday round-up

By Ashley Clark The Ritzy Cinema this week takes in a trip to Death Row, some tiny furniture, and some animated Arrrrrrdman action! Whenever maverick German...

Film review: Brother Number One

The Ritzy have been hosting the Human Rights Watch Film Festival since it opened in London 16 years ago. Frankie Holah writes a review...

Film: Brixton Blog’s Thursday round-up

By Ashley Clark  Teens in peril, kids in peril, families in peril, and the Human Rights Watch film festival. Just another week at south London’s...

Film Review: Bill Cunningham New York

  Katy Robinson was so enthusiastic about the Bill Cunningham film showing at the Ritzy today, that we asked her to write a quick review "The...

Film: Brixton Blog’s Thursday round-up

By Ashley Clark An octogenarian hipster; long, dark, Turkish nights of the soul; hapless cops, and Emilio Estevez. What else could it possibly all mean...

Film: A Man’s Story – Ozwald Boateng at the Ritzy

The Ritzy held a special showing of A Man's Story on Saturday, followed by a Q&A with the film's director Varon Bonicos and subject...

Film: Brixton Blog’s Thursday round-up

By Ashley Clark From fashion designers in personal crisis to close encounters with Lurpak, it’s another varied week of film programming from South London’s best...

Film: Brixton blog’s Thursday round-up

By Ashley Clark Parties, paedophiles, and period comedies. Yep, it’s just another week of new releases at the cinema. The big new release this week is...

Ritzy short film competition

The Ritzy is running a short film competition for local London filmmakers to celebrate its centenary year. Send in a DVD copy of your...

Film: Brixton Blog’s Thursday round-up

It’s a busy week of new releases at Brixton's Ritzy cinema this week, featuring a veritable cross-section of dirty cops, duplicitous CIA agents and......

Brixton People’s Kitchen: Eat together and banish waste

By Natasha Miles Last weekend saw the most recent instalment of the Brixton People's Kitchen, a project that aims to bring strangers together to eat...

FILM: Shame

By Josie Gardiner There are a myriad of reasons to go and see Shame: the brilliance of director Steve McQueen’s last film, ‘Hunger’, Michael Fassbender’s...

Tip of the day: A-Z of Cinema @ The Ritzy

Sunday 29 January As part of their centenary celebrations ,The Ritzy launched an A-Z of Cinema series, starting with A for Androids and to end...

FILM: The Artist

By Jack Roche The Artist, which won 3 Golden Globes at the weekend, is a modern (almost) silent movie. Should that put you off going...

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