Film Review: ARRIVAL

Award season is deep in progress and your cinema dance card will be getting full fast. Nicola Jones reviews the next one up, the...

Film review: A United Kingdom

Nicola Jones reviews A United Kingdom – a story of race and royalty The biopic has been both a star maker and a star enforcer....

Interview with My Feral Heart star Will Rastall

My Feral Heart is coming to Brixton’s Ritzy as an independent release. Lilly Blanchard talked to Will Rastall, Brixton resident and British Independent Film...

Ritzy Round Up November

Hopefully refreshed after the London Film Festival, you can head back to the cinema for some quality viewing arriving this month, says Nicola Jones. New...

Ritzy workers stage strike for Living Wage with Halloween theme

Ritzy Workers staged their fifth walk out yesterday in their continuing campaign for the London Living Wage. The strikers who rallied in Windrush Square...

Effra Social showing The Lost Boys tonight

Stuck for a Halloween movie fix while the Ritzy's closed? The Effra Social is putting on a free screening of eighties classic The Lost...

Ritzy roundup October

As ghouls prepare to prowl, Nicola Jones previews what, strikes allowing, the Ritzy’s seasonal programme has to offer. Ritzy workers will be on strike...

Monthly Ritzy Round Up – September 2016

As September descends upon us like those holiday relatives you were never prepared for—there is at least time to prep for award season. Soon...

Ritzy to host Argentine film festival

Brixton’s Ritzy cinema will be one of the hosts for the fifth Argentine Film Festival in London from 18 to 21 August. The festival will feature...

A Night with Pop Ritzy for Some Like it Hot

Nicola Jones was at Pop Ritzy for its launch Pop Ritzy premiered on Thursday with a jazzy hum and a screening of the seminal Billy...

Ritzy Round Up: July

By Nicola Jones As this British summer continues to elude many of us there is always the option of hiding out in the cinema until...

Film, food and music celebrate diversity

A corner of south London will become part of the Middle East later this month when South Social Meets the World comes to the Dulwich...

Uprooted – Brixton housing documentary at the Ritzy

The Ritzy will screen a new documentary on the London housing crisis on 5 June. Uprooted follows the last days of two residents on...

Herne Hill Free Film Festival returns for 2016

2015’s Herne Hill Free Film Festival showcased more than 50 films over May to over 3,000 attendees, and is set to return on the...

Somerleyton makes its own film

Ringing is a 20-minute film set in Brixton’s Somerleyton estate, written, filmed, acted and with an original soundtrack by young people who live there. Producer...

Speed Sisters challenging convention at the Ritzy

Brixton resident James Selby reviews an exciting documentary screened at the Ritzy which follows the trail-blazing exploits of a team of female Palestinian street-racers The...

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Shakespeare – for the many not the few

Leslie Manasseh meets two Brixton-based women behind a remarkable new theatre production   Adjoa Andoh and Dona Croll are two extraordinary Brixton-based women who are bringing...

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