We speak to director Kelly Reichardt about her latest film, the sometimes subdued but nonetheless poignant Certain Women.
We speak to Oscar nominated actress Ruth Negga about her role in Loving and her love-affair with London.
Tired of the Oscars? We let you know what else is in cinemas that’s worth seeing.
Feel the love in the capital with our roundup of Valentine's events.
We delve back into anime classic The Ghost In The Shell, rereleased to celebrate the upcoming live-action remake.
Our top picks of a season celebrating one of the world's greatest film makers.
We explore the iconic cult film Donnie Darko with fresh eyes in light of its 4K restoration and rerelease.
Watch some of the most affecting and engaging films set against the iconic backdrop of London.
We pick out the very best locations to feed your Harry Potter addiction in London, perfect for witches, wizards and muggles alike.
We review new documentary The Eagle Huntress, the debut feature from Otto Bell.
We spoke to renowned actor Phil Daniels about politics, mods, musical aspirations and his favourite places in London.
This week, the Fringe! Queer Film and Arts festival will bring a host of vibrant, diverse and unique events to various venues across East London that celebrate queer art and the LGBTQ experience.
We’ve picked out five of the best independent cinemas across London, whether you want to cosy up with a classic film and a glass of wine or fancy an energetic sing-a-long.
We take a look at Stephen Kijak's musical documentary about the biggest band you've never heard of.
Film and cinema are a hugely important part of London's cultural life. We bring you interviews with the actors, directors and creative teams involved in making film as well as all the latest news on film screenings, events, cinema and film festivals in London.