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A Guide to Harry Potter in London

We pick out the very best locations to feed your Harry Potter addiction in London, perfect for witches, wizards and muggles alike.

FILM REVIEW: The Eagle Huntress

We review new documentary The Eagle Huntress, the debut feature from Otto Bell.

FILM REVIEW: Sully

We take to the air with Clint Eastwood’s flying drama Sully.

An Interview with Phil Daniels

We spoke to renowned actor Phil Daniels about politics, mods, musical aspirations and his favourite places in London.

Queer Film and Arts Festival Guide

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.

Top 5: Independent Cinemas in London

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.

REVIEW: We Are X

We take a look at Stephen Kijak's musical documentary about the biggest band you've never heard of.

UK International Jewish Film Festival

The UK International Jewish Film Festival is pleased to announce its 2016 festival dates in celebration of its 20th anniversary.

Trainspotting at The Vaults

This punchy, 75-minute production captures the passion and the controversy of the famous novel and globally successful film, and repackages it into an immersive production that will delight fans.

REVIEW: Queen of Katwe

With an overarching message of determination and keeping your fighting spirit, Disney's 'Queen of Katwe' should not be missed.

REVIEW: Urban Hymn

We take a look at Nick Moorcroft's film 'Urban Hymn', a misguided attempt to shed light on our society’s neglect of the socio-economically underprivileged.

An Interview with Christopher Eccleston

We sit down with Christopher Eccleston ahead of the 10th London Literature Festival to talk about his love of books, his favourite roles, and the fun of ageing.

REVIEW: Little Men

We take a look at Ira Sach's latest film, Little Men, a story of friendship, feuds, and forgiveness.

Felicity Jones: Thanking Her Lucky Stars

Oscar-nominee Felicity Jones chats to us about Star Wars, Tom Hanks, and following your destiny.

REVIEW: The Infiltrator

Swapping blue meth for blow, Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad fame is back to drug-drama antics in new crime thriller, The Infiltrator.

Save the Feminist Library!

We chat to writer and filmmaker Anais Charles about her documentary 'The Feminist Library – A Short Film'

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.