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Filmuforia GUIDE TO INDIE AND ARTHOUSE CINEMAS | London Area

Filmuforia GUIDE TO INDIE AND ARTHOUSE CINEMAS | London Area

Tony June 12, 2017 Comments Off on Filmuforia GUIDE TO INDIE AND ARTHOUSE CINEMAS | London Area

BACKYARD CINEMA at MERCATO METROPOLITANO is the latest immersive cinema space where its scene shifting theme has now found a permanent home in the Elephant & Castle venue. From now on the ambiance transform

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It’s Vegas Baby! – top spots for cinephiles in Las Vegas

It’s Vegas Baby! – top spots for cinephiles in Las Vegas

Filmuforia December 12, 2016 Comments Off on It’s Vegas Baby! – top spots for cinephiles in Las Vegas

Gambling isn’t the only reason to visit Nevada’s stunning resort. Also a haven for moviegoers, LAST VEGAS may tempt you to visit the exciting city for the magnificent array of cinemas screening the latest

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Dracula through the Ages | Halloween

Dracula through the Ages | Halloween

Tony October 31, 2016 Comments Off on Dracula through the Ages | Halloween

D R A C U L A   T H R O U G H   T H E   A G E S : Leaves from Stoker’s Book  First published in 1897, Bram

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All About Almodóvar | BFI August – October 2016

All About Almodóvar | BFI August – October 2016

Tony August 15, 2016 0

  A three month retrospective offers a unique insight into one of contemporary cinema’s most brilliant filmmakers at the BFi – opening on 5th August. Here we look back at the work and influences

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The Innocents: Madness and Desire in Gothic Cinema

The Innocents: Madness and Desire in Gothic Cinema

Filmuforia July 16, 2016 Comments Off on The Innocents: Madness and Desire in Gothic Cinema

Madness and Desire in The Innocents  We lay my love and I, beneath the weeping willow, But now alone I lie, and weep beside the tree. Singing O Willow Waly, by the tree that

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Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse (2016)

Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse (2016)

Filmuforia April 10, 2016 Comments Off on Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse (2016)

Director | Cinematographer: David Bickerstaff | Producer: Phil Grabsky 93min | Documentary | UK The Royal Academy’s ‘Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse’ was the first of its kind to display paintings by

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Eames: The Architect and Painter (2012) | DVD | Barbican Exhibition

Eames: The Architect and Painter (2012) | DVD | Barbican Exhibition

Tony October 31, 2015 0

Directed by Jason Cohn, Bill Jersey.  Narrated by James Franco 84mins     Documentary For nearly four decades 908 Venice Boulevard was one of the most creative places in LA thanks to the architect

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Floating Cinemas | Outdoor Screens | Summer 2015

Floating Cinemas | Outdoor Screens | Summer 2015

Filmuforia August 21, 2015 Comments Off on Floating Cinemas | Outdoor Screens | Summer 2015

THE FLOATING CINEMA: EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL | Kings Cross | London NW1 A sci-fi film and events programme exploring life beyond earth |Thursday 17th September 2015 – Sunday 20th September 2015 | Space – the final frontier

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Britain on Film (2015) |Now available on BFIplayer

Britain on Film (2015) |Now available on BFIplayer

Filmuforia July 8, 2015 Comments Off on Britain on Film (2015) |Now available on BFIplayer

One of the earliest ‘home movie’ films shows a family paddling on a Sandown beach in 1902. Another records Lerwick’s Old Norse Viking Festival in 1927. Along with over 2,500 others, these films are

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City Visions – Cult classics in the Metropolis

City Visions – Cult classics in the Metropolis

Filmuforia September 23, 2014 Comments Off on City Visions – Cult classics in the Metropolis

For the upcoming CITY VISIONS STRAND at the Barbican – Andre Simonoveisz looks at how the social impact of the metropolis is reflected in the cult classics from the roaring twenties to the year

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