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The New Magic In Cinema Today

Using three of the years best films as examples Amy Britton explores the current preponderance of magic realism in todays cinema.

Rapture (1965): Eureka | Masters of Cinema Reissue – DVD | Blu-ray review

We bring you our latest review of films from the Eureka | Masters of Cinema reissue collection, John Guillermin's classic 1965 film Rapture.

Looking for Johnny: The Legend Of Johnny Thunders – cinema event review

Looking for Johnny tells the story of the great Johnny Thunders. Luigia Minichiello attends a special showing in London

Watch This! A new trailer has been released for the Nick Cave film 20,000 Days On Earth

Watch This! New trailer has been released for the Nick Cave film 20,000 Days On Earth

Too Late Blues (1961) – Blu-ray / DVD review by Ian Johnston

John Cassavetes flawed film Too Late Blues is about to be released as part of the peerless Eureka / Masters of Cinema series. Ian Johnston reviews.

Genesis P-Orridge & Hazel Hill McCarthy III: Kickstarter Campaign Launched To Fund New Project

Genesis P-Orridge & Hazel Hill McCarthy III: Kickstarter Campaign Launched To Fund New Project

Blissfields Festival Movie Competition Entries Deadline Fri 14th June!

The Blissfields Festival short film competition - entries deadline next Friday

Derby Film Festival: Allies panel

Ahead of the release of Allies, director Dominic Burns joins his cast on a panel to discuss film-making and creativity at Derby Film Festival

Louder Than War Interview: Colin Blaney, author of novels The Undesirables (soon to be released) and Grafters (which is about to be made into...

Louder Than War Interview: Colin Blaney, author of novels The Undesirables (soon to be released) and Grafters) which is about to be made into a film).

Nashville – dvd reissue review

Robert Altman's Nashville is reissued and Jamie Havlin revisits a classic.

London Labour Film Festival Continues Until Friday With film premieres and Bob Crow and Tony Benn tributes

London Labour Film Festival Continues Until Friday With film premieres and Bob Crow and Tony Benn tributes.

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