Russian Film Week (RFW) returns this year for the second time and is twice as big, marking it as the biggest cross-cultural Russian event to have taken place outside of Russia.
It’s chilly out but there’s a roaring hearth of filmic delights at REGENT STREET CINEMA this November where the unusual is usual!
Festival fever hits the cinema this month taking in MADE IN PRAGUE FESTIVAL (10th to 18th Nov), RUSSIAN FILM WEEK (20th to 24th Nov), KOREAN FILM FESTIVAL (2nd to 8th Nov), UK JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL (25th – 26th Nov) and IRISH FILM FESTIVAL (1st – 3rd Dec) all bringing a unique world-view to the screen. See the Regent Street Cinema website for further details on titles, events and exclusive Q&As playing in each of the festivals.
Trade in your sofas and Terry’s Chocolate oranges this Christmas for popcorn, snow and a festive screening in the iconic Pop Up Screens’ Christmas grotto
25TH RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL COMPETITION WINNERS REVEALED
The Raindance Film Festival tonight announced its award winners at The Mayfair Hotel in London.
Filmed in Moscow, St Petersburg and London, Margy Kinmonth's documentary to be seen on BBC4 on Monday 6th November examines the influence of Russian avant-garde. Marc Chagall, Wassily Kandinsky, Kazimir Maleevich and others whose innovative works offered a new approach to a new world, was to be short lived after 15 years when they were silenced by Stalin's Socialist Realism.
MICHAEL STUHLBARG, DOUGLAS BOOTH, FREYA MAVOR, NIKOLAI KINSKI, AND GRIFFIN DUNNE JOIN CAST OF THE NETFLIX FILM GORE
Two-Time Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey in the Titular Role of Gore Vidal American Novelist, Controversialist and Political Pundit
Netflix confirmed the addition of Michael Stuhlbarg (A Serious Man, Boardwalk Empire), Douglas Booth (Living Vincent, Mary Shelley), Freya Mavor (The Sense of An Ending), Nikolai Kinski (Yves Saint Laurent), and Oscar nominee Griffin Dunne (Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, War Machine) to the cast of Gore.
OUTLAW KING FROM DIRECTOR DAVID MACKENZIE COMMENCES PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN SCOTLAND
Hwang Dong-hyuk’s historical drama The Fortress (2017), receives its international premiere at Odeon Leicester Square as the opening first of this year’s London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) It will close with Takeshi Kitano’s latest yakuza film that completes the Outrage trilogy, Outrage Coda (2017). The festival runs 11 days from 19th to 29th October.
Plans to renew talent development and production programme revealed, alongside the successful final five SHORTFLIX films to be screened with Sky Arts.
Paddington™ to Become a Champion for Children in Support of UNICEF
UNICEF and Vivendi announce new partnership which will use the iconic bear as an inspiration to promote children’s rights around the world
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