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London…on a regular

London is a metamorphosing entity, continually in flux and completely mutable. Like every scene, whether it be restaurants, bars and shops, things change. Something might be there one day, and gone the next, and the London clubbing scene is no different. In the last ten years things have obviously mutated, …



‘Fantastic Man’ – A film about William Onyeabor

When we’re not purveying (or should that be perving) over the latest trends and booty shaking to the latest tunes, we do quite enjoy a nice documentary. From director, Jake Sumner, Fantastic Man is an investigation into Nigerian musician, William Onyeabor. Brought to you by Noisey’s You Need To Hear …




London-based cult movie night, AMY GRIMEHOUSE, has become synonymous with interactive screenings and wig-on, in-character antics that worships the trashy, camp, cult, and transgressive, since its inception three years ago. So, who would be more perfect to host the John Waters Filth Festival.

The event, which takes place on …


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Jameson Empire Awards x Luke Drozd

Award season is well and truly upon us, and to celebrate the announcement of of the 2014 nominations for the Jameson Empire Awards, the Irish Whiskey company has done something rather cool. They’ve commissioned South London-based illustrator, Luke Drozd, to create a series of rather visually pleasing alternative film …



Fashion Now: Estonia

The British Fashion Council’s International Fashion Showcase is dedicated to celebrating London’s multicultural heritage, and this year Fashion Now: Estonia presents a film screening, designer’s talk and a drinks reception.

The film, Cold War and Fashion, explores the often uncharted waters of soviet fashion. The film gazes at the …




Vans’ dedication to inspire artists, musicians and creatives is integral to their ethos. Now, with their documentary series, #LIVINGOFFTHEWAL, they have taken that commitment further. By utilising story tellers from all around the world, the series seeks to explore people existing in alternative narratives through words, images and moving pictures.…



Short Sighted Cinema

Short Sighted Cinema will be taking over Ritzy Cinema, Brixton, on the 18th of next month for their February Edition. The evening will consist of screenings of short films from the leading and emerging underground talents in film-making, alongside Q&A, a bit of booze, and some top notch cinephilic banter.…



Unlock Art: Browsing the International Art Market

Tate and Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts have unveiled their second of eight films in the ‘Unlock Art’ series which will be released online, on a monthly basis. Unlock Art: Browsing the International Art Market, starring Sally Phillips (Crackanory, Miranda and Smack The Pony), explores our society’s ever growing fascination …



Premium Russian Vodka: A Whole New Level

Russian Standard Vodka, the world’s no. 1 premium vodka is taking their liquid courage to a whole new level.  Their new film in collaboration with Jason Silva(Emmy nominated filmmaker and futurist philosopher) titled “Russian Standard Vodka-Vodka As It Should Be 2013,” explores the wonder and convergence of nature and science. …



Preview: UK Film Festival 2013

Opening its door for the third year on November 11th, the UK Film festival will celebrate filmmaking talent from around the world. The festival offers awards for Best Short Film, Best Feature Film, Best Documentary, Best Animation, Best Music Video, Best British Short Film and Best Student Film as well …