Following on from the success of the autumn festival line-up, this spring sees a further three exciting festivals across London celebrating the very best in cinema.
Film4 is celebrating after Meryl Streep won Best Actress at last night's Oscars ceremony for her role as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady. The Iron Lady also won the Makeup Oscar at the glitzy 84th Academy Awards, for J. Roy Helland and Mark Coulier, making it a double-win for the Film4-backed film.
Be inspired by the beautiful cinematography of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and jet off to India with the country's premiere airline, Jet Airways, to discover Jaipur and Udaipur where the movie was set and shot.
Leading Asia specialist, Travel Indochina, has announced fantastic savings of up to £200 per couple off all brochured small group journeys to India to celebrate the release of British comedy, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, a fun India-set adventure with a glittering cast list, which is due to hit cinemas nationwide on 24th February 2012.
They are, perhaps, the 'real' stars of 50 years of James Bond films but not one of them has ever uttered a line in half a century of the famous movies.
'The Way', starring Martin Sheen and written and directed by his son Emilio Esteves, captivated audiences with its true story of hope and perseverance.
The UK’s favourite film of 2011 comes back to the big screen on Oscars night courtesy of Vue Cinemas.
New research reveals that the more films people watch, the more financially successful and happier they are.
Students, lecturers and staff at universities across the country have been given an opportunity to watch films for free by simply bringing along empty drinks cans to be recycled.
BT and Miramax have announced a licensing agreement that will bring films from the leading independent studio to BT Vision customers in the UK.
Fans of George Clooney heading to see his latest film the Descendants are in for a treat. In addition to swooning over Mr Clooney, film enthusiasts will have the opportunity to check out the breathtaking scenery of the Hawaiian islands where filming took place.
Didn’t catch the last series of The Only Way is Essex, fancy watching great movies such as The Expendables or The Aviator or seeing full seasons of Breaking Bad, Top Gear or Torchwood?
The 1911 Vauxhall C-Type “Prince Henry” and 1918 Vauxhall D Type Army Staff Car both feature in War Horse, Steven Spielberg’s new blockbuster. The film trailer features the Prince Henry racing against the War Horse across Dartmoor.
The iconic beauty of Dartmoor in Devon will be a must see destination in 2012 for fans of the Michael Morpurgo classic "War Horse" which is the subject of the much anticipated new Steven Spielberg movie released in the UK on 13 January.
One of the most famous movie cars in the world is to be sold by COYS the international car auctioneers at the Autosport International show in Birmingham on Saturday January 14th and it could go for as much as £100,000.
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