Birmingham celebrates a centenary of Indian cinema next month, as the Bollywood 100 in Birmingham Festival comes to town.
Two visionary films about surveillance on tv this week, says Richard Lutz
A short film created by recent graduates of Coventry University’s media production course has been shortlisted for an award at one of America’s leading lifestyle film festivals.
Laurence Inman casts a critical eye on the art of Shakespeare.
For a second year, Flatpack Festival has teamed up with Colmore Business District (CBD) to bring Film Bug, a mini festival of film, to Birmingham’s business district
Jerome Turner invites anyone with a box of old cine reels to come along and have them projected at 8mm Cine Club’s first visit to Flatpack Festival.
Dave Woodhall talks to one of the British film industry’s rising stars.
Birmingham based children’s publisher Aku & Kamu is celebrating the transition of their flagship characters onto the small screen
Laurence Inman praises the work ethic, eschews the money ethic and comments on Birmingham’s architectural heritage.
Ladies across the region can treat themselves to a special screening of one of the nation’s favourite chick flicks at a special charity event set to be held at the largest screen in the Midlands this March.
Richard Lutz warns about how the old fashioned media are stealing from social media sites
Promising filmmakers hoping to follow in the footsteps of animator Nick Park are being given the opportunity to learn new skills through an innovative project in Wolverhampton and Shropshire.
A talented film-maker from the University of Wolverhampton has clinched two international awards for her 3D film.
"Face the truth. No one is important. ‘Love’ is a word with many sides, not all of them up."
Richard Lutz sees two film masterpieces, one still in the cineplexes and the other 30 years old
A group of school children from West Bromwich have been working alongside an internationally renowned video artist at The Public, as part of an exciting artistic project.
The revolutionary, documentary style film, Cathy Come Home, directed by one of Britain’s most critically acclaimed film-makers, Ken Loach, is showing at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts on Saturday 10 November 2012.
A documentary made by a senior lecturer from Coventry University is to have its film festival premiere at the 2012 West Midlands Human Rights Film Festival in Birmingham tomorrow.
A student film society at Coventry University has won a prestigious accolade at last weekend’s ‘Film Society of the Year’ awards