The FrightFest All-Nighter 14 returns to its spiritual home, The Prince Charles Cinema, on Saturday October 25, with five killer titles, including the world premiere of Anthony DiBlasi’s LAST SHIFT.
LONDON, BFI SOUTHBANK – Wednesday 19 February 2014: At a public launch event, the BFI has announced BFI FLARE: London LGBT Film Festival as the new name for its long running London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. Reinforcing its commitment to making the best contemporary and archive LGBT cinema available to wider audiences across the UK.
Speed, destination and time – it’s no wonder why trains have racked up a certain allure when it comes to a filming location. From the Lumière brothers, early 20th century cinema to today’s releases, films set in, on or around trains have always had a certain magnetism.