Voluntary Film Networking Event Assistant Wanted Jul31

Voluntary Film Netwo...

Film Oxford are looking for a volunteer to help run the Filmmakers Networking Night, an “Open Mic” night for local filmmakers to show off and get feedback for their work, whether it be completed films or “work in progress”. The group have been running for several years and meet up...

UK Box Office Jul31

UK Box Office

Three years ago, Rise of the Planet of the Apes had the misfortune to face the arrival of The Inbetweeners Movie on its second week of release. While hardly occupying the same space in terms of mood and genre, the TV spinoff sucked up a huge cinema audience, and Rise fell 49% at the...

Ghostbusters Jul31

Ghostbusters

Three university parapsychologists lose their research grant and their credibility when the Dean decides that their theories, methods and conclusions have no place in his august institution. Out of a job, they decide to go into business for themselves, setting up as professional paranormal...

Simon West Jul30

Simon West

The Hollywood director Simon West is offering British investors the chance to share the glamour – and profit – of the movie business by investing in his next film. British-born West, whose previous work includes Tomb Raider, Expendables 2 and the cult hit Con Air, is now set to direct...

FrightFest 2014 Jul30

FrightFest 2014

Film4 FrightFest 2014 has announced a hugely exciting lineup of special guests, with horror legend Robert Englund the headline name to be making an appearance at this year’s fest. The man behind Freddy Krueger will be attending the festival to help celebrate the 30th anniversary of A...

Kill Bill Jul30

Kill Bill

Quentin Tarantino has revealed that his original vision for Kill Bill, subtitled The Whole Bloody Affair, is on its way to cinemas in 2015. Before bowing to studio pressure and splitting it in half, Tarantino had originally planned to release Kill Bill as one, ultra-long film, including a...

Lord of the Rings Jul30

Lord of the Rings

Good and evil: weapons that battled on screen to be ‘Lord of the Rings’ are offered for sale at the Bonhams Turner Classic Movies auction Two of the most powerful and magical weapons to feature in J.R.R Tolkien’s novels – the wizard Saruman’s staff and...

Welcome to Purgatory Jul29

Welcome to Purgatory

CUPSOGUE PICTURES are pleased to announce that actors James Buckley, known for his role as Jay in the hugely successful British TV series ‘The Inbetweeners’, and Bruce Campbell, known for his roles in many cult horror films including ‘The Evil Dead’ have both joined the cast of...

Secret Cinema Jul25

Secret Cinema

Secret Cinema Presents Back to the Future, is our most ambitious production to date out of the 45 large scale productions.  Unfortunately, we have experienced some difficulties and have had to cancel tonight along with the remainder of this first weekend and plan to re-open next Thursday...

The Messenger Jul24

The Messenger

Gateway Films and Ratio Film are delighted to announce principal photography on feature film The Messenger has commenced.   Shooting on location in the UK, The Messenger is written by Andrew Kirk and will be directed by double BAFTA and Emmy award-winning director David Blair (Best Laid...

UK Box Office Jul24

UK Box Office

Whichever way you look at it, studio Fox has succeeded in positioning Dawn of the Planet of the Apes as a bigger movie event than its 2011 predecessor, Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Dawn’s opening weekend of £7.1m plus £1.61m in previews compares with £4.73m plus £1.1m in previews...

Edgar Wright Jul23

Edgar Wright

Edgar Wright is finally rebounding from the Ant-Man fiasco, getting back on the horse and making a new movie. His last, The World’s End, was a summer tonic in 2013, butAnt-Man has made fans feel like it’s been ages since we’ve seen a new Wright film. Fortunately,...

Ant-Man Jul23

Ant-Man

Corey Stoll was cast in Ant-Man just before Edgar Wright left the project, but while the actor might be forgiven for feeling disappointed to see his director jump ship, he’s still extremely excited about how the film is going to turn out. “I’m absolutely thrilled,” says Stoll of his...

Back to the Future Jul17

Back to the Future

Secret Cinema launches its own Back to the Future Hill Valley website www.hillvalleycalifornia.com which will be key to unlocking further secrets about its most ambitious production to date for the ‘Secret Cinema presents’ brand and will enable ticket holders to begin their journey into...

UK Box Office Jul17

UK Box Office

Injecting fresh energy into a becalmed market after a blockbuster-free five-week period with no film grossing £5m in a single frame, Transformers: Age of Extinction lands with a splashy £11.75m. That’s the biggest debut of the year, ahead of X-Men: Days of Future Past (£9.14m) and The...

The Hateful Eight Jul16

The Hateful Eight

We have an update on Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight for you this morning, and while the film has been delayed from its original schedule, it’s happily not too drastic a setback. Kurt Russell has been discussing his potential involvement with the film and has let slip that the...

Ant-Man Jul10

Ant-Man

Michael Douglas has been speaking about Edgar Wright’s sudden departure from Ant-Man, with the star expressing his regret that things turned out the way they did. “Yeah, he’s a wonderful talent,” said Douglas. “It was very disappointing, yeah. It was a big disappointment, and more...

Dumbo Jul10

Dumbo

Disney is preparing to mine the vaults for another remake of a timeless classic, with the news that a live-action update of Dumbo is apparently on the way. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the new version of the film involves “the adaptation of the original movie, adding a unique family...

Ant-Man Jul09

Ant-Man

Marvel has recruited a pair of new writers to lend a hand on the Ant-Man script, with Gabriel Ferrari and Andrew Barrer set to join the project. The script has been few a fair few drafts by this stage, with Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish writing the original, before Eric Pearson was brought on...

State of the Art Cinema Jul07

State of the Art Cin...

Film Distributors’ Association (FDA) is, for the second year, to present ‘State of the Art Cinema’, a free public exhibition offering an interactive experience of contemporary film poster design and photography. Comprising around 75 stylish artworks and insightful images, the new...

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