Seth Macfarlane’s Ted invades London

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane's comic creation Ted recently "invaded" London in the run-up to the film's debut on DVD and Blu-ray...

Top 10 Things To See At Warner Bros. Harry Potter Tour

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter is most definitely Top 10 Films approved. But what is there to see? And what were our favoruite bits? Keep reading to find out...

Interview: Elstree Studios Boss Talks About Being Back With The A List

After a brief period out of the limelight, one of British cinema's most famous film studios is making a comeback. Elstree Studios chief Roger Morris talks to Daniel Stephens.

Review: Heartless

Philip Ridley's brilliant Heartless sees scarred Londoner Jamie Morgan (Jim Sturgess) make a pact with the devil in this tragic tale of isolation and madness.

Review: Cherry Tree Lane

Paul Andrew Williams, writer-director of London To Brighton and The Cottage, goes behind the camera for another one of his screenplays in this taut, stylised home invasion thriller. Cherry Tree Lane is similar in set-up to The Strangers and the
Posted On 10 Oct 2011

55th BFI London Film Festival

The programme for the 55th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express launched today by Artistic Director Sandra Hebron, celebrates the imagination and excellence of international filmmaking from both established and emerging talent. Over 16 days the Festival...

Review: Children of Men

Daniel Stephens takes a look back at Alfonso Cuaron's powerful, dystopian sci-fi starring Clive Owen, Julianne Moore and Michael Caine.

Review: An Education

Carey Mulligan is delightful in Brit coming-of-age drama An Education. It’s London, 1961. Jenny is stuck between childhood and adulthood. She excels at school and has a real chance of being accepted at the elite Oxford University. At home she sings to French...