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Silent Screenings in Review: Pandora’s Box (1929)

By Joanna Richardson

The dark, low-lit theatre of the BFI is deliciously decadent in a fresh, contemporary way. Luxurious soft red velvet fold-down seats bear their number in embroidered gold; the walls fade unnoticeably and humbly dissolve around the red, regal, curtained screen. Continue reading

Rub shoulders with rising film stars!

David Katz reports on a promising new student film festival…

Many a film student has directed their way to fame and fortune  and The Cinematique! Student Film Festival, held at the BFI IMAX on Monday 4th July, is a chance to rub shoulders with some of the most promising rising stars in the student circuit today. Continue reading