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Top 5 Chillingly Cool Halloween Parties

Get your Thriller on and boooOOOoogie on down

A New Kind of Art: Turner Prize 2018

This year’s shortlisted artists push boundaries with four thought-provoking installations at Tate Britain

5 Fangtastic Halloween Film Screenings

Events for hardcore horror mega-fans and self-confessed Hallowimps

This Week: 8 – 15 Oct

As October gets into full swing, London celebrates the season and there’s something for everyone with food, fashion and fun aplenty.

5 Films to Catch at London Film Festival

Films for the hopeless romantic, the thrillseeker, and the kiddiewinks too

5 Intriguing Autumnal Activities

Your definitive list of things to do for an enchanting autumn in leaf-blown London

An interview with Jane Giles

Ahead of the publication of a new book about the Scala, we chat to author Jane Giles about celebrating the cinema’s legacy.

Top 5: Ways To Pretend It's Still Summer

5 things that will take you back to July, when the heatwave was still upon us and we still had a chance to bring football home...

Film review – King of Thieves

The famous Hatton Garden robbery that made headlines in 2015 is turned into a feature film staring Michael Cain.

Audrey Hepburn: Beyond the Screen

Proud Galleries celebrates the movie icon with a collection of rare photographs.

Sounds and Sorcery

The Vaults are host to an inventive and imaginative conception of Disney’s cult film ‘Fantasia’, interpreted as an immersive environment of installations and performance.

Top 5 summer films

As the heat wave ranges on, spend a bit of time indoors with these hot films!

An Interview with Tony Lee Moral, expert

Tony will introduce some of the director’s masterpieces at Regent Street Cinema’s Hitchcock Summer Season

This week: 25 June – 1 July

What have you got planned this week?

Magically speaking…

We talked to designer Kitty Callister ahead of the Vaults exciting new immersive “Disney Fantasia” experience.

Film Review: Hereditary

The acclaimed new horror film from first-time director Ari Aster grips with an emotionally-loaded setup, instilling a sense of dread before taking the viewer on a nightmarish walking-tour of the psycho-supernatural. *May contain spoilers*

Film and cinema are a hugely important part of London's cultural life. We bring you interviews with the actors, directors and creative teams involved in making film as well as all the latest news on film screenings, events, cinema and film festivals in London.