New art will celebrate Ty’s legacy

Nigerian–British hip hop legend Ty – the unofficial Mayor of Brixton – who passed this year due to complications related to Covid-19, will be...

Filming a Windrush story in the pandemic

Richard Haas meets student film maker Kaleb D’Aguilar who contended with coronavirus to make a short film that highlights the injustices of the Windrush...

The Bugle features in new independent film

South of the River is a new film starring Alex Gillison and Joe Watkins. Described as an ode to rock'n'roll. South of the River stars...

A central part of Brixton …

Simone Richardson on the sad news of the closure of Brixton’s historic Ritzy cinema How ironic is it that the Ritzy and other Cineworld cinemas...

Brixton bard Alex Wheatle features in BBC’s Small Axe series

Alex Wheatle – the Brixton Bard – is at the centre of one of the five short plays in Small Axe, the eagerly awaited BBC...

Little Wing Film Festival 2020

https://vimeo.com/458984241 Little Wing Film Festival is a UK grassroots film festival for students, graduates, and emerging filmmakers. With support from the BFI, Mayor of London,...

Black History Month films for Brixton arts space

Brixton Village’s new contemporary arts space is hosting weekly film screenings during October – Black History Month. The space is on the first floor of Market...

South Social Film Festival Turns Five

South Social Film Festival is an independent pop-up cinema that has found itself all over South London from Borough to Dulwich, from Elephant &...

Free courses in photography, graphic design and film

The Factory Production House "Step Up" is a new free online project for anyone 19+ living in Lambeth. Photofusion and 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning will...

New short film Stationary explores how a single moment can define...

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSvsRe4hqCs&feature=youtu.be Stationary is a new short film written and directed by Louis Chan that premiered on Million Youth Media ‘MYM’`s Youtube channel in July. Taking place...

Local writer Simon Lewis on his new film Four Kids &...

Jessica Dyer catches up with local writer Simon Lewis during lockdown to hear about the new film he has written, what it's like working...

Film of the week: Day One Komonopromo by Keith...

It’s the 10th anniversary of Day One Komonopromo which won Brixton director Keith Musaman Morton an award at the NYC international Independent Film Festival....

Short films to explore virtual existence

A new London-based short film app Minute Shorts, which allows users to watch short films on the go, is organising an online screening event...

Blue Story will change the way we view crime drama

Ruby Gregory watches Blue Story, the new film that got publicity for the wrong reason From YouTube to Paramount Pictures, Rapman (Andrew Onwubolu) has been...

Brixton virtual reality tour ‘a magical experience’

The creators of a stunning virtual reality tour of Brixton are delighted to announce a new home for the exhibition after audiences flocked to...

From Brixton and around the world in search of steel pans

Simone Richardson learns how Keith Musuman Morton created his steel pan documentary film Birmingham-born Keith Musuman Morton calls Brixton home after living here for 10...

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Typical is about an evening that white people will never experience. It is a sharp and angry exploration of life for a black man...

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