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‘Rust and Bone’ – a gritty romance – 17 April


Are you free on Thursday evening?  The Bigger Picture Film Club’s April screening is a powerfully engaging Belgian/French film, beginning at 8pm upstairs at the East Dulwich Tavern. Read the Guardian review below. RUST AND […]

The Herne Hill Free Film Festival Is back!


After a strong start in 2013 with 8 screenings including outdoor events at Station Square, Brockwell Park and Brockwell Lido and a successful 48hr Film Challenge, planning is already underway for this year’s festival which […]

Art-house & independent film – Picturehouse unveils new look plans for a cinema in Lordship Lane


We’re lacking a space where we can all celebrate brilliant film making Since living in East Dulwich, I’ve questioned why a small creative alcove like ours, lacks any type of neutral cinema space? When I say […]

RUSSIAN ARK – ‘One of the most astonishing films ever made’


The Bigger Picture Film Club is screening Russian Ark on Thursday 20 March, upstairs at the East Dulwich Tavern. It is one of the most staggering technical achievements in cinema—a single shot lasting 95 minutes […]

GalleryFilm – for those who want to experience the best of film history in a club atmosphere


“By speaking to our regular filmgoers we have now got a very good idea of what they want to see,” says Liz Buchanan, who heads the GalleryFilm team. “Last season was pretty dark, this time […]

Rebel Heart – A Personal Story from Dulwich that took TEDx by Storm


A personal story from Dulwich stole the show at TEDx Covent Garden Women in December. Dulwich resident and best-selling author Yang-May Ooi shared her “coming out” story to a 250 strong audience, inspiring them to rise […]

VIDEO: Scream for the Lewisham dream


‘What town has a library, what town has a pharmacy, what town has a KFC, what town has a big kitty… scream for the Lewisham dream’. A daft but catchy song for Lewisham by Cesar Laser. […]

New team promises thrills and laughter at the new season of GalleryFilm


‘At the last showing we had to send people home, the auditorium was packed as much as the law permits. There were quite a few disappointed faces as we had to turn them down.’ Liz […]

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