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East Dulwich Picturehouse is coming!

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“I thought these things got done at night when no-one was looking,” said Tim, from Franklins, “but now they are done by arrangement, and painted in the daytime. It’s all looking marvellous” So was the […]

Gaumont comes home‏

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A free outdoor screening of rare Edwardian films on the site of the original Gaumont film studios in Camberwell on 30th August 2014. The Gaumont film company set up their studio near Dog Kennel Hill, […]

The Lost Romance of Elizabeth Linley

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Visitors to Dulwich Picture Gallery will know Elizabeth Linley immediately: the love-struck 18-year-old with her sister Mary in Gainsborough’s show-stopping double portrait. The more loyal may remember a later painting, lent from Washington for the […]

Extraordinarily gripping LORE + Q&A with author

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This Thursday, 19 June, The Bigger Picture Film Club presents the visually stunning LORE, which is based on the book ‘The Dark Room’ by Rachel Seiffert who will be introducing the film and giving a Q&A […]

GalleryFilm serves up the best of films in a convivial club atmosphere

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Liz Buchanan, who heads the GalleryFilm team at Dulwich Picture Gallery, admits they do not always get it right. “This season we have tried to appeal to our filmgoers by listening to what they want. […]

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

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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!

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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

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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 […]

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