Birmingham arts centre falls victim to pandemic.
Funding boost for Wolverhampton’s Light House cinema.
The Birmingham arts scene is coming to you wherever you are. Jessica Harris with details.
Julia Osborn guides us through an eerie tale of The Two Harveys.
Richard Lutz witnesses change and immutability as 2020 approaches.
Classic films season to air at arts centre.
Blue plaque unveiled in honour of Madeleine Carroll.
Richard Lutz takes in a long eulogy to the Mafia life.
Birmingham graduate offers advice to budding film makers.
University of Birmingham study breaks down key to Bond franchise’s longevity.
Aim is to make festival accessible to all.
Light House asking for ‘Magnificent’ partners to ride to the rescue.
George Clooney boost for campaign to keep cinema open.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a moving journey through the past.
Harry Potter star also urges public to help find yellow hat.
Ten day festival set to attract international and UK artists to historic Midlands town.
Ever wanted to be in films? Here’s your chance.
Southside Cinema to screen end of summer classics.
Flatpack Projects brings free family screenings and craft workshops to the Mailbox.
Ninth time unlucky for victims of horror fest.
Sold-out screenings and emerging talent the highspots of screen showcase.
Eat, drink, shop and watch TV in comfort.
Award-winning actor Jack Loy talks about growing up in Birmingham and appearing in Wolverhampton.
Grab your popcorn, pull up a deckchair and enjoy.
A joyous programme of events promised throughout the city.
New pink Indian film wave lands in Birmingham during Pride month.
Celebrating ten years of exceptional performance from Europe’s four corners.
Fifth anniversary of groundbreaking cinema event.
Stephen Pennell talks to Brummie film maker George Francis.
Richard Lutz grabs a barstool for a 3D version of the original Mother of Invention.