World-renowned film maker and political activist to speak with city university professor.
Richard Lutz plunders the TV listings to find the movie of the week.
Richard Lutz dons his stetson for the TV movie of the week.
Richard Lutz digs through the night files to find movies from the wee hours on the box.
Richard Lutz charts another seven days in this crazy old goofy world.
Artrix to stage another classic drive-in movie.
Birmingham academic claims film “highlighting misrepresentation of marginalised people”.
Richard Lutz trawls through this week’s movies on the box to find the gems.
Richard Lutz picks the flix you gotta see on the crystal box this week.
All-round family entertainment in prospect.
Additional autism friendly screenings coming to Birmingham for the summer holidays.
Richard Lutz pays tribute to a classic newspaper movie on the box this week.
Alex Simpson tells of a cult gathering in Birmingham.
Richard Lutz wavers through another inchoate seven days.
Film festival selections announced.
Bromsgrove’s arts centre has fun in the sun for all.
Dave Woodhall listens to iconic film maker Don Letts about punk, reggae and parties.
Eleven films, three documentaries, ten days, three cinemas and countless stars.
Richard Lutz wrestles with the wreckage of another week.
Richard Lutz picks the best movie on TV this week
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Will heroes beat the villains on the big screen at Brindleyplace?
More cinemas to take part in community events.
Richard Lutz points the finger at a quartet of movies that will fill your crystal screen this week.
Best of British comes to city screen.
Details of city film festival made public.
Cinemas to stage special dedicated events.
Richard Lutz dredges the tv movie schedules for the film you just gotta see Well, sport fans, there’s some real ugly junk on the box this week when it comes to movies- though there is a peep of light with a Muppets’ effort called Kermit: The Swamp Years (Thurs, Sky Family, 2.50AM).…
Richard Lutz explains why this movie about love and generosity is the natural choice for the best film award this Sunday.
Richard Lutz gets all gung-ho about the most intriguing movie on the box this week