Balti expert Andy Munro says Johnny Depp could have done better when he visited Birmingham.
Showcasing Punjabi, Pakistani, Kashmiri, British and World films.
New short films from filmmakers, artists and animators.
Everything to Everybody Project announces First Folio tour and new exhibition.
Sixty eclectic in-person events throughout the city to escape with.
MAC makes Christmas merry and bright with festive event line-up.
Thrilling new Midlands-made movie set for general release.
Johnny Marr’s exclusive global livestream comes to Light House.
Premieres, classics and community involvement in latest showcase of Asian cinema.
Wolverhampton independent cinema to host series of inspirational cinema.
Season of summer films launched at giant screen.
17 projects and over 100 creative individuals featured.
Online and cinema screenings to be available for this year’s festival.
Classic films brought back on the giant screen.
Have the time of your life this bank holiday.
Cinema ready to welcome back customers.
The Tale of The Fatherless breaks barriers in community involvement.
Birmingham star introduces scholarship for arts training.
Last chance to snatch tickets for first ever UK drive-in drag show.
Family film T for Taj Mahal shown on at-home screenings.
Global audience reached for West Midlands arts organisations via digital programmes.
Fundraiser aims to finance new film project and support arts industry.
BritAsia fund launches new creative collaboration.
Enrolment now open to help meet demand for expanding industry.
World’s Stage – a multilingual celebration of Birmingham, Brummies and their Shakespeare.
Will Mapplebeck points the way to his Number One choice for best documentary.
Simon Hales listens in on the latest CBSO Online.
Richard Lutz on a question that won’t go away.
Everything to Everybody as the Bard collection goes global.
New #ChristmasinBham campaign highlights festive events, activities and gifts for locals and visitors.