Screen Yorkshire is running two new schemes in the hopes to provide local talent more industry links and employment.
Sam Griffiths talks us through the brilliance of film-maker P.T. Anderson.
Our review of Quentin Tarantino’s latest effort, Django Unchained.
In just over a year since it was put online, York Student Television’s production Checkmate has been viewed over 10,000…
John Donnelly reviews brand new mob thriller Gangster Squad.
A review of the profoundly moving new feature film Amour.
The fashionista’s perspective on the beautiful people at this year’s Golden Globes.
Alysia Judge reviews the brilliant and brutal new screen adaptation of Les Mis.
A former York St John student is in the running for an academy award!
This year’s Oscar nominations are IN!
Film buff James Arden turns his expert eye on this year’s BAFTA nominees.
The Centre for Lifelong Learning is a treasure trove of courses, ranging from archaeology to urban horticulture. Offering short courses…
Last month Douglas Hart, founder of Jesus and the Mary Chain, visited the York Picturehouse for a Q&A following the screening of a series of short films called “A Joy of Six”.
In much the same way as Paul Thomas Anderson’s previous feature, 2008′s There Will Be Blood, The Master begins with…
On November 22nd City Screen is hosting ‘The Joy of Six’. Soda Pictures and New British Cinema Quarterly present a…
It’s 1979 in Tehran and the Iranian people raid the US Embassy taking everyone hostage. Retaliation for America sheltering their…