Vampires »

Vampires are said to be humans who once cheated death by drinking the blood of others and must therefore continue to drink the Read more…

MOMI »

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The Museum of the Moving Image (MOMI) is situated within the BFI’s South Bank complex, promoting British film and television culture. Established in Read more…

Chuck Jones »

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Chuck Jones (1912-2002)

Chuck Jones is an American motion-picture animator, writer, director, and producer, known for his work on many classic animated films. Read more…

Rock Hudson »

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Rock Hudson (Schere, Roy, Jr.) (1925-1985) As the independent movie Rock Hudson’s Home Movies (1992) argues, Hudson’s career represents a telling lie embedded Read more…

Sean Connery »

One of the few British actors who can sell a film on name alone, Sean Connery was born Thomas Connery in Fountainbridge, a Read more…

Avant-garde Cinema »

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The British avant-garde film movement surfaced in the late 1960s when it was stimulated by the London Film-Makers’ Co-operative (LFMC) and by American Read more…

Saint Louis Blues »

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Saint Louis Blues (1929), a two-reel short written by William C. Handy and Kenneth W. Adams, was one of the first talking films Read more…

Film Music »

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Though the first cinema films had no sound track, the early picture palaces were not silent. To blot out noise from the projector Read more…

Pinewood Studios »

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Located twenty miles west of London and named after the pine trees in the grounds, Pinewood has been at the heart of both Read more…

Film Awards »

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British awards are conferred by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), British Film Institute Awards, Evening Standard British Film Awards, Read more…