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Festivals / UK

The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq to open Cambridge

The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq to open Cambridge

Festival to focus on Catalan and new German cinema  

08/08/2014 | Festivals | UK

London set for waterborne treats at the Floating Cinema

London set for waterborne treats at the Floating Cinema

Documentaries and shorts from Eastern and Western Europe are to screen on a special boat  

31/07/2014 | Festivals | UK

BFI London Film Festival plays The Imitation Game

BFI London Film Festival plays The Imitation Game

Alan Turing biopic stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley  

22/07/2014 | Festivals | UK

Hide and Seek wins Edinburgh

Hide and Seek wins Edinburgh

Eddie Marsan wins Best Performance for Still Life  

30/06/2014 | Festivals | UK

Amos Gitai, Niki Karimi to Chair Edinburgh juries

Amos Gitai, Niki Karimi to Chair Edinburgh juries

Competition juries across categories announced  

11/06/2014 | Festivals | UK

Hyena set to open Edinburgh

Hyena set to open Edinburgh

Film to vie with eight other films for £20,000 Michael Powell Award  

12/05/2014 | Festivals | UK

We’ll Never Have Paris to close Edinburgh

We’ll Never Have Paris to close Edinburgh

Festival’s Focus on Germany strand reveals titles  

30/04/2014 | Festivals | UK

DepicT!: a festival of minute-and-a-half-long films

DepicT!: a festival of minute-and-a-half-long films

Bristol’s challenging ultra-short film competition launches its call for entries, which will end on 7 July  

01/04/2014 | Festivals | UK

London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival rebranded as Flare

London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival rebranded as Flare

28th edition of festival to be programmed thematically like the London Film Festival  

20/02/2014 | Festivals | UK

The Grand Budapest Hotel and Under The Skin to bookend Glasgow

The Grand Budapest Hotel and Under The Skin to bookend Glasgow

Confirmed guests include agnés b, George Sluizer, Richard Ayoade and Roger Christian  

22/01/2014 | Festivals | UK