Ab Fab – the afterparty at Liberty London

OMG – absolutely fabulous! The flowers alone must run into the thousands. What a great party after the world premiere. Every angle covered – beautifully dressed guests, great DJ and disco dance floor, gallons of Bolly,  Stoli clever cocktails, bags of sweeties and glitter everywhere. If Eddy were to describe the mood: Sex, bitch, aristo, sex, punk, whore, […]

#Movie #Review #Berlinale 2016 – Bee’s Bunch

In February there is one unmissable thing in Berlin – the Berlinale. As usual, this film festival is about being eclectic and not all about ‘the competition.’ So the 16 films our reviewer, Sabine ‘Bee’ Koch, got to see, ranged from Japanese thrillers, Iranian ghost stories and the very first queer movie  – 1919’s silent […]

How to do the Berlinale – an insider’s tips

Some advice from a seasoned veteran on “How to do the Berlinale” It’s February in Berlin and that means The Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin, known as the Berlinale, and it’s dominating the face of my town writes Sabine Koch, guest contributor. During the 10 days of films, parties, markets you can get a glimpse of the world of […]

Vauxhall Motors Presents: ‘Made in England’ by Katy England

In celebration of 110 years of car manufacturing, Vauxhall has commissioned leading fashion stylist Katy England to create a short film, exploring all that is great about British style and design. ‘Made in England’ captures a 24 hour window of life in Britain in 2013. A lone driver journeys through countryside and cityscape alike in the […]

ICA Off-site: Cinema on the Steps Contemporary Middle Eastern Film

The ICA has partnered with Qatar Museums Authority to bring a selection of contemporary Middle Eastern artists’ films to the Duke of York Steps adjacent to the Institute to celebrate Qatar UK 2013 Year of Culture. This event forms part of its next off-site project from 20 – 22 August 2013 offering audiences outdoor cinema […]

Dates for Paloma Faith with The Guy Barker Orchestra – Symphonic Grace Tour 2013

The Symphonic Grace tour will see Paloma Faith team up with 42-piece Guy Barker Orchestra to present full-blown orchestral arrangements of her own material mixed with classic jazz ballads, backing singers and fabulous costumes – expect Paloma Faith at her most epic. Tue 22 Oct 13  Bristol Colston Hall  0844 887 1500   www.colstonhall.org   Wed […]

Beefeater Gin Announces #mylondon Film Fest Winners

Beefeater, the world’s best-selling premium gin, which launched #MyLondon Film Fest, a three-month competition for independent and amateur filmmakers to celebrate the unique spirit of the Capital announced the winners at a gala screening on 13th August 2013. Guests at the Roxy Cinema and Bar in Borough London were treated to an evening of winning […]

Love Letter to Alan Partridge from the people of Norwich

Dear Alan,   We can’t believe it’s been almost 15 years since your triumph on Radio Norwich’s Traffic Buster drive time slot propelled you into the Top Eight BBC Sports Reporters list! It’s been one hell of a journey for both of us since then. Perhaps not as incident-packed as your Toblerone-fuelled and shoeless trip to Dundee […]

Grey Goose toasts Barbra Streisand in New York

At the 40th Chaplin Award Gala in New York, Grey Goose hosted a cocktail reception for guests celebrating the film career of Barbra Streisand. Guests were welcomed by Grey Goose Brand Ambassador Joe McCanta to the Avery Fisher Hall  for The Film Society Of Lincoln Center’s 40th Chaplin Award Gala with dinner by Chef Daniel Boulud, followed […]

Merging Fashion, Literature and Film with Bex & Julz

Bex & Julz is an innovative new production company that explores and facilitates the potential links and collaborations within fashion, literature, music and film. Bex & Julz will launch on March 2013 with the screening of four films that showcase the imaginative and groundbreaking nature of this exciting new concept. The films, Morph, Waiting, The […]