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Top UK Filming Locations

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Win a £50 Everyman Cinema voucher!

Indulge in a cinema trip with a lavish twist. Everyman Cinemas provide film lovers across the UK with a premium cinema experience - not a sticky floor or rogue popcorn kernel in sight!

Win a The Hate U Give bundle

Starr Carter is constantly switching between two worlds: the poor, mostly black, neighborhood where she lives and the rich, mostly white, prep school she attends. The uneasy balance between these worlds is shattered when Starr witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer.

This Week 14 – 20 January

Stuck for something to do this week? We've got you covered...

This week 07 – 13 January

From fright nights to folk singing, check out our top picks for the week ahead

Top indie cinemas in the South of the UK

We drew a line through the Midlands and found the most interesting cinemas across the South of the UK

Top indie cinemas in the North of the UK

We drew a line through the Midlands and found the most interesting cinemas across the North of the UK

“Idris gave me one of the greatest gifts of my career"

We spoke to Aml Ameen, star of ‘Yardie’, about Method acting for Idris Elba, music, London vs. LA, and fitting in

“O heavenly mingle!”

Antony & Cleopatra has scooped awards and wowed critics – now this love story of historic proportions is hitting cinemas as part of NT Live on 6th December

FILM: December's Cinematic Confectionary Box

December is upon us! And we all know what that means… No, we’re not talking mulled wine or mince pies – here at Culture Calling we have our eyes firmly fixed on the cinematic feast in store.

This week: 26 - 02 December

Our top picks this week include Christmas craft, witch craft, fairy tales and Love Actually with a live orchestra.

FILM REVIEW: Suspiria (2018)

Taking Dario Argento’s supernatural shocker Suspiria (1977) as the blueprint, Guadagnino serves up a cerebral, beguiling film

Armistice Day 100 years

Find events to commemorate and learn about the end of World War One.

This week: 05 - 11 November

This week’s culture scene is full of food for thought, inspired by science, nature and history

Hounslow calling: Ambreen Razia

We catch up with the writer/actress about her new show on BBC Three

This week: 29 - 04 November

With Hallowe’en on Wednesday and Bonfire Night celebrations this weekend, the festive season is kicking off with a bang!

Go Green!: Environmentally Friendly Bristol

This week is Recycling Week, and what better way to observe it than to take part in some environmentally friendly activities in Bristol, the first UK city to be named the European Green Capital back in 2015!

FILM REVIEW: Bliss!

The North of England meets Norway in Bliss! a bizarre tale in which a girl attempts to find her father. Out on VOD channels from 24 September.

Films to look forward to from Venice Film Festival!

Why not check out our summary of what films to (and what not to!) look forward to from the Venice Biennale? With many of the films soon to be streamed on Netflix, you’ll soon be able to get a taste of the world’s oldest film festival right from your sofa!

FILM REVIEW: Dusty and Me

Dusty & Me, the touching story of a boy and his greyhound, is Northern England’s answer to Ladybird, and will be released on VOD channels on 1 October!

“To torture yourself like this is a luxury.”

The latest play to grace the stage of the National’s Lyttelton Theatre is “Julie” starring Vanessa Kirby. But you don’t need to be in London to see this exploration of decadence and self-sabotage, it’s being screened around the UK on 6 September!

“On the threshold between life and death”

We chatted to Mark Espiner, a Director from collaborative theatre company Sound&Fury about their immersive sound installation Charlie Ward, which places audiences in the heart of a makeshift wartime hospital.

FILM REVIEW: Tracking Edith - A Spy with A Conscience

Mysterious, elusive, enigmatic: Edith Tudor-Hart was a woman who lived many different lives in her sixty-five years. In Tracking Edith director Peter Stephan Jungk attempts to expose the woman behind the rumours.

FILM REVIEW: Mad to Be Normal

Mad to Be Normal, the biopic focused on the radical and innovative psychiatric treatments conducted by Dr. Ronald David Laing, will be released on VOD channels on 13 August!

A Guide to Summer Films

As the heat wave ranges on, spend a bit of time indoors with these hot films!

French Independence Day: Top 5 French Films

For French Independence Day we've compiled a list of the Top 5 most innovative, influential, powerful and simply beautiful French films, spanning through the entire history of cinema!

A Sherlock Holmes Lover's Sight-Seeing Guide

Today is Sherlock Holmes Day, so grab your pipe and deer-stalker and check out these sites that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s celebrated novels!

FILM REVIEW: Annihilation

Our review of new Netflix addition and sci-fi star Annihilation!

A Film Lover's Guide to Podcasts

The best things to plug into and listen to if you're a fan of the silver screen!

A Guide to Outdoor Cinemas

The best outdoor spots to watch films, whether it's under the stars, lounging in the sun or floating in a pool...

Classic Films on Netflix Right Now

When you've had your fill of Breaking Bad and Stranger Things, kick back and relax with some classics from the silver screen.

Top 5 Independent Cinemas in the Midlands

Our round up of the best places in the Midlands to catch the newest blockbusters as well as the arthouse indies.

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