Star of the 1950 film noir classic, Gun Crazy, as well as cult horror Night of the Demon, dies.
The Commonwealth War Graves Foundation presents an open-air screening at Brookwood Military Cemetery of the 1958 war film, Carve Her Name With Pride.
The Commonwealth War Graves Foundation presents an open-air screening at Brookwood Military Cemetery of the 1958 war film, Carve Her Name With Pride
Hideaways holiday cottages publishes an article about Cornwall’s contribution to British film history.
Hideaways holiday cottages publishes an article about Cornwall’s contribution to British film history
Humberts estate agents are overseeing the sale by Vivien Leigh’s grandchildren of her former home in Wiltshire
At the Minack Theatre, Cornwall, the Shattered Windscreen Theatre Company presents Bryony Lavery's adaptation of the legend of the wicked Lady Skelton.
The Wicked Lady performed as a play at the Minack Theatre
BBC Radio 3 to broadcast a new drama about the making of the 1961 film, Victim, starring Dirk Bogarde. Written by Sarah Wooley.
New BBC 3 radio drama about the making of the 1961 film, Victim
The last of the Gainsborough Girls, British actress Jean Kent, has died aged 92.
Jean Kent, British actress, dies aged 92
Diaries and letters of the British theatre knight, Alec Guinness, have been acquired by the British Library.
Alec Guinness letters and diaries sold to the British Library
A striking red and black open-top car, bought by British film star Margaret Lockwood with one of her first film cheques, is to be sold at auction
Margaret Lockwood’s 1938 Delage Tourer goes under the hammer
British film star of the 1940s, Dulcie Gray, has died aged 95
Dulcie Gray, British actress, dies aged 95
British actress Patricia Roc is the subject of a new biography called Goddess of the Odeons, by Michael Hodgson.
Patricia Roc biography to be released, written by Michael Hodgson
British film star of the 1940s and wife of Stewart Granger, Jean Simmons, has died aged 80.
Jean Simmons, British actress, dies aged 80
Showroom Cinema presents an extensive season of films in partnership with the British Film Institute (BFI).
The Stars Look Down in Sheffield cinema mining season
Philip French, the Observer’s film critic, adds actress Joan Greenwood to his ‘Screen Legends’ series.
Joan Greenwood in Philip French’s Screen Legends Guardian article
At the Coal Face Night from the BBC.
The Stars Look Down in British coal mining BBC TV evening
Agatha Christie’s play, originally written for Margaret Lockwood, restaged and sent on a British tour.
New production of Spider’s Web goes on tour
Ealing’s classic film comedy remade as a musical opens at a Scottish theatre.
Musical version of Whisky Galore! opens at the Pitlochry Theatre
British director and writer recognised with a season of screenings, including Night Train to Munich.
Sidney Gilliat season at the BFI in November 2008
Many old advertising posters and paintings have been uncovered during renovation works at Paris Metro stations.
The Man in Grey poster found in the Paris Metro