The Godfather Trilogy… In London Shop Fronts

The thrilling story of an Italian-American crime familyKingston Upon ThamesStarring Academy Award winner...HornseyAnd Academy Award winner...Southwark The Codfather Trilogy (the third one's not as [Read entire story]

Fantastical Immersion: Secret Cinema’s Blade Runner

Sophia Shluger Fantastical Immersion: Secret Cinema's Blade Runner Secret Cinema Presents Blade Runner 4 Photo: Laura LittleWhat do acid rain and androids from the 80s [Read entire story]

Inside London’s Hidden Cinema Museum

Mustachioed Maurice Hardcastle proudly paces the corridors of Kennington's Cinema Museum, sporting a gold-trimmed, gravy brown James F Donald uniform and peaked cap, dating back to 1945. Debonair from head to toe, he [Read entire story]

Psst! There’s A Secret Doctor Who Museum In East London

Londonist Staff Psst! There's A Secret Doctor Who Museum In East London Consider yourself a Whovian? Well get yourself over to east London, where The Who Shop not only sells almost every single Doctor Who [Read entire story]

Oh. My. GOD! Friendsfest Is Returning To London This Year

Laura Reynolds Oh. My. GOD! Friendsfest Is Returning To London This Year Ever wanted to relax with a coffee in Central Perk, flop back into one of Monica's pristine armchairs or check out some darn cool fossils [Read entire story]

A Guide To London’s Outdoor Cinemas 2018

It wouldn't be summer in London without an onslaught of pop-up outdoor cinemas and rooftop film screenings. Whether you're into classic flicks or the newest releases, check out where you can get your al fresco film fix [Read entire story]

Michael Caine Leads Us Through His Swinging London Of The 1960s

Londonist talks to legendary cockney Michael Caine about London in the swinging 60s, his love for skyscrapers, and his lesser love for pie and mash.   Michael Caine surveys London from the top of the 1960s BT Tower, [Read entire story]

Will You Help Save London’s Remarkable Cinema Museum?

Robert Greene Will You Help Save London's Remarkable Cinema Museum? A true celebration of 20th century cinema, The Cinema Museum in Kennington is crammed full of cinematic memorabilia including carpets, [Read entire story]

A Brief But Fascinating History Of London’s Animation Studios

From the pioneering and downright weird, to household classics: London has a rich history of creating animated films. Jez Stewart, Animation Curator at the BFI National Archive, seeks out the studios behind them. The [Read entire story]