Articles Posted in the " Walt Disney " Category

  • On The Adventures of Prince Achmed and the silhouette film

    On the 19th November the earliest animated feature film in existence will be playing at the The Pipeline in London. Lotte Reiniger’s gorgeous The Adventures Of Prince Achmed (1926) is a masterpiece; breathing life, magic, music and spectacle into cardboard marionettes with mind-bending skill. Read on, learn more and for goodness sake, make sure you go and watch it.

  • Top 5 London Summer Film Events

    What do you mean, you haven’t meticulously planned your summer around the amazing film events which are going on all over London? You’re not right, mate. Fortunately, we definitely have organised our getting-burnt-in-the-park sessions so they work around the special screenings we just can’t miss – and if you’re nice, you can peek in our diary.

  • Artists: You don’t have to sell out to cash in.

    I’ll never know what made the mysterious Banksy make a pretty accesible opening sequence for The Simpsons but gosh dammit, I wish I could. With his anti-agendas, why hook up with “The Man”? Yes, artists are allowed to get involved in other stuff but all I can say is “Keep It Real”. It’s on. Banksy vs Dali.