It seems as though every week in Berlin there is a new film festival. I’m not complaining, because I love..
These are a selection of film reviews that focus on movies you’ve most probably heard of, but perhaps haven’t seen..
Our favourite little festival is growing up! In 2015 Beacons Festival will wave goodbye to it’s Skipton home and expand..
Forget your Kendal Jenners and Jennifer Lawrences. There is another name to watch in 2015, which is arguably cooler. And..
We at Shlur love coffee. Thought we’d best clear that up in case the not infrequent articles about coffee and..
Always nice to wake up to the news that the festival you’re about to attend has totally sold out. This..
We’ve given you fine folks plenty of info over the last few weeks regards this year’s No/Gloss Film Festival, but..
With less than a month to go, now seems the perfect time for the next big infodump to get us..
After the sell-out success of last year’s venture at the warehouse dance hall of Canal Mills which we at Shlur..
Cycling in Britain is currently more popular than it has ever been. Having just hosted two days of the Tour..
Pawel Pawliksowski is responsible for some of the most memorable female characters in recent British Cinema. Dina Korzun as Tanya..
A good, creative community can be hard to come by in London. In a city so vast and full of..
17-year-old schoolgirl Caroline receives a phone call in a busy shopping street. The news is bad, she breaks down crying..
Last December, I managed to get hold of a ticket for a surprise preview screening at the Institute of Contemporary..
The Gaslight Café was a spiritual homeland to fans and performers of folk music in New York throughout the 1960s...