Film news and F Guide - Resources and Review

Movie news, previews, video guides, interviews, and games.
Online magazine covering current affairs and cultural topics. Articles from past issues are available in searchable archives and concern politics, history, music, film, and art. Material is available in English and German.
The BBFC is the body responsible for the classification of films and videos for public distribution in the UK. Includes a history of the BBFC, an outline of the classification policy, details of recent decisions, comments on cases of particular public interest, information on submitting works for classification, and a database of works classified by the BBFC, including details of the final classification, the running time of the work, whether or not cuts were made before classification, the distributor of the work, and information on the director and principal cast members.
Guide to films in the UK, focusing on those which are either on television, in cinemas, or becoming commercially available on video or DVD in the coming week. Also offers a database of movie reviews, searchable by title, genre, rating, and starring actors.
Searchable guide to the Oscars featuring information about the history of the awards, presenters, and listings of nominees and previous winners.
Directory of films currently showing at cinemas in the UK.
Collection of freely available movie information including plot summaries, character names, movie ratings, year of release, running times, movie trivia, quotations, goofs, soundtracks, country of production, genres, production companies, distributors, special effects companies, reference literature, and filming locations.
An automated catalogue of numerous mailing lists relevant to the arts, including theatre, television and photography, with descriptions and subscription details.
News magazine covering the entertainment and media worlds, with film and television production listings, music news, and international news.
Online version of the promotional catalogue for British films, shorts and documentaries. Intended for cinema programmers, festival selectors, sales companies and for those with an interest in current productions. Synopsis, format, production company, running time, directors, producers and leading players are specified for each item.
A guide to BAFTA, including award winners, details of its history, the development of television in the UK, press releases, education and events, and membership details.
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