A film shot on location in Seasalter and Reculver, and featuring several Kent-based actors has won a 2016 Children's BAFTA for Best Drama.
A film shot on location in Seasalter and Reculver, and featuring several
Kent-based actors has been nominated for a 2016 Children's BAFTA for Best Drama.
The award-winning Sky Atlantic drama ‘The Tunnel: Sabotage’ which was shot across Kent is returning with an explosive second series next month.
Dover actress Karol Steele will be appearing in no less than three films in the KTV Film Festival 2016 at the Gulbenkian Cinema on the University of Kent Campus.
Movie fans who want to see if their town has featured on the silver screen can now find out on an interactive map.
A record-breaking 2,500 Star Wars fans arrived in Canterbury for an exhibition of memorabilia at the city's Beaney Museum and Gallery.
By Karol Steele
The trailer for The Carer, the movie shot in the Theatre Royal in Margate in March this year has now been released online.
By Karol Steele
A short film art project created for last year's Folkestone Triennial has been selected for the prestigious Light Moves Festival in Ireland.
The Diocese of Canterbury’s Communities and Partnerships Framework will host a screening of the compassionate and inspiring film ‘Welcome’ on Saturday 7th November at 2pm at the University of Kent’s Gulbenkian cinema.
World War One film, Time Bleeds, which was shot in Folkestone and Dover using local actors has scooped a host of awards at the Watergate Film Festival in Maidstone at the weekend.