Zach Galligan says the new movie could be "something along the lines of Jurassic World".
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Josh Homme calls on iTunes and Spotify to donate all money made through cover versions of band's song.
How the revolutionary post-rock giants have become Chicago's most beloved sons.
Gutterdämmerung is a new part rock show / part immersive cinema concept featuring some of the biggest rock names on the planet.
For a charitable donation, Star Wars fans have the chance to attend the premiere of 'The Force Awakens' in Los Angeles or London.
Matt Williams picks 5 horror films from the past few years which may have been overlooked.
The media giant may add to its Prime Instant Video service.
We were in New York City in October covering the best of CMJ 2015 for Media Match Magazine.
New animated short by Belgian directing duo Marc James Roels and Emma De Swaef.
Behind the scenes of London director Oscar Hudson's witty new video for NYC indie artist Darwin Deez.
The 7th annual New Media Film Festival is now calling for submissions for its June 2016 event.
Matt Williams attends the 59th London Film Festival and shares some of his highlights.
Author A.C. Koning gives us a glimpse into the world of 1920s fashion drawings.
From the best-selling novel by John Niven and starring Nicholas Hoult, 'Kill Your Friends' is in cinemas November 6.
Brazilian animator Daniel Bruson's new work, commissioned by UK children’s charity NSPCC.
Adele returns with the first single 'Hello' from her new album '25'.
Partnership between Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, Women in Film & Television (UK) and BFI London Film Festival.