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Preston-based Petrol Can Productions to release re-imagining of horror classic ‘Night of the Living Dead’

Petrol Can Productions are currently working on a re-imagining of the 1968 horror classic ‘Night of the Living Dead’, which they hope to release towards the end of 2021. Petrol […]

9 months ago
Preston filmmaker documents athlete’s 24-hour bike ride for CALM

The film documents Benjamin's life and charity journey. Pic: Garth Dew/Ride for 24 Preston-based videographer and filmmaker, Garth Dew, has released a short film which documents why his long-time friend, endurance athlete Benjamin Anthony, undertook a gruelling 24-hour indoor bike ride. With coronavirus […]

1 year ago
Is Time Travel Possible? A Preston film maker has decided it is

What started as a few snapshots of scenery in and around Preston at different times of the year began to grow into an idea for a short film by amateur […]

7 years ago
Preston Motion Picture Project release new trailer

preston motion picture project Preston Motion Picture Project today released their next trailer, entitled “Rhapsody in Preston”. It features a black and white jaunt through Preston taking in the fireworks, the flag market, Avenham […]

10 years ago
Advertisement Advertisement LIFE 2011 – Mighty Boosh documentary at the Continental (with video)

Yesterday’s main event was the screening of Journey of the Childmen, the documentary of The Mighty Boosh on their last tour which played 91 dates…at least according to Wikipedia. I’m […]

10 years ago
LIFE 2011: Charlie Noades RIP

Last night I pulled up outside the University of Central Lancashire’s Mitchell and Kenyon cinema and found my way to a seat. As I slide into it, Ric Michael, organiser […]

10 years ago
Review: Bunny and the Bull at the New Continental

Ahead of The Continental’s screening of The Mighty Boosh tour documentary Journey of the Childmen this Saturday, they screened regular Mighty Boosh director Paul King’s debut feature film The Bunny […]

10 years ago
Preston film scene is ‘very exciting and on the the up’

Preston can look forward to three days of excellent film-related events spread across the city, says Ric Michael – the coordinator of the Lancashire International Film Festival. Following on from […]

11 years ago
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