We make the case that ‘small is beautiful’ in our guide that explores the history of the lobby card and why they are so special to collectors.
The gallery reviews the moviemaking of 1967 and selects our favourite feature-lengths that reach the half century milestone this year.
The gallery highlights the true talent of Swedish poster designers with a centenary special.
The gallery unveils a new exhibition at London’s premier modern & contemporary art fair.
A look at the history of the world’s most famous amination studio with tips on how to collect and enjoy Disney.
The gallery takes its pick from 1966 to see which films are celebrating half a century on the screen.
Our 2014 exhibition venue was a stone’s throw from Hollywood making this trip a ‘return home’ for many of our posters.
This year Maltese Falcon turns 75 and we explore the enduring popularity of its legendary protagonist.
Posters by their very nature are fragile – quite literally, paper thin – and were not intended to withstand many years of use, let alone 100, and in the case Cinematographie Lumiere, the earliest poster that the gallery has ever handled, dating back to 1896 – a staggering 119 years of age.
To celebrate the coming of All Hallows’ Eve, gallery owner Bruce Marchant gives his expert insights into this creepy but utterly compelling genre.