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.
On the eve of ‘Spectre’ gallery owner Bruce Marchant shares his 007 secrets when it comes to collecting original, mint condition Bond for your wall.
Sons of Audrey Hepburn, Luca Dotti and Sean Hepburn Ferrer, have collaborated with The National Portrait Gallery this summer to produce an insightful photographic exhibition, entitled Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon which is now running until 18th October 2015. Featuring many of Hepburn’s signature movies – from her first Hollywood smash hit “Roman Holiday” (1953) toRead more
This May the Cannes Film Festival celebrated its 68th year, screening over 90 films non-stop over 12 days and nights; a veritable movie marathon which attracts more and more patrons each year. While Cannes is known for its commentary on contemporary work, discovering cinema’s latest masterpieces, and celebrating Hollywood’s current crop of stars (Jake Gyllenhaal and Sienna MillerRead more
It is no surprise that the annual mecca of classic film is set deep in the heart of Hollywood. With over 100 screenings and events, the TCM Classic Film Festival returns this March 26th – 29th to delight lovers of historic movies. This is a film festival truly like no other for three simple reasons:Read more
Each year we select an art show to exhibit to give customers the opportunity to see our posters up close; last year it was LA, this year it’s London. Having run a gallery store in the capital for many years it’s always a pleasure to curate an unforgettable selection of posters for the audience atRead more
There is still time to experience James Bond’s world through the petrol-fuelled prism of his cars, boats and motorcycles at London Film Museum’s Bond in Motion until March 2015. The museum has curated an exhibition previously unparalleled in the capital featuring the most iconic original vehicles from the 007 franchise, now dating back fifty yearsRead more
In their longstanding tenure on the cultural stage, the Beatles not only transformed the face of popular music forever, they also made their unmistakable mark on the movie world with the release of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ in 1964; this film swiftly became one of the most influential music films ever made. To celebrate thatRead more