Crowds witnessed a galactic alignment of stars along the British Academy Films Awards' red carpet on Sunday evening.
Martin Scorsese and his pic's Parisian troop stepped out onto London's red carpet Monday for the royal premiere of Paramount's "Hugo."
Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas showed London their dance moves on Thursday, at the U.K. opening meow of Paramount's "Puss in Boots."
Helmer Rupert Murray's sustainable fishing documentary, "The End of the Line," hooked the first Puma.Creative Impact Award in London on Tuesday.
On the southern bank of the Thames, backed by London's iconic skyline, a rendezvous took place Tuesday night. The location was on this occasion no secret, as crowds engulfed BFI's Southbank. The…
Following its world premiere at Sundance, debut helmer Mike Cahill's "Another Earth" will make its U.K. bow as the opener of London's 19th Raindance Film Festival on Sept. 28.
London's torrential downpours halted Thursday's world preem of Warner Bros.' "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," entirely breaking "Potter" preem law.
West Wales arrived in The Smoke with Tuesday's U.K. preem of Optimum Releasing's "Submarine."
Fiery torches lit the way for the U. K. preem of Roman epic "The Eagle," hosted at Leicester Square's most apt venue, the Empire.
The domed roof of London's O2 Arena resonated, Feb. 15, with the deafening music of the 31st Brit Awards.
Following the traditionally rain-soaked British Academy Film Awards, spirits on Sunday remained high at the post-kudofest bash -- and not solely due to the Grey Goose sponsorship.