Please upgrade your browser to make full use of twiends.   chrome   firefox   ie   safari  
Grow your social media. Join free!
Twiends helps you to connect with new people on Twitter. Sign in for free!
Want To Grow Your Twitter?
Welcome to Twiends. We help you to grow your audience online. We are a vibrant community of Twitter users, and we are waiting to connect with you..!
Sign in for free! Not right now
BFI
“Big cinema now is about spectacle and wow factor” – Simon Pegg talks critics and blockbusters bit.ly/1ciIAsM pic.twitter.com/n2DPam4FTd
Punk’s Sistine Chapel – A Ballardian primer to the Mad Max universe bit.ly/1Crf8qZ pic.twitter.com/egXcLnG8F0
Michael Sheen has signed on to play 1920s British mountaineer George Mallory bit.ly/1GxtKLD pic.twitter.com/OeaOFGiXDy
On TV today: Gosford Park (21:00, ITV3), which won an Oscar for writer Julian Fellowes bit.ly/1DsyzUd pic.twitter.com/Q5YCMaHkWl
Just to clarify, this is not a Hank Marvin biopic: bit.ly/1cit54n pic.twitter.com/XfEWWegeZY
David Bowie is taking The Man Who Fell to Earth to Broadway bit.ly/1GTiVSY pic.twitter.com/yBLqvNlyit
Did you know? Rutger Hauer’s tears in the rain speech inspired a Gary Numan song bit.ly/1Hbzx8Y pic.twitter.com/d1hGlE5MKV
Turn your life into a Wes Anderson movie with this playlist bit.ly/1FIc11b pic.twitter.com/fGBm6bjnQh
The art of multitasking, as illustrated by Jean Cocteau pic.twitter.com/l8xsHcLra5
In the wake of Louise Osmond’s Dark Horse we take a look at other recent British docs by women bit.ly/1D3B0ew pic.twitter.com/GkRJbt60vv
Jack Kerouac begs Marlon Brando to make On the Road bit.ly/1cis8Je pic.twitter.com/RKxaW62eRI
Enjoy a celebration of Studio Ghibli’s Miyazaki with these incredible production artefacts bit.ly/1HZG44P pic.twitter.com/nOsTnTLfEC
Did you know that The Philadelphia Story is Lars Von Trier’s favourite film? pic.twitter.com/zGSHDscHxn
What is Blade Runner really about? Let’s break it down: bit.ly/1CCybxb pic.twitter.com/WjVoldwVOb
Looking forward to the Cannes festival line-up? Check out the predictions from @guardianfilm bit.ly/1IzSxzA pic.twitter.com/1USPBjSgNr
François Ozon returns to BFI Southbank with an elegant new drama, The New Girlfriend bit.ly/1GxupNg pic.twitter.com/y30aGmrQH4
Idris Elba? Peter Capaldi? Danny Dyer? @TimeOutLondon searches for the next James Bond bit.ly/1CrbvRQ pic.twitter.com/eBByFN6c39
Mads Mikkelsen stands tall in the ultra-stylish poster for The Salvation, in UK cinemas Friday 17 April pic.twitter.com/vVVhqoeT0U
These films were Made in Britain: bit.ly/1D3ajGD pic.twitter.com/tXJnu8LdFq
‘One of the most fervent hymns to architecture ever sung’ – Cathedrals of Culture bit.ly/1IzWtAg pic.twitter.com/iE9wvGX1Ma
British cinema in 33 images, but just one face – A Twitter exhibition by @markcousinsfilm bit.ly/1z2SIe7 pic.twitter.com/dTgW9L4eYY
A rare and revealing showcase of new and old films from Mongolia @CinemaMuseum bit.ly/1z2PLKy pic.twitter.com/y0iA9x20XP
“We’re kind of like a little schoolhouse” – @lightindustry on curating for cinephiles bit.ly/1CA68Pd pic.twitter.com/gmOJk0T7lD
The @edfilmfest launches a two-day lab to connect screenwriters with science bit.ly/1DsuGi2 pic.twitter.com/GBJ7kgu3Dz