Welcome to Midlands Movies!
Thank you for visiting. Here you will find a place for local filmmakers and fans to work together to promote the local area especially in creative film.
We regularly cast our eyes over new Hollywood blockbusters as well as local movie-makers & scriptwriters based in the Midlands area plus you can also hear us on our monthly BBC Radio Leicester spot (on Rupal Rajani show).
With plenty of new reviews and feature blogs including our up and coming Top 10s for Leicester, Derby, Nottingham & now West Midlands we 'Spotlight' films, movie groups, shorts and make-up artists from the Midlands and anyone interested in getting involved email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Sales, Editor of Midlands Movies
Our new local Spotlights include a review of Carnie Films' Bella in the Wych Elm, coverage of shorts Ballpoint Hero and Life Flashes as well as a brand new interview with Northamptonshire actress Kate Fenwicl=k and coverage of a new Birmingham superhero film.
Other coverage includes new reviews of Free Fire, Logan, Beware the Slenderman and home releases of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Sully, Passengers and many more.
Click on images to be taken to our latest updates...
Bruised is a new film that tells the story of a lonely amateur boxer who rescues the beautiful Chloe from being mugged and then will do anything to be with her, but will he go too far?
This short film has been created by third year Media Production students from the University of Derby and is directed by Robert Ludlam with music by Mark Smith & make up artist Jade Melady
Midlands Movies have been running a whole host of movie-themed screenings in conjunction with Firebug Film Club in Leicester. Check out our events page for all the latest details on upcoming shows...
New features include coverage of UK Conclave's Warriors convention in Birmingham & coverage of upcoming Leicester sci-fi The RockMan. Click on the images for more info!
Come join Midlands Movies at Firebug venue in Leicester for a fantastic screening of definitive 80’s classic Back to the Future
From 7pm on Wednesday 24th May viewers can grab their skateboards, play some guitar and take off to the past to watch the blockbuster flick at this fantastic themed evening. The screening will be FREE entry with a suggested donation of £3 as there will be food (Pepsi), prizes, a showcase of local filmmakers and some more film treats as well.