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New exhibition promises to be a scream

A scarily good exhibition dedicated to British horror films from the 1950s through to the 1970s and other creepy artefacts is set to open next week.

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Fright night film screenings

Bill Skarsgard as Pennywise in IT Picture: PA Photo/Warner Bros

No longer just for trick-or-treaters, there's Halloween horror for grown-ups with fright night film screenings across Kent.

Michael's beloved War Horse

The National Theatre's War Horse is at the Marlowe for its 10th anniversary

Author Michael Morpurgo talks War Horse, his love for writing, and Kent, where it all began, teaching in a mobile classroom in a village school.

War Horse's special anniversary

A story of unbreakable bonds, Michael Morpurgo’s War Horse, comes to Kent, where his writing began, for its 10th anniversary tour.

Car park movie treat gets into Spirit of regeneration

Tom Cruise in Top Gun

A shopping centre car park is set to become a movie haven for film fans.

Kent mining film gets extra screening

Betteshanger Colliery © Mike Dugdale/KMHF: Chris Bax, Gilbert Stamp, John Inglis, Douglas Carr, Andrew Inglis, Brian Hood

Relive the story of the Kent coalfields as a feature length film looking back to the days when mining was a way of life, is screened again.

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The 80s are in the air

The lights at Dreamland in Margate Picture: Gary Browne

Movie nights head to a Kent attraction for the first time, marking the 30th anniversaries for two 80s classics.

Must-see movie magic for all the family

From Jumanji to Star Wars: The Last Jedi, here's nine must-see family films to catch at the flicks between now and the end of the year.

A film night delight

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Movie fans grabbed their blankets and enjoyed a screening under the stars in the fabulous setting of a Kent country park.

Find some Fantastic Beasts this weekend

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Film fans can enjoy a screening of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in the open air this weekend, after it won a public vote to be shown.

Classic films given an unexpected subplot

Russell Crowe in Gladiator

There'll be a twist in the tale when Gladiator and Pretty Woman get shown on the big screen at Leeds Castle this weekend.

Relive the miracle of Dunkirk

The film Dunkirk is scheduled to be released on July 21

Immerse yourself in the drama of the Dunkirk evacuation at a pop up exhibition tying in with the summer movie blockbuster.

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Knock yourself out: enjoy some summer cinema under the stars

Catch open air cinema across Kent this summer

Summertime cinema under the stars brought a little bit of 80s pleasure to hundreds, thanks to two enterprising Kent mums.

Life at the coalface

Kent's heritage is tied to the mining industry, which saw people come into the county from other areas. A still from the film, A Century of Coal

A film featuring life on the Kent coalfield and the impact of the closure of the collieries premieres this weekend.

Can't decide where to go on holiday?

Call the Midwife was shot at Chatham's Historic Dockyard. Picture: Laurence Cendrowicz

People are increasingly turning to their favourite television shows for inspiration on where to take a break - with places in Kent topping the list.

Extras required for romantic comedy

Victoria Gardens, Broadstairs. Picture: Visit Kent

Here's your chance to appear in a romantic comedy film.

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