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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Find some Fantastic Beasts this weekend

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.

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

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.

Will it be a cliffhanger?

White Cliffs of Dover above the Eastern Docks

A major movie will be shot in a key Kent location - but details of what it is are being kept secret.


Churchill, the strong and stable leader


The film Churchill, on the life of Winston Churchill whose family home was in Kent, poses questions about our current political leaders, says star.

Movie magic under the stars

Tonbridge Castle is one of the venues for open air cinema this summer

Sweet summer memories are made of this: kicking back and watching your favourite feel-good films under the stars in top Kent locations.

Acting legend soaks up the sun in Kent

Gimmie shelter! Acting legend Michael Caine swelters in the Margate sun. Picture: Frank Leppard Photography

Sir Michael Caine had a helping hand to keep his cool as he filmed a new movie at the Kent seaside.

Lightsabers at the ready

Yoda at the Star Wars Identities exhibition at the O2. Picture: © & TM 2017 Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Used Under Authorization

Supernerds and film fans can all enjoy the Star Wars Identities exhibition, being staged at the O2.

A summer of blockbusters

Dunkirk star Tom Hardy. Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA Photos

From Dunkirk and The Mummy to Wonder Woman: here’s the must-see films hitting the cinema screens this summer.

Wonder at Take That's live show

Take That: Wonderland Live will be at Bluewater's Showcase cinema live

Fans of Take That will be able to watch their Wonderland show live from the o2 without leaving the county, thanks to a live cinema screening.

The town with tales of smugglers, eateries and one-off shops

The Kino cinema at Rye

Panoramic views, one-off shops and tales of smugglers and highwaymen: here's our guide to Rye, the town that rises out of the Romney Marsh.

Dahl's Willy Wonka plan

Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka in the 1971 film Picture: Paramount Pictures

Roald Dahl's plans for classic character Willy Wonka are being revealed - and he didn't get his way on all of them.

Drive-in to the delights of Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing

Feast your Hungry Eyes and have the Time of Your Life at a drive-in screening of Dirty Dancing.

May the 4th be with you

Felicity Jones as Jyn Erso in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Picture: PA Photo/Lucasfilm

A wildlife reserve in Kent is kicking off its drive-in movie season with a fitting film on Star Wars Day next week.

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