Cinema managers are offering one lucky school the chance to have their festive show filmed and shown on the big screen.
Fans of The Handmaid's Tale can see a live screening of author Margaret Attwood reading some of her long-awaited sequel at cinemas across the county.
A new adaptation of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield will premiere later this year, but will not feature any scenes filmed in the county.
Fans of the ITV show Love Island will be able to watch the finale of the series on the big screen in Kent.
Following Disney's decision to delete a scene from Toy Story 2, KM Group film critic Mike Shaw asks: Is it ever appropriate to delete the past?
Thousands of people are calling on Disney to go back on its refusal to put a special headstone at a child's grave.
Is the new version of The Lion King, 25 years on from the original, the cat's whiskers? Find out with our review:
Film fans and families will be able to join in sing-a-long screenings and enjoy some Hollywood classics on the giant screen at the attraction.
Disney has been slammed for "flexing its muscles in such a petty way" after refusing a boy's headstone.
With history walks, concertos, an exhibition and film, the last week of the Deal Music & Arts Festival is set to be a cracker. Here's what's on
Giving a four-year-old boy a Spider-Man themed headstone could "literally help kids deal with death better," an actor behind the superhero has said.
It's 20 years since the sci-fi cyber classic The Matrix was released - and one Kent cinema is celebrating with a special screening.
Talented musicians and performers are in this year's bursting programme of acts in the Deal Music and Arts Festival - with something for all tastes
There's been a long wait since Toy Story 3 for the final follow-up. So does Toy Story 4 live up to the hype? Here's our review:
A whole range of movies sure to please all films fans will play at an outdoor cinema this summer.
A digitally remastered version of the epic D-Day movie Saving Private Ryan will be shown in the county to mark the anniversary today.
An author, whose book Tulip Fever was turned into a film, was guest of honour when a theatre launched its new cinema screenings.
An independent film is calling for transgender actresses to put themselves forward for the lead role.
Eighties cult classic The Goonies, which has been remastered, will be screened at one of Kent's largest cinemas.
Dinosaurs, superheroes and Kent's own will all feature in this year's line up for an outdoor cinema by the sea.
A new exhibition looking at Hever Castle's starring role in big and small screen productions over the years with some big name stars opens next week.