Victoria Price is coming to Birmingham’s Cine Excess cult film event that runs 8th – 10th November. Daughter of the legndary screen actor Vincent Price, she is set to celebrate both her father’s work in film as well as his culinary skills. A short season of Vincent’s films will be screened alongside a cookery deminstration […]
The Cine Excess Cult Film Conference and Festival kicks off its eleventh year under the title Fear and the Unfamiliar: Wrong Time, Wrong Place, Wrong Crowd, and focuses on how marginal groups and communities become a source of fear and fascination in cult cinema traditions. The festival, combining academic discussions and public screenings of cult […]
Cine Excess Cult Film Festival kicks off its tenth year with the UK premiere of TAX SHELTER TERRORS (UK, 2016), a new hour-long documentary in which leading filmmakers and scholars consider the social and historical significance of a generation of Canadian cult films that launched the careers of David Cronenberg and kick started the 1970s […]
Cine-Excess in conjunction with the B-Film: Birmingham Centre for Film Studies at the University of Birmingham is hosting a special public industry panel which will discuss the current climate for low budget film making.
One of London’s hot tickets for horror and ‘extreme’ film is happening next week (24th to 26th May).
As reported on LoveHorror previously Here this years Cine-Excess is going to be bigger and bloodier than ever. The annual International Conference on Global Cult Film returns to London at the end of May with Cine-Excess V – Subverting the Senses: The Politics and Aesthetics of Excess. Organised by Brunel University in London, Cine-Excess brings […]