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Idris Elba. Photo by DFID UK Department for International Development, via Wikimedia Commons

Welcome to West London Film Office's latest Reel Life. We begin with the news that if you are Ian McEwan,...
Council leader Julian Bell

2016 will be remembered for all kinds of political change, and the tragedies of Aleppo in Syria and the plight...

I wrote recently about how pleased I was that Ealing's cinema was finally on its way after many twists and...
Ealing cinema site

Since I became leader of the council in May 2010 I have looked out of my office window and seen...
Council leader Julian Bell during a visit to the Calais refugee camp

In August, I visited the refugee camp in Calais that is often referred to as ‘the jungle’. As you can...
Elizabeth Hurley and extras in the council chamber filming The Royals

Anyone working or walking near Ealing Town Hall in mid-September might have noticed The Royals filming for a third series....

As a borough, everyone in Ealing should be proud of its diversity; of its long history of providing a home...
Ryan_Reynolds (by Gage Skidmore)

The latest American blockbuster to bust blocks in the UK is The Hitman’s Bodyguard, starring Ryan Reynolds and Gary Oldman....
A40 at night

With the arrival of Crossrail (the Elizabeth Line) in 2019, Ealing will become one of the best connected London suburbs;...
Greg Davies

It is raining. A lot. And a normal Greenford street is not so normal today. A film crew is camped...
Brad Pitt (picture by SpreePIX)

From Anna Friel and Emily Watson to Brad Pitt (pic by SpreePIX) and Ben Chaplin, there has been a little bit...
Zero per cent written in snow

This month Ealing Council agreed to freeze council tax again for the eighth consecutive year – something that, to be...
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