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The Lunchbox - Trailer image

Mismatched lunchboxes lead to an unlikely romance in this enchanting, award-winning Indian drama.

A Story of Children and Film image

Mark Cousins' personal and poetic exploration of the cinema of childhood, as told through 53 great films from 25 countries.

Road to Restoration image

How the magnificent Mitchell & Kenyon collection was resurrected, thanks to the dedication and skill of the BFI National Archive.

Toyah Willcox on acting in Derek Jarman’s Jubilee image

“I wanted to be a tidal wave.” Actor Toyah Willcox discusses her role as pyromaniac punk Mad in Derek Jarman’s Jubilee (1978).

Orlando image

Directed by Sally Potter

Tilda Swinton stars in Sally Potter's dazzling interpretation of Virginia Woolf's novel.

Kiss Me image

Directed by Alexandre-Therese Keining

Mia is engaged to marry a man, but finds herself falling for Frida, who happens to be her new stepmother's daughter.

Blue is the Warmest Colour image

The epic, passionate and strikingly naturalistic Palme d'Or-winning romance.

Stranger by the Lake - Trailer image

A young man witnesses a violent crime at a gay cruising ground and becomes obsessed with the killer in Alain Guiraudie’s acclaimed mystery-thriller.

Interior. Leather Bar - Trailer image

James Franco and Travis Mathews recreate explicit footage cut, rumoured to be lost, from one of the most notorious gay features ever made.

Nymphomaniac Trailer image

The trailer for Lars Von Trier’s explicit, controversial film about a woman recounting the history of her sexuality.

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