An ex-drug addict reflects on life in and out of prison in this short by BAFTA-winner Lynne Ramsay, based on real accounts.
A ghostly boy returns from the grave to warn against reopening 'The Devil's Mine' in this spooky drama.
Ownership and displacement is chronicled in Patrick Keiller's fourth feature, which he explains here alongside an expert panel.
The introduction to the 54th BFI London Film Festival's Archive Gala presentation of The Great White Silence.
A panel of experts discuss the remarkable restoration of Herbert Ponting’s extraordinary record of Captain Scott’s ill-fated race to the South Pole.
Cannes prizewinner, about an ailing man revisiting his past, is a measured, lyrical evocation of mysterious beauty and quiet humanity.
Candid and lively chat with Helen Hunt and John Hawkes exploring a disabled man's decision to seek a sex surrogate
BFI's curator of silent film Bryony Dixon, composer Simon Dobson and Lieutenant Colonel Nick Grace OBE from the Royal Marine Band Service discuss the challenges of scoring the restored Great War film.
“In the absence of reason, they weaponise idiocy.” The director and writer elaborate on the absurdities of torture and oppression.
Thunderbirds puppeteers and voice actors join director Stephen La Riviѐre to discuss his documentary, Filmed in Supermarionation (2014).
The definitive documentary chronicling how Gerry and Sylvia Anderson pioneered their trademark animation style, ‘Supermarionation’.
“I kind of steal from everything.” Director Peter Strickland discusses his intoxicating drama The Duke of Burgundy.
Highlights from the red carpet for the star-studded Opening Night Gala film, The Imitation Game.
In Maryland, 1985, teenager Rad is forced to face down the bullies in a table tennis tournament, with only his best friend and the expertise of his mysterious Mr Miyagi-esque neighbour for guidance.
Directed by Peter Greenaway
Martin Freeman’s hearty turn as Rembrandt anchors one of Peter Greenaway’s most accessible films, charting the creation of the Dutch master’s key work, ‘The Night Watch’.
Directed by Pawel Pawlikowski
The Best Film winner at the 2013 BFI London Film Festival is an exquisitely shot, moving drama about a Polish nun exploring her family past, from UK-based director Pawel Pawlikowski.
Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton star as ageless, blood-drinking lovers in Jim Jarmusch’s clever, funny and sexy vampire tale.
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