Great film has a new home. Yours. Welcome to BFI Player.
Available in the UK only. Featuring collections of cherished contemporary and classic films, hand-picked by the BFI from our renowned festivals, cultural programme and the BFI National Archive. We’re proud to bring to you our new video on-demand service, BFI Player. Take your seat for the finest that film has to offer – how about the sofa?
The bike is back! British cycling is enjoying a 21st-century renaissance, so what better time to celebrate a century of cycling on film?
Celebrate the Cannes Film Festival with our collection of major prize-winners and contenders from previous festivals.
The new home of LGBT film on BFI Player, with features, shorts and exclusive content from BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival, plus a special collection of queer classics and rare treasures from the BFI National Archive.
Welcome to a lost world. These amazing films, lost for nearly a century, offer something close to time travel - a journey into the Britain of our great grandparents, courtesy of filmmakers Mitchell and Kenyon.
The camera flips inward to film the creative process. Watch rarities, exclusives, documentaries and special features from the artists and obsessives who make the films.
From the Free Cinema movement to today’s Lottery Film Fund, this collection is a selection of titles made by outstanding talent, and supported by UK public money.
Revisiting the many British films that have fallen through the cracks, this Flipside collection favours the overlooked, the sidelined and the undervalued. Groupies, gangsters, the weird and the wayward are given a second chance to shine.
A place to meet the world's top films and their creators, the London Film Festival represents global cinema at its deep, diverse best.
Gothic horror and romance tales feed on our darkest fears and desires, and conjure the creatures of the night into being.
Director Jonathan Glazer, producer James Wilson and musician Mica Levi talk about the making of dazzling science fiction drama Under the Skin.
Directed by Jonathan Glazer
An alien Scarlett Johansson prowls the streets of Glasgow in Jonathan Glazer’s astonishing, mind-bending mixture of existential sci-fi and inner-city realism.
A unique documentary about a unique person – follow Divine’s life from humble Baltimore beginnings to superstar status as the Queen of Cult.
A wonderful short film, produced by British Transport Films, about travelling around Britain by bicycle - with the help of the odd train.
Directed by Richard Lester
The Beatles’ freewheeling film debut remains the pinnacle of rock-n-roll cinema; still deliriously entertaining 50 years on.
Cycling stunts and sight gags in a music hall curio.
The car-free, Kodachrome streets of 1950s London offer an idyllic environment for acting out the 'wrongs' of cycling safety.
A lucky schoolboy gets a brand new bike for Christmas in this charming wartime promotional film.
A fascinating insight into lightweight racing cycle manufacture, featuring cycling hero Barry Witcomb.
A beautiful and evocative survey of cycling's golden years.
Enjoy a preview of the exciting films we’ve got in store for you on the BFI Player.