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Horror202084 minsDirector: Prano Bailey-Bond
Prano Bailey-Bond's frightening but fun homage to ‘video nasties’ and classic 80’s horror.
Drama202097 minsDirector: Florian Zeller
Anthony Hopkins won the Best Actor Academy Award® for his powerful portrayal of a man dealing with the onset of dementia.
Drama202091 minsDirector: Alexandre Rockwell
Three children embark on a wild trek across Massachusetts, crossing paths with a variety of eccentrics, in this poetic drama from 90s indie hero Alexandre Rockwell (In The Soup).
Comedy202083 minsDirector: Ryan Hooper
Michael Smiley plays a criminal hiding out at the quietest toll booth in Wales, in this irresistibly clever and darkly-comic crime caper.
Documentary202187 minsDirector: Mark Cousins
Mark Cousins’ personal meditation on the power of looking.
Drama202170 minsDirector: Daniel Sánchez López
Two young men fall for each other over the course of a single day in this disarmingly tender debut from director Daniel Sánchez López.
BFI London Film Festival Presents
A place to meet the world's top films and their creators, the BFI London Film Festival represents global cinema at its deep, diverse best.
France, the country where cinema was born, has given us some of the masters of cinema.
US independent films made away from the pressures and glitz of Hollywood have offered directors a greater creative freedom.
Crime201197 minsDirector: Nicolas Winding Refn
Ryan Gosling plays the stunt double leading another life as a getaway driver in Nicolas Winding Refn's timeless cult thriller.
Drama202091 minsDirector: Abel Ferrara
Abel Ferrara returns with an extraordinarily vivid, visually dazzling and characteristically strange rumination on sex, dreams and death.
Drama202090 minsDirector: Aleem Khan
In this knockout feature debut from BAFTA-nominated short filmmaker Aleem Khan, Joanna Scanlan is superb as a woman left reeling upon discovering her late husband’s secrets.
Narrative music video202145 minsDirector: Alasdair McLellan
Saint Etienne present a beautiful and enveloping nostalgia trip through 1990s Britain.
Animation & Artists Moving Image1996100 minsDirector: Andrew Kötting
Andrew Kötting takes a terrific, twisting coastal tour of the UK with his family.
Drama2017100 minsDirector: Kaouther Ben Hania
Kaouther Ben Hania’s bold and defiant fiction debut tells the story of a sexual assault in nine stunning single-take sequences.
BFI London Film Festival
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Classic Cannes Festival
The red carpet remains forever unfurled in this selection from the world’s most famous film festival.
A poetic response to the experience of the Coronavirus pandemic, drawing on the collections of 12 UK film archives.
Amateur film192714 minsSilent
Fascinating footage of Indian customs, shot in 1927 by intrepid plant hunter Major George Sherriff during his tenure as Vice Consul at Kashgar.
Documentary197851 mins Location: Battersea
Murals around London, notably Morgan's Wall in Battersea, painted by local artists.
An irritated homeowner, frustrated by the grieving mother outside his house, manages to find the sympathy and fellow feeling which helps her to move on.
195022 minsSilent Location: Westbourne
A special camp is organised by the Gillingham Education Department and Co-op societies
Filmed at the time Hockney was painting Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy, this compelling study concentrates on the textures and light which surround the artist in his home and studio.
Home Movies & Amateur Film
Celluloid scrapbooks: the most intimate and personal of films invite us into Britain's birthday parties, back gardens and beach holidays.
Mischievous mermaids, murderous minors and military mayhem are among the highlights of this collection of long hard-to-see titles.
The Arts on Film
Behind the canvas with a movie camera: you can almost smell the turpentine in these fascinating portraits of artists at work.