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Red White and Zero Review

Red White and Zero Review

Woodfall Films' portmanteau feature Red White and Zero is now available in the UK

La Belle et la Bête Review

La Belle et la Bête Review

One of the definitive adaptations of the well-known fairy tale, Jean Cocteau's La Belle et la Bête is released on Blu-ray by the BFI.

LFF 2018: The Cannibal Club Review

LFF 2018: The Cannibal Club Review

The unusual appetites of a wealthy couple make for a deliciously dark satire.

Missing Believed Wiped twenty-fifth anniversary: Doctor Who, Morecambe and Wise, Basil Brush and More

Missing Believed Wiped twenty-fifth anniversary: Doctor Who, Morecambe and Wise, Basil Brush and More

For its twenty-fifth anniversary, Missing Believed Wiped at the BFI Southbank in London on 15 December, shows a selection of recently found British television, including material from Vince Hill, The Kinks, Basil Brush, Morecambe and Wise, Aretha Franklin and more, including a new animated mini-episode based on a lost Doctor Who.

LFF 2018: Étangs Noirs Review

LFF 2018: Étangs Noirs Review

An undelivered package takes one man on a journey across Brussels in this intriguing yet puzzling film.

LFF 2018: Mari Review

LFF 2018: Mari Review

A family's life is thrown into turmoil in this tender drama, which uses dance to bring its beautiful story to life.

LFF 2018: Lords of Chaos Review

LFF 2018: Lords of Chaos Review

The bizarre true story of a Norwegian black metal group and their shocking rise to fame.

LFF 2018: Journey to a Mother’s Room Review

LFF 2018: Journey to a Mother’s Room Review

A mother and daughter come to terms with their grief in a profound and deeply moving drama.

LFF 2018: May the Devil Take You Review

LFF 2018: May the Devil Take You Review

An intriguing Indonesian horror that doesn't quite work

The Comfort of Strangers Review

The Comfort of Strangers Review

Paul Schrader's dreamily sinister The Comfort of Strangers is available now courtesy of the BFI

The Victorian IMAX Experience Announced for the London Film Festival

The Victorian IMAX Experience Announced for the London Film Festival

Large format films, from 1897 to 1901, among the earliest British films in existence, digitally restored and to be shown at the BFI IMAX as the London Film Festival's Archive Gala on 18 October.

Arcadia Review

Arcadia Review

Our look at the BFI's DVD release of Paul Wright's 2017 film

It Happened Here Review

It Happened Here Review

Released by the BFI in dual-format, It Happened Here is a remarkable alternate history, known as much for the story behind its eight-year production as for its own merits.

Arcadia Review

Arcadia Review

A dark, surreal and bizarre trip through 100 years of history

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: The Knack...and How to Get It Review

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: The Knack...and How to Get It Review

The middle of Richard Lester's three major Sixties films, The Knack won Woodfall the Palme d'Or at Cannes. It has been somewhat controversial since, though most of it is still very funny and inventive.

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: Girl with Green Eyes Review

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: Girl with Green Eyes Review

Adapted by Edna O'Brien from her own once-scandalous novel, and the feature directing debut of Desmond Davis, Girl With Green Eyes is a touching and bittersweet story, now on Blu-ray in the BFI's Woodfall: A Revolution in British Cinema box set.

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: Tom Jones Review

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: Tom Jones Review

Based on Henry Fielding's novel, Tom Jones saw Woodfall going back in history with great success, winning four Oscars including Best Picture.

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner Review

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner Review

The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner made a star of Tom Courtenay, in his cinema debut, included in the BFI's Woodfall: A Revolution in British Cinema box set.

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: A Taste of Honey Review

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: A Taste of Honey Review

Based on Shelagh Delaney's play, directed by Tony Richardson, A Taste of Honey broke new ground in British cinema and made a star of Rita Tushingham. The film is released on Blu-ray as part of the BFI's Woodfall box set.

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Review

Woodfall - A Revolution in British Cinema: Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Review

With a star-making performance from Albert Finney, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning is a key film in British cinema, on Blu-ray as part of the BFI's Woodfall box set.