Tag: british-cinema

ArteKino Festival: Pin Cushion Review

A beautifully tragic fairy tale debut

Anna and the Apocalypse Review

High School Musical - only British, with zombies, at Christmas

London Symphony Review

A poetic journey through the capital.

Dark River Review

A bleak and beautifully crafted depiction of guilt, grief and abuse.

Journey's End Review

Innocence lost... courage found.

Riddles of the Sphinx in September

Dual-format edition for Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen's avant-garde classic.

Scary Stories in September

The latest from the BFI's Children's Film Foundation collection...

The Look of Love Review

Mike Sutton reviews the Studiocanal Blu-Ray of this impressive biopic of Paul Raymond from Steve Coogan and Michael Winterbottom.

Time Bandits in August

Terry Gilliam's eighties fantasy gets the Arrow Video treatment.

The Rise in September

British heist pic coming to cinemas, on-demand and Blu-ray and DVD later in the year.

Three from Network in September

More additions to the British Film range.

The COI Collection Volume Eight: Your Children and You Review

The BFI's latest COI offering takes on children and childcare.

The Seasoning House in August

UK Blu-ray and DVD editions for the Balkans-set British horror.

Cal in September

Sequel to Shank heading to UK DVD.

The World's End Review

The Cornetto Trilogy concludes...

The British Transport Films Collection Volume 11 in August

Documenting the construction of London Underground's Victoria Line.

The Look of Love in August

Steve Coogan and Michael Winterbottom's latest collaboration on its way to UK DVD and Blu-ray...

Edinburgh Bites: Everyone's Going to Die Review

<i><B>Mike Scurfield</b> catches <b>Everyone's Going to Die</B> at the <b>Edinburgh International Film Festival</b>...</i>