The BFI & Radio Times TV Festival returns to the BFI Southbank, London, 12-14 April, featuring recently found material featuring David Bowie and The Scaffold.
The 1986 film of Raymond Briggs's best-selling graphic novel, a dual-format release from the BFI.
Legendary rock photographer Mick Rock recalls a life spent behind the camera
David Bowie's film debut remains a timeless allegory of alienation over forty years after its release
Here are the first ten of our albums of 2016.
Psychological interrogation and Bowie does Brecht, in Disc 9 of the Alan Clarke box set.
We're not sure this is a good idea.
In memory of the great David Bowie
12 months summarised in 30 albums.
Our crack team of staffers pick out the (current) soundtrack to their lives.
The dame is back. Just when we need him most? Gary K reflects on a shock return.
Nic Roeg's cult sci-fi classic starring David Bowie is next on the Made in Britain film season schedule...
Dazzling stuff from the Vancouver four-piece as they follow up on their eponymous debut effort.
Mike Sutton takes a look at the new Optimum 2-disc release of Nic Roeg's fascinating collaboration with David Bowie.
Gary Couzens has reviewed Criterion's Region 1 release of <i>The Man Who Fell to Earth</i>, Nicolas Roeg's cult science fiction film from 1976. This DVD is pretty near definitive, with two discs and even a paperback copy of the original novel included.