Harshly realistic but also affecting, Sandrine Veysset's first feature Will It Snow for Christmas? gets a dual format release from the BFI.
Céline and Julie Go Boating is a film about female friendships, of stories within stories. Jacques Rivette's 1974 fantasy-comedy, his best-known and most widely seen film, comes to Blu-ray from the BFI.
Three little-seen TV plays by Nigel Kneale, one of Britain's great screenwriters.
In Le Plaisir Max Ophüls tells three stories of pleasure and its price.
A charming character-led comedy-drama set on one hot day in suburban Melbourne.
Claiming to be based on a true story, though clearly considerably fictionalised, Verónica doesn't tread any new ground.
Botoks is a fast-paced comedy-drama following four women who work in a Warsaw hospital.
A fine Australian western, with some harsh lessons about its country's past.
On yer bike... The LFF coverage continues with some Ozploitation.
David Stratton has been involved in Australian cinema for over fifty years, and in this documentary gives his overview of the subject.
How is camping in Australia still a thing?
BFI. Three film boxset. Ken Loach...
Fifty years ago today, colour television arrived in the UK. Gary Couzens looks back.
Stephen Page's dance-based film Spear, showing in London at the Origins Film Festival.