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.
Smaller than the eye can see, the pioneering works of F. Percy Smith, from the BFI.
Two versions of Samuel Beckett's only screenplay, plus a documentary on it, in dual-format from the BFI.
One of Max Ophüls's great films, in dual-format from the BFI.
Thatcher's Britain with her knickers down. Now on dual-format from the BFI.
“Unless the world learns the lesson these pictures teach, night will fall. But by God's grace, we who live, will learn.”