Shown through a couple’s reactions to the disappearance of their son, Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Loveless (Nelyubov) is a crushing comment on a loveless society and its people.
In BPM director Robin Campillo turns his naturalistic documentary-style technique from The Class on a group of AIDS activists in the epidemic of the 1990s in a sober, moving, tender and compassionate film.
In Koji Fukada’s Harmonium, the fragile harmony of a Japanese family is shattered by the arrival of a mysterious stranger.
A silent masterpiece years ahead of its time. Napoleon by French director Abel Gance has been lovingly restored by Kevin Brownlow, with a new score by Carl Davis.Read More
A beautiful, very moving animation of Raymond Briggs’ graphic novel Ethel and Ernest, voiced by Jim Broadbent and Brenda Blethyn. It’s a tribute to…Read More
A beautiful, very moving animation of Raymond Briggs’ graphic novel Ethel and Ernest, voiced by Jim Broadbent and Brenda Blethyn. Ethel and Ernest CAUTION:…Read More
Nocturnal Animals, Tom Ford’s mesmerising second feature after the acclaimed A Single Man is a visually stunning and disturbingly gripping examination of the connection…Read More
Between 5 and 16 October, the BFI London Film Festival will screen a total of 193 fiction and 52 documentary features, including 18 world…Read More
Beautiful and grotesque – director Matteo Garone’s visually stunning collection of dark fairy tales for adults Tale of Tales defies description.
Moving, tragic and brutally direct, Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake is a scathing portrait of Britain’s benefits system.
A dazzling rap musical against the epidemic of gun violence amongst Chicago’s black communities, Spike Lee’s Chi-Raq is sensational.
A delicious metaphor on romance and the dangers of being single, Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Lobster is a strangely perfect world.
Depicting the Abkhazia conflict through the lens of an outsider, Zaza Urushadze’s Tangerines is an emotional and haunting study of the senselessness of war.
Jerry Rothwell’s inspirational documentary How To Change The World explores the birth of Greenpeace and the tumultuous sea-change it sparked in environmentalism.