A Ghost Story by director David Lowery, starring Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck, is an unmissable, unique experience.
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.