Cannes Film Festival 2019 Day 12: Award Winners Palme d’Or Bong Joon-Ho for Parasite, the first Korean winner of the Palme d’Or and the…Read More
From 21-31 March, BFI Flare brings you the best new and classic LGBTQ+ films, events and more.
Michael Almereyda’s Marjorie Prime takes us into a future where human holograms help families cope with memories, death and grief.
Juliette Binoche stars in a rom-com departure for Claire Denis in Bright Sunshine In (Un Beau Soleil Interior).
Congratulations to all BAFTA award winners from Dog And Wolf.
Love Is Strange by Mark Wilshin Following his New York story of impossible love Keep The Lights On, Ira Sachs returns with another devastating…Read More
If You Don’t I Will by Mark Wilshin With some heavyweight performances from French acting stalwarts Emmanuelle Devos and Mathieu Amalric and an electrifying…Read More
Song From The Forest Structured around a liturgy rather than a dramaturgy, Michael Obert’s Song From The Forest is a contemplative study of an…Read More
Dukhtar by Dave O’Flanagan The prospect of Afia Nathaniel’s directorial debut was an intriguing one in light of Pakistan’s slow but steady shuffle in…Read More
10,000km With an awe-inspiring opening scene and fantastic performances from its two leads Natalia Tena and David Verdaguer, Carlos Marques-Marcet’s 10,000 km is an…Read More
The Duke Of Burgundy Burgundy Is The Sadomasochistic Colour by Dave O’Flanagan Reading-born director Peter Strickland’s vintage erotic melodrama is a beguiling oddity; an…Read More
Hockney by Alexa Dalby Hockney is the definitive biography of Britain’s most influential and popular contempory artist. For the first time, David Hockney has…Read More
’71 by Mark Wilshin Yann Demange, the director behind British genre TV hits Dead Set and Top Boy, delivers one fire-cracker of a debut…Read More
Excuse My French by Dave O’Flanagan It’s a wonderfully positive testament to director Amr Salama, and the Egyptian film industry, that creativity has somehow…Read More