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Tag: BFI

Diego Sánchez is a Spanish filmmaker. A self-confessed geek from his early days at Journalism School in Spain, Diego decided... Read More

The British Film Institute launched their own on-demand service in 2013 and it’s fast become a great way to watch... Read More

The BFI’s mouthwatering Gothic season, running between November and January of next year, is now in full swing. A full... Read More

Created to help uncover some of the best up and coming British filmmaking talent, the UK’s biggest short film competition... Read More

Richard Jobson’s career began initially in the Scottish punk band Skids when he was just 17. After a few years... Read More

As the BFI Southbank’s “Doctor Who at 50” celebrations enter the modern era of the show, get ready for some... Read More

David Nicholls’ adaptation of Great Expectations brought the BFI London Film Festival to a fitting end this weekend in the 200th... Read More

He’s busted ghosts, lived the life aquatic, and been lost in translation.

Now Bill Murray stars as the 32nd US President,... Read More

The Sessions is the story of the relationship between journalist and poet Mark O’Brien, who spent most of his life... Read More

The cast and director of 60s soul music movie The Sapphires stepped out on a sparkling... Read More

A Liar’s Autobiography brings together 14 animation studios, 3 directors, and Pythons Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam and John... Read More

Beasts of the Southern Wild is director Benh Zeitlin’s first feature film and its young star Quvenzhané Wallis’ very first... Read More

At age 75, actor Dustin Hoffman has made his directorial debut with Quartet, a film following the lives of four opera... Read More

Writer-director Brandon Cronenberg’s first feature film, Antiviral, is set in a future where obsessed fans get closer to their favourite... Read More

After receiving rave reviews for his award-winning film A Prophet, Jacques Audiard returns to the director’s chair with Rust &... Read More

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