Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc is back on the case in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. But once the layers have been peeled back, can this sequel measure up to the memorable Knives Out? Continue reading
Tag Archives: BFI London Film Festival
The Witch Limited Edition Blu-ray review: Dir. Robert Eggers [Second Sight Films]
Earthy, compelling and original, Eggers’ feature debut gets an impressive Limited Edition release, here’s our review! Continue reading
66th BFI London Film Festival to retain UK wide format with additional London venues for full coverage, here’s more…
BFI LFF 2022 takes place from 5 October to 16 October, 2022 Continue reading
BFI London Film Festival announce Dual Cultural Hubs and UK-wide screenings for 2021
Latest details of the BFI London Film Festival 2021… Continue reading
Stray review: Dir. Elizabeth Lo
An unpredictably persuasive documentary, with more than a question over how differently we treat animals and fellow human beings. Continue reading
Exeter’s 48 Hour Film Challenge is back, and open for submissions!
Exeter Phoenix’s 48 Hour Challenge is open… for all! Continue reading
Dates announced for Exeter Phoenix’s Two Short Nights Film Festival 2021!
Exeter Phoenix’s excellent Two Short Nights Film Festival to return in 2021… Continue reading
Relic review: Dir. Natalie Erika James
Full of terror, nuance and compassion, and some you might not have felt before… Continue reading
BFI London Film Festival announces free programme of talks and events
Your programme of Screen Talks and events that will take place across the 12-day Festival period and free to access via YouTube and the BFI social channels Continue reading
BFI announce shortlist for IWC Schaffhausen Filmmaker Bursary Award, with Michaela Coel leading the judging panel
The Bursary presentation will take place at The BFI London Film Festival 2020 Virtual LFF Audience Awards on Sunday 18 October in London. Continue reading
Must-watch trailer for Steve McQueen’s series Small Axe, coming this November to BBC One
A BBC One commission, all five Small Axe films will air first in the UK, with the five films being: Mangrove, Lovers Rock, Education, Alex Wheatle and Red, White and Blue… Continue reading
Watch the UK trailer for psychological horror Relic, the directorial debut from Natalie Erika James
Already making waves, this is a must-watch trailer… Continue reading
64th BFI London Film Festival: Full Programme Announced!
Everything you need to know for the 64th BFI London Film Festival! Continue reading
64th BFI London Film Festival 7th – 18th October: Steve McQueen’s Mangrove to open festival, and Francis Lee’s Ammonite to close – Find out more!
The 64th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express takes place from Wednesday 7th October-Sunday 18th October 2020 Continue reading
BFI London Film Festival shares new ‘across the UK’ format for 2020
This is the first ever edition of the Festival to be widely accessible across the UK! Find out everything here… Continue reading