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All the winners from the British Independent Film Awards 2020 are here!
All the winners, and more, from BIFA 2020! Continue reading
And the nominations for the British Independent Film Awards 2020 are…
The nominees are… Continue reading
BIFA announce pioneering Springboard Programme for emerging filmmakers
BIFA have announced its pioneering Springboard Programme for filmmakers longlisted in the BIFA debut categories…. find out more. Continue reading
BIFA 2019 Nominations announced and include For Sama, Wild Rose, Bait, The Souvenir and Beats
Winners will be announced at the British Independent Film Award Ceremony on Sunday 1 December at Old Billingsgate. Continue reading
British Independent Film Awards 2018: Full Winners List!
The Favourite, You Were Never Really Here, Jessie Buckland, Joe Cole and more all picked up awards at BIFA 2018! Continue reading
All the nominations for British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) 2018!
Winners will be announced at the British Independent Film Award Ceremony on Sunday 2 December at Old Billingsgate, see all the nominees here! Continue reading
The Ghoul review: “An intense, complex debut”
Gareth Tunley’s debut is an intense and visceral vision that’s both complex and exceptional. Continue reading
British Independent Film Awards 2016: Full winners list
Sunday night hosted the fantastic British Independent Film Awards (#BIFA2016) who help shine a light on those British Indie films that you have, and haven’t yet, heard of. They love bringing to your attention many of the most innovative and creative talents the UK has to offer and let us assure you, there’s an absolute massive array … Continue reading
Adult Life Skills review: “Smart and beautifully bittersweet”
Written and directed by Rachel Tunnard, Adult Life Skills is a beautifully bittersweet story that tells the tale of Anna (Jodie Whittaker), a nearly-30-something who’s living in the garden shed at the end of her Mum’s garden. Anna offers up a somewhat dishevelled figure, spending her momentary time making a short film using her thumbs with faces … Continue reading