BFI's annual LGBTQI+ film festival Flare is back and packed full of SO many good films, docs, shorts and events!!!
Antonio Campos’s 'Christine' sensitively traces the last few days of real-life journalist Christine Chubbuck, who killed herself on live television in 1974.
Manchester By The Sea is a stunning, mournful film about a man's struggle between honouring his brother's wishes and protecting himself from his awful past.
Bleed For This turns an incredible true story about one the greatest sporting comebacks into a boxing film everyone has seen before.
With BFI's London Film Festival done and dusted, we round up all the best film festivals, screenings and seasons happening in London this November.
A United Kingdom reduces a fascinating true story of Seretse Khama and Ruth Williams to nothing more than a superficial paint-by-numbers romantic drama.
From La La Land to Phantasm, from Mifune to Mindhorn, here are some of the films we can't wait to see at the BFI London Film Festival 2016.
Here we round up all the best film events, festivals, seasons, new releases and quizzes for you to check out in London this September 2016.
YES! It’s back! Every queer's third favourite holiday (after Halloween and actual Christmas) is here and queer, so get used to it! It’s the BFI LGBTQI+ film festival (sorry, I’m not a fan of the name Flare) and it’s bigger than ever this year, celebrating its 30th birthday!
To celebrate the BFI’s comprehensive Jean-Luc Godard season running till the end of February, we’ll be taking an in-depth look at some of the revolutionary director’s most important work. Here’s Douglas Clarke-Williams on Masculin Féminin, one part paean and one part critique of restless youth.