Terence Davies returns with an exquisitely shot biopic of poet Emily Dickinson. The film features a superb lead performance from Cynthia Nixon and is now on BFI Player.
Uncover Britain’s pioneering, problematic relationship with on-screen homosexuality, 50 years since a human rights landmark. Watch a season of films at BFI Southbank and see more at BFI Player.
Jon Nguyen’s exquisitely textured and reflective documentary about Lynch as a visual artist is now showing at BFI Southbank and available on BFI Player.
Christopher Nolan talks about the making of his WWII epic Dunkirk and his commitment to real film. Plus Sofia Coppola discusses her dream-like The Beguiled, New Wave icon Jean-Pierre Léaud looks back at his career, and Jane Campion and Elisabeth Moss on Top of the Lake.
Jordan Peele’s smart, satirical horror is among the finest debut films of the year and is now available to watch on BFI Player.
Christopher Nolan’s extraordinary Second World War evacuation epic is now screening at BFI IMAX.
Dustin Hoffman helped pave the way for a new generation of Hollywood leading men in the late 60s.
We celebrate the diversity of Indian filmmaking and films about India – from Bollywood to Tollywood (home of Telugu and Bengali cinema) – in cinemas and online.
Christopher Nolan’s Second World War evacuation epic is a powerful, suspenseful piece of cinema.
Breathtaking realism, sterling performances and distinctly restrained direction combine to make Christopher Nolan s World War II drama a wrenching spectacle, writes Philip Kemp.
Friday 21 July 2017