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BFI 2h
Franco Zeffirelli has passed away at the age of 96. We're looking back at five key films by the Italian filmmaker
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BFI 3h
▶️ Watch Ken Loach's Talent Talk for upcoming funded Sorry We Missed You
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BFI 4h
Out today on Blu-ray, one of the gems of the Weimar era and the film that helped launch the careers of Robert Siodmak, Edgar G. Ulmer, Billy Wilder, Curt Siodmak, Fred Zinnemann and Eugen Schüfftan. People on Sunday available now 📀
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BFI 4h
Your next obsession: the socially conscious, political cinema of Ken Loach. Here's where to begin
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BFI 5h
Nicole Kidman and Josh Lucas are mother and son in the excellent Boy Erased, shining a light on the horror of conversion therapy
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BFI 7h
“A movie isn't a political movement (...) At best it can add its voice to public outrage” - Ken Loach
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BFI 7h
Don’t miss Berlin: Symphony of a Great City on the big screen – a visual extravaganza from the 1920s. It screens this Wed and Sat 29 only, so act fast and book now!
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BFI 8h
"To be able to play someone who is literally reinvented on screen, with all the freedoms that brings: what an unbelievable opportunity. And added to that, to be the first woman in that role” - Jodie Whittaker
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BFI 9h
Arguably Derek Jarman's most popular film, Caravaggio is a stunning biopic of the baroque painter, starring Sean Bean and Tilda Swinton as the model and painter who end up in a love triangle with him. Now available on high definiton Blu-ray from BFI shop
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BFI 10h
Yesterday, the cast & crew of Margaret Tait's Blue Black Permanent and gathered at to screen the BFI restoration of the film and celebrate her legacy. The film is available to pre-order from BFI shop now. 📀
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BFI 11h
Are you attending ? Come chat to us at the / / stand and you could win a BFI membership and free cinema tickets!
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Philip Concannon Jun 14
This film is great. I watched it on a screener but I can't wait to see it again on the big screen, and the BFI will be showing it on 35mm. I loved its hand-crafted images and sound. It's a strange, funny, riveting and haunting film, and Edward Rowe is an amazing screen presence.
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BFI 12h
Watch this exclusive clip: Drama, dance and death innovatively collide in life-affirming debut feature starring renowned contemporary dancer . funded
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BFI 12h
Replying to @bwaybaby1955
Hi, it was recorded so keep an eye on our channels 😊
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BFI 13h
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"Two characters in this are very similar to people we knew” Matthew Broderick on You Can Count on Me
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BFI 13h
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"We were in high school together, since age 15 we’ve been good friends” Matthew Broderick on You Can Count on Me writer/director Kenneth Lonergan
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BFI 13h
Matthew Broderick joined us for a special screening of You Can Count on Me
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BFI 13h
With stars, directors and films to rival Hollywood, Mexican cinema of the 30s-50s saw a surge in production, from music-infused dramas to romance and thrillers
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BFI 13h
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This is not currently available but we're always looking at ways to improve the service so we hope it's something we can offer soon.
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BFI 14h
Do you work in film or TV? Help with a ground-breaking piece of research to understand the whole picture
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