BFI Player

See something different.


An American tourist in Italy falls for a local woman with a dangerous secret in this startling horror-romance.

Something Must Break

Passionate love story between a trans teen and a straight man.


A former child soldier in London is drawn into a violent world he hoped to leave behind.

BFI Shop

From the BFI Shop

Night Will Fall

André Singer’s acclaimed film tells the extraordinary story of the filming of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps.

Buy now

Chaplin: The Mutual Comedies DVD

The twelve films Chaplin made for the Mutual Film Corporation formed the most inventive and liberating period of his career and are brought together for the first time on this two-disc box set. Available on DVD and Blu-ray.

Pre-order now

Germany Pale Mother Blu-ray

Set during the Third Reich and its aftermath, this lyrical, harrowing tale of love and war is a neglected classic of New German cinema.

Pre-order now

Bill Morrison: Selected Works 1996-2014

This extensive collection makes Morrison’s acclaimed films available in Europe for the first time. The set includes his renowned feature Decasia.

Order now

The Carl Theodor Dreyer Collection

Strictly limited edition Blu-ray box set collects a number of Dreyer’s most revered, award-winning films, some of his lesser-known works and an extensive selection of extra features.

Order now

Roberto Rossellini: The War Trilogy

Limited edition, numbered collection of Rossellini’s postwar films. Available on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK.

Buy now

Explore film & TV

Watch talks, interviews and trailers

Visual Pleasure at 40: Laura Mulvey in discussion

Filmmakers and critics mark the 40th anniversary of Laura Mulvey’s landmark 1975 essay on film and feminist theory, ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema’.

Tuesday 21 April 2015

More talks, interviews and trailers

What’s on

Highlights at BFI venues

Sight & Sound

Film of the week: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

There's occult power beneath the veil – and cinematic potency beneath the pristine cool of Ana Lily Amirpour's sinuous vampire movie, says Sophie Mayer.
Sophie Mayer
Friday 22 May 2015

More from Sight & Sound

Support the BFI

Become a BFI Member

Enjoy a world of benefits with BFI Membership. Choose the package that suits you.

Join now

Explore film & TV

BFI National Archive

We hold a magnificent collection of film and television, from the birth of cinema to today.

Read more

British certification & tax relief

British certification

Qualify for tax relief through the cultural test for film, animation programmes, high-end television and video games.

Read more

Follow @bfi

BFI on Twitter

Back to the top

See something different

Subscribe now for exclusive offers and the best of cinema.