Our video on-demand service features contemporary and classic films, hand-picked from our festivals, cultural programme and the BFI National Archive.
John Akomfrah’s acclaimed portrait of revolution, politics, culture and the New Left experience.
Astonishing record of the Everest expedition of 1924 – one of the most remarkable films in the BFI National Archive.
Two Yorkshire tearaways struggle with life and friendship in Clio Barnard’s compassionate tale.
Sporting events from over 100 years ago, courtesy of early film pioneers Mitchell and Kenyon.
Once a decade Sight & Sound asks critics to select the best films of all time.
Every week we publish a list of 10 great films, all of which are available to view in the UK.
Haunted landscapes, remote villages, pagan traditions – here are 10 UK horror movies that straddle the ley lines of our countryside’s ancient past.
6 December 2013
The Mask of Satan launched the cult of Barbara Steele and ushered in a golden age of Italian horror films. From houses of the damned to flesh-eating zombies, we tuck into 10 gothic greats all’italiana.
28 November 2013
Nerd-chic programming comedy Computer Chess has inspired us to boot up 10 of the best computer films.
21 November 2013
With sweeping civil war romance Gone with the Wind back in cinemas, we’ve rounded up 10 more Deep South movies worth giving a damn about.
14 November 2013
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