From a deep-space thriller to a lyrical seabound adventure, four new films backed by the BFI Film Fund premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year.
Never mincing his words, producer Tony Garnett reflects back over his groundbreaking work in television and film.
The roaring 20s are back in vogue thanks to Baz Luhrmann’s Jazz Age spectacle The Great Gatsby, but what was the decade really like? Here’s our guide to how boys and girls of the 20s got their kicks.
Lars von Trier has never been shy of sensational subject matter or media notoriety. Paul O’Callaghan offers an introduction to the provocations of one of world cinema’s most divisive directors.
Clio Barnard and Mark Cousins are among the filmmakers and industry professionals celebrating British film at the UK Film Centre in Cannes.
As digital technology takes over, so our affection for analogue grows. Like Oscar-winning documentary Searching for Sugar Man, Joseph Ernst’s short film Londoners delights in the textures of archaic camera technology to document street life in the modern capital.
The 1920s roar again in the new film of The Great Gatsby, but Baz Luhrmann’s extravaganza is not the first film to revel in the decadence of the Jazz Age. Here are 10 of the best.