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  • British films at Berlin 2015

    The world premiere of Andrew Haigh’s 45 Years, Ian McKellen’s debut as Sherlock Holmes, and glorious Technicolor classics help make up the British selection at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival.

    Samuel Wigley
    Wednesday 4 February 2015

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  • New BFI stats show record year for UK film in 2014

    Paddington is the highest grossing British independent film of 2014, a year that saw the largest ever box-office market share for UK independent cinema.


    Tuesday 3 February 2015

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  • BFI DVD releases announced for April-May 2015

    Highlights include a selection of feature films and shorts by the great Carl Theodor Dreyer; one of Akira Kurosawa’s most highly regarded dramas; and a collection of restored comedies from Charlie Chaplin.


    Tuesday 3 February 2015

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  • BUG featuring Adam Buxton available free and exclusively on BFI Player

    Watch free and exclusive on BFI Player the first episode of a specially commissioned programme, with host Adam Buxton casting an irreverent eye over the best new music videos.


    Monday 2 February 2015

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  • Polish poster art for classic British films

    A new exhibition at BFI Southbank celebrates a generation of visionary Polish poster artists who created their own unique spins on British films released in Poland in the post-war period.

    Nigel Arthur
    Monday 2 February 2015

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  • Gene Hackman at 85: his 10 best films

    As he turns 85, we remember 10 of the finest films starring Gene Hackman, one of the great actors to emerge from the New Hollywood of the 1960s and 70s.

    Mike Sutton
    Friday 30 January 2015

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  • The 10 best John Ford films

    In his 50-year career, John Ford made some 140 feature films, including Oscar winners and some of the greatest westerns ever made. Here’s a rundown of his finest achievements.

    David Parkinson
    Friday 30 January 2015

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  • 10 great films about children in wartime

    Not just one of the great school films, Louis Malle’s Au revoir les enfants also belongs to a grand tradition of powerful dramatisations of the experiences of children during wartime.

    Pasquale Iannone
    Thursday 29 January 2015

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  • Sign up for our free online filmmaking course

    Learn the secrets behind making films with our new six-week course, run by FutureLearn and developed by the NFTS with the BFI Film Academy.


    Wednesday 28 January 2015

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  • The day we teamed up with Wikipedia

    A marathon of Wikipedia editing at the BFI Reuben Library has enriched the online encyclopedia’s records relating to black and Asian British filmmaking.

    Stephen McConnachie
    Tuesday 27 January 2015

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