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  • The tube at 150: 10 great films on the underground

    As the London underground celebrates its 150th anniversary, we pick 10 memorable onscreen appearances.

    Bryony Dixon, John Oliver, Sue Woods, Josephine Botting, Patrick Russell, Lisa Kerrigan, Alex Davidson, Samuel Wigley
    Wednesday 9 January 2013

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  • BAFTAs 2013: the nominations in full

    The full list of this year’s BAFTA nominations, which see Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln out on top.

    Samuel Wigley
    Wednesday 9 January 2013

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  • Flirting with screwball

    The zany spirit of Hollywood’s screwball comedies is alive and well in the films of Quentin Tarantino, David O. Russell and the Coen brothers.

    Paul O’Callaghan
    Tuesday 8 January 2013

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  • Born in 1913: six filmmakers’ centenaries

    Curator Patrick Russell celebrates the work of six filmmakers born 100 years ago, all leading lights in Britain’s mid-20th century documentary movement.

    Patrick Russell
    Monday 7 January 2013

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  • London Short Film Festival: 10 to try

    BFI National Archive curator Dylan Cave selects 10 highlights from the eclectic programme at this year’s London Short Film Festival.

    Dylan Cave
    Friday 4 January 2013

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  • On the nose: Chinatown

    With the rerelease of Chinatown, Geoff Andrew reflects on how this classic crime film represents a career-best for so many of the talents involved.

    Geoff Andrew
    Wednesday 2 January 2013

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  • Video: Dustin Hoffman introduces Quartet

    Dustin Hoffman and the talents behind his directorial debut Quartet interviewed at the 56th BFI London Film Festival.


    Monday 31 December 2012

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  • The BFI Film Fund: a year in film

    As 2012 draws to a close, we glance back over a year of releases backed by the BFI Film Fund.


    Saturday 29 December 2012

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  • Raising a glass to the future

    A battle between breweries is at the centre of Cheer Boys Cheer, an Ealing comedy in chrysalis that blazed a trail for the studio’s postwar classics.

    Dylan Cave
    Saturday 29 December 2012

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  • Video: Zaytoun Q&A

    Director Eran Riklis discusses his film Zaytoun, a moving drama starring Stephen Dorff set in war-torn Beirut in 1982.


    Friday 28 December 2012

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