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  • Abderrahmane Sissako for beginners

    Get up to speed with the work of one of modern world cinema’s most vital voices: the Mauritanian master filmmaker whose new film tackles the recent occupation of Timbuktu by jihadists.

    Basia Lewandowska Cummings
    Wednesday 27 May 2015

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  • My Cannes top 15

    Now that the dust has settled on the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, BFI Southbank’s senior programmer Geoff Andrew lists his personal best of the fest – the films to look out for when they arrive in UK cinemas.

    Geoff Andrew
    Wednesday 27 May 2015

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  • Cannes 2015: the winners

    And the Palme d’Or goes to… Jacques Audiard’s refugee drama Dheepan, while Son of Saul gets the Grand Prix.


    Sunday 24 May 2015

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  • Germany Pale Mother: a rediscovered classic of New German Cinema

    Widely acclaimed on release in 1980, Helma Sanders-Brahms’ wartime drama disappeared from view in the decades since. Its release on Blu-ray is a chance to reappraise a vital work of feminist cinema.

    Erica Carter
    Friday 22 May 2015

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  • Groundbreaking UK animation studio Halas & Batchelor is 75 years old

    From Animal Farm to a film for Kraftwerk, John Halas and Joy Batchelor blazed a trail for British animators. On their studio’s 75th anniversary, our curator of animation picks his five favourite Halas & Batchelor creations.

    Jez Stewart
    Monday 18 May 2015

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  • Only Angels Have Wings – this Cary Grant adventure film is just bliss

    Danger, desire, death and a donkey – Cary Grant, Jean Arthur and Rita Hayworth are flying high in a welcome return to the big screen for Howard Hawks’s peerlessly entertaining tale of aviation in the Andes. 

    Geoff Andrew
    Tuesday 12 May 2015

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  • Cannes 2015: the films to look forward to

    It’s an open field in competition at Cannes this year, with new films by Jacques Audiard, Todd Haynes, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Gus Van Sant and Yorgos Lanthimos among the big hitters jostling for recognition.

    Geoff Andrew
    Monday 11 May 2015

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  • Seven countries, seven posters, one classic film

    See how nations from Japan to Finland imagined their posters for the Polish anti-war classic Ashes and Diamonds. These stunning designs are from a new poster exhibition centred on the master filmmaker Andrzej Wajda.


    Friday 8 May 2015

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  • Preview: Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015

    The full programme has been announced for the 22nd edition of the UK’s premiere documentary festival.

    Georgia Korossi
    Thursday 7 May 2015

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  • Vote for Froglet! and The Road to Hell: the Postgate connection

    What links two highlights from our election-themed collection on BFI Player: a film about Britain’s 1931 means test and a political episode of The Clangers? It’s a family affair…

    Ros Cranston
    Wednesday 6 May 2015

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