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  • Life and nothing but... Cassavetes’ Husbands

    As John Cassavetes’ Husbands is revived nationwide, Geoff Andrew hails a filmmaker who strived to show life in all its raw, untidy complexity.

    Geoff Andrew
    Tuesday 25 September 2012

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  • Restoring Hitchcock #4: the trouble with Champagne

    Bryony Dixon explains how Hitchcock’s 1928 comedy Champagne got its sparkle back.

    Bryony Dixon
    Monday 24 September 2012

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  • At the heart of things: the BFI Reuben Library

    With the launch of the BFI Reuben Library, Sarah Currant reflects on the new vitality of a world-class collection of books and journals.

    Sarah Currant
    Friday 21 September 2012

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  • London on the Move: the story of a DVD

    James Blackford explains how the latest volume in the BFI’s ongoing series of British Transport Films DVDs was put together.

    James Blackford
    Friday 21 September 2012

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  • John Coates (1927-2012)

    From Yellow Submarine to The Snowman, the late John Coates was the producer behind some of Britain’s most fondly remembered animation.

    Jez Stewart
    Wednesday 19 September 2012

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  • Shooting the message #4: A&N Creative

    Following a rich heritage of ‘corporate cartooning’, the special appeal of animation has been turned to advantage by A&N Creative.

    Patrick Russell
    Friday 14 September 2012

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  • World’s earliest colour moving images on view

    The world’s earliest colour film footage is seen in motion for the first time in over a century at Bradford’s National Media Museum.

    Samuel Wigley
    Thursday 13 September 2012

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  • Anna Karenina: on-screen style icon

    As director Joe Wright’s reimagining of Anna Karenina hits cinemas, Claire Smith and Nathalie Morris look back at one of cinema’s enduring style icons.

    Claire Smith, Nathalie Morris
    Wednesday 12 September 2012

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  • Scripts and screenwriters

    To coincide with the new series of BFI/BAFTA Screenwriters’ lectures, an exhibition at BFI Southbank celebrates the art of screenwriting.

    Nathalie Morris
    Monday 10 September 2012

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  • Puzzling over Vertigo

    As Hitchcock’s Vertigo is rereleased nationwide, Geoff Andrew ponders the steady rise in critical esteem of a cruel and complex film now considered the ‘greatest ever made’.

    Geoff Andrew
    Friday 7 September 2012

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