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  • BFI screens long-lost Laurel and Hardy print

    Laurel and Hardy’s underrated last film, the island adventure Atoll K, is unveiled in its long-thought-lost extended version.

    Uli Ruedel
    Monday 21 January 2013

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  • Making waves: the new Senegalese cinema

    BFI Southbank’s African Odysseys continue with The Pirogue, a seagoing drama which hints at a resurgence for a troubled Senegalese national cinema.

    Ashley Clark
    Thursday 17 January 2013

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  • Shooting the message #6: Pukka Films

    Our series on modern corporate film returns with a look at Pukka Films, a dynamic production company pledging to deliver the art of film to businesses.

    Patrick Russell
    Wednesday 16 January 2013

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  • Japanese master Nagisa Oshima dies

    The iconoclastic director of In the Realm of the Senses and Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence dies aged 80.

    Samuel Wigley
    Tuesday 15 January 2013

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  • Doctor Who at 50

    Co-curator of our year-long Doctor Who celebration, Justin Johnson reveals the challenges of doing justice to ‘the greatest TV show in the world’.

    Justin Johnson
    Friday 11 January 2013

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  • Oscars 2013: the nominations in full

    The 2013 Academy Award nominations are in, with Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln competing in 12 categories.

    Samuel Wigley
    Thursday 10 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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  • 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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  • 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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