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On the eve of the Rugby League World Cup, we take a look back at the earliest known surviving footage of rugby on film, available to watch for free on the BFI Player.
Bela Lugosi was cinema’s first official Count Dracula. Curator John Oliver remembers seeing this cobweb-strewn 1931 classic at an impressionable age…
Keep up with all the thrills and chills of our nationwide celebration of gothic film and television.
With the rerelease of the original Dracula film, Nosferatu, we cast our minds back to the early years of cinema to prove that some of the medium’s greatest chills came in silent form.
Proposals, standing ovations, heartfelt tributes – here’s a dozen of the most memorable moments from the 57th BFI London Film Festival.