Visual highlights from the BFI’s Uncut season of daring cult and cult and classic films, marking the BBFC’s centenary.
Curator Dylan Cave puzzles over a cosy police drama with one of the most shocking moments in British cinema.
As The Shining is rereleased nationwide, Stanley Kubrick’s producer Jan Harlan discusses the genesis of this ‘symphony in schizophrenia’.
‘Filth followers everywhere rejoice!’ John Waters celebrates an uncut screening of his 1972 assault on good taste.
Ashley Clark enjoys a new documentary comprising archive footage shot in the Caribbean between 1922 and 1970 by British Pathé Films .
How Temple transformed thousands of hours of archive film into a social history of the capital.