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  • Stormy waves: the London Korean Film Festival 2013

    Some high-profile absences and attendant censorship worries were but the foam on a weltering sea of investigations of Korea. Anton Bitel reports on angry socio-political allegories, sex-assault dramas and more.

    Anton Bitel
    Friday 13 December 2013

    Festivals

  • Family lives: Discover Arab Cinema

    BFI Southbank’s year-long Discover Arab Cinema season continues with four acclaimed directorial debuts focusing on family life.

    Mona Deeley
    Friday 13 December 2013

    Features

  • Blockage on the line: Snowpiercer vs Scissorhands

    Bong Joonho’s Snowpiercer was one of the most anticipated films of 2013. But while it has been a hit in France and Korea, English-speaking audiences won’t be able to see it for some time to come. This is more than just a case of the wrong kind of snow, reports Tony Rayns.

    Tony Rayns
    Friday 13 December 2013

    Features

  • 10 great haunted house films

    Creaky floorboards, faces at the window, things that go bump in the night – with The Innocents back in cinemas, here are 10 more classic old dark house movies.

    Kevin Lyons
    Thursday 12 December 2013

    Lists

  • Earliest film of Christmas ghost story sees light

    Watch the BFI’s restoration of The Mistletoe Bough (1904), the oldest film version of a classic Christmas ghost story.

    Thursday 12 December 2013

    Announcements

  • The gothic glamour of The Innocents

    Dressed for distress – beautiful costume designs for Deborah Kerr in the haunted-house classic The Innocents.

    Claire Smith
    Wednesday 11 December 2013

    Features

  • BFI Player among 100 Best Things in the World

    GQ magazine names the BFI’s new video-on-demand service one of the 100 Best Things in the World Right Now.

    Samuel Wigley
    Tuesday 10 December 2013

    Features

  • Why I love... The Woman in Black

    Curator Lisa Kerrigan remembers a terrifying first encounter with the Woman in Black, in the 1989 TV version of Susan Hill’s famous ghost story.

    Lisa Kerrigan
    Monday 9 December 2013

    Features

  • Video: Author Neil Gaiman on gothic

    Neil Gaiman, author of The Sandman, Coraline and The Graveyard Book, discusses the origins of gothic in literature and his love of gothic cinema.
     

    Monday 9 December 2013

    Video

  • Shooting the message #12: Jacaranda

    A look at a corporate production company whose early relationship with The Body Shop ties it closely to the rise of ‘ethical capitalism’.

    Patrick Russell
    Monday 9 December 2013

    Features

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