Nobody had ever seen a film like Theorem when it arrived on European screens in 1968, and its huge success took Pasolini’s cultural standing to a new level.
There are hints of Sergio Leone in the revelatory work of namesake Sergio Giral, one of the greats of Afro-Cuban cinema, says Ashley Clark.
Theatre director Rufus Norris talks learning the cinematic ropes for his directorial debut.
Curator Dylan Cave tells the industrial story of Corby in moving images.
To celebrate World Book Day and the 80th anniversary of King Kong, we’ve breathed life into the playful cover of one of the quirkier books in the BFI Reuben Library.
A light-footed urban drama about an irrepresible widow opens this year’s London Asian Film Festival.