Themes and subjects
This multi-award winning film, released for the first time on DVD, is a short glimpse into the world of autism, with words, drawings, music and animation all contributed by autistic people.
Julien Temple’s epic time-travelling voyage to the heart of his hometown.
In 2007, the BFI released three Derek Jarman films together – Caravaggio (1986), Wittgenstein (1993) and The Angelic Conversation (1985) – all digi
Director Jack Hazan and writer David Mingay (Rude Boy) had access to David Hockney and his circle from 1971 to 1973, a critical period for the inte
Following the nationalisation of transport in 1948, the British Transport Commission set up its own in-house film production unit.
A pioneering first feature from Menelik Shabazz, much of it shot around the Notting Hill and Ladbroke Grove communities, Burning an Illusion marked
For this remarkable experimental film, the provocative avant-garde legend Stephen Dwoskin gathered together a group of strangers and filmed them as
Charlie Chaplin joined Mack Sennett’s Keystone Film Company in late 1913 after being seen in Fred Karno’s touring vaudeville troupe.