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10 great films about poets

From Pyaasa to Paterson. As Terence Davies’ Siegfried Sassoon biopic Benediction arrives in cinemas, we wax lyrical about poetry on screen.

By Hannah Gatward

10 great films about poets
Reviews

The Innocents stages the moral growth of children with a supernatural twist

By Anton Bitel

The Innocents stages the moral growth of children with a supernatural twist
Festivals

Final Cut! makes a self-satisfied muddle out of its zombie-horror spoof

By Christina Newland

Final Cut! makes a self-satisfied muddle out of its zombie-horror spoof
News

Announcing July 2022 at BFI Southbank: Satyajit Ray, Glenda Jackson, In the Black Fantastic and more

Announcing July 2022 at BFI Southbank: Satyajit Ray, Glenda Jackson, In the Black Fantastic and more
Reviews

Tokyo Vice gives its crime-world probings the Michael Mann stamp

By Jason Anderson

Tokyo Vice gives its crime-world probings the Michael Mann stamp
Reviews

Benediction: Terence Davies’ Siegfried Sassoon portrait is a film of waning power

By Alex Ramon

Benediction: Terence Davies’ Siegfried Sassoon portrait is a film of waning power
Reviews

A-ha: the Movie finds Norway’s synth-pop legends still haunted by the fame dream

By Simran Hans

A-ha: the Movie finds Norway’s synth-pop legends still haunted by the fame dream
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