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Features and reviews
Faya Dayi: an oneiric overview of Ethiopia’s khat-farming communities
Jessica Beshir’s feature debut, with its singular aesthetic and tone, marks her out as one of the most exciting voices currently working in non-fiction filmmaking.
By Leila Latif
BFI Skills Review published for film and high-end televisionBFI Skills Review published for film and high-end television
Eric Ravilious: Drawn to War – a touching search for a missing artist
By Philip Concannon
Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert interviewed by Edgar Wright
By Edgar Wright
Announcing BFI Film on Film Festival, a new festival dedicated to celebrating the art of film and film projectionAnnouncing BFI Film on Film Festival, a new festival dedicated to celebrating the art of film and film projection
Aparna Sen on her memories of Satyajit Ray, and her controversial new film The Rapist: “Someone or other is bound to get offended”
By Arun A.K.
Poll position: one more film
By David Thomson
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