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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

Faya Dayi: an oneiric overview of Ethiopia’s khat-farming communities
News

BFI Skills Review published for film and high-end television

BFI Skills Review published for film and high-end television
Reviews

Eric Ravilious: Drawn to War – a touching search for a missing artist

By Philip Concannon

Eric Ravilious: Drawn to War – a touching search for a missing artist
Interviews

Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert interviewed by Edgar Wright

By Edgar Wright

Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert interviewed by Edgar Wright
News

Announcing BFI Film on Film Festival, a new festival dedicated to celebrating the art of film and film projection

Announcing BFI Film on Film Festival, a new festival dedicated to celebrating the art of film and film projection
Interviews

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.

Aparna Sen on her memories of Satyajit Ray, and her controversial new film The Rapist: “Someone or other is bound to get offended”
Talkies

Poll position: one more film

By David Thomson

Poll position: one more film
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