All articles by Steven Foxon

Features

Night Call: the 70s motorway safety film with a sting in its tail

With a taste of Steven Spielberg’s Duel or Tales of the Unexpected, the 1977 road danger awareness film Night Call is a public information film classic: taut, tricksy and terrifying. Curator Steven Foxon presses play.

By Steven Foxon

Night Call: the 70s motorway safety film with a sting in its tail
Lists

The best British TV of 2020, picked by BFI curators

By Robin Baker, Josephine Botting and others

The best British TV of 2020, picked by BFI curators
News

2020 Grierson Documentary Awards: the winners in full

By Steven Foxon

2020 Grierson Documentary Awards: the winners in full
Britain on Lockdown

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #3

By Bryony Dixon, Ros Cranston and others

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #3
Britain on Lockdown

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #2

By Jez Stewart, Patrick Russell and others

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #2
Britain on Lockdown

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #1

By Ros Cranston, William Fowler and others

Britain on Lockdown: The online videos shaping the crisis #1
Interviews

Under the Wire – gripping documentary about war reporters in Syria

By Steven Foxon

Under the Wire – gripping documentary about war reporters in Syria
Lists

The best British TV of 2017

By Bryony Dixon, William Fowler and others

The best British TV of 2017
Features

5 pioneering women behind the camera during the Second World War

By Ros Cranston, Steven Foxon and others

5 pioneering women behind the camera during the Second World War