All articles by Ros Cranston

Lists

The best British TV of 2020, picked by BFI curators

Our team of curators pick some personal highlights from an extraordinary year in British television.

By Robin Baker, Josephine Botting and others

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

The female gaze: 100 overlooked films directed by women

By Isabel Stevens, Bryony Dixon and others

The female gaze: 100 overlooked films directed by women
BFI Recommends

BFI Recommends: Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?

By Ros Cranston

BFI Recommends: Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?
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
Features

Charity Film Awards 2020: What won at a ceremony in lockdown

By Ros Cranston

Charity Film Awards 2020: What won at a ceremony in lockdown
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
Where to begin

Where to begin with Kim Longinotto

By Ros Cranston

Where to begin with Kim Longinotto
Features

Humphrey Jennings: how the documentarian inspired Danny Boyle’s London 2012 Olympic ceremony

By Ros Cranston

Humphrey Jennings: how the documentarian inspired Danny Boyle’s London 2012 Olympic ceremony
Lists

The best British TV of 2018

By Ros Cranston, Bryony Dixon and others

The best British TV of 2018
News

Hit online autism film wins 2018 Charity Film of the Year award

By Ros Cranston

Hit online autism film wins 2018 Charity Film of the Year award
Features

Hit online autism film wins 2018 Charity Film of the Year award

By Ros Cranston

Hit online autism film wins 2018 Charity Film of the Year award
Interviews

The films that anticipated the Brexit vote

By Ros Cranston

The films that anticipated the Brexit vote
Lists

The best British TV of 2017 so far

By Lisa Kerrigan, Josephine Botting and others

The best British TV of 2017 so far
Features

Decoding the 2017 UK party election broadcasts

By Ros Cranston

Decoding the 2017 UK party election broadcasts
Features

Notes from Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017

By Ros Cranston

Notes from Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017
Features

Five pioneering women behind the camera during the Second World War

By Ros Cranston, Steve Foxon and others

Five pioneering women behind the camera during the Second World War
Lists

The best British TV of 2016

By Steve Bryant, Ros Cranston and others

The best British TV of 2016
Features

Lost Syrian arch captured in gorgeous Technicolor

By Ros Cranston

Lost Syrian arch captured in gorgeous Technicolor
Reviews

Film of the week: The Hard Stop

By Ros Cranston

Film of the week: The Hard Stop
Features

Notes from Sheffield Doc/Fest 2016

By Ros Cranston

Notes from Sheffield Doc/Fest 2016
Features

The films that built Out of the Rubble

By Ros Cranston, Mark Duguid and others

The films that built Out of the Rubble
Features

Power in Our Hands and other films about the UK deaf community

By Ros Cranston and Katy McGahan

Power in Our Hands and other films about the UK deaf community
Lists

Fascinating suffragette films now on BFI Player

By Bryony Dixon, Edward Anderson and others

Fascinating suffragette films now on BFI Player
Features

Notes from Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015

By Ros Cranston

Notes from Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015
Features

Vote for Froglet! and The Road to Hell: the Postgate connection

By Ros Cranston

Vote for Froglet! and The Road to Hell: the Postgate connection
Lists

Rarely seen British political campaigning films released on BFI Player – 10 to try

By Edward Anderson, Ros Cranston and others

Rarely seen British political campaigning films released on BFI Player – 10 to try
10 great

10 great modern British documentaries directed by women

By Ros Cranston and Katy McGahan

10 great modern British documentaries directed by women
Features

Shooting the message #18: Catsnake Film

By Ros Cranston

Shooting the message #18: Catsnake Film
10 great

10 great British films directed by women

By Jemma Desai, Selina Robertson and others

10 great British films directed by women
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