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  • Video: Cary Grant - From Vaudeville to Hollywood

    Handsome, charming, elegant — Cary Grant was the definitive Hollywood leading man. But the actor, born Archibald Leach in Bristol, took a swerve en route to suave: he started out as a vaudeville performer. Here BFI producer Nic Wassell, aided by voice over artist Romie Faienza, examines how pratfalls, acrobatics and stilt-walking helped Grant climb to the top rung of the Hollywood ladder.


    Thursday 1 August 2019

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  • The director and stars of rural gothic drama Gwen

    Gwen director William McGregor and stars, Eleanor Worthington-Cox and Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, talk about making the film, in which a young woman living on a farm in Snowdonia struggles to cope with her mother’s mysterious illness, her father’s absence and a ruthless mining company encroaching on their land.


    Wednesday 24 July 2019

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  • Video essay: Correspondence 1989-1999

    Over the course of a ten-year postal correspondence, a pair of movie-going pen-pals share their thoughts on some of 90s cinema’s key traits: the rise of video, the need for speed, and of course the cliff’s-edge sense of global dread.


    Monday 15 July 2019

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  • Video: TV’s Bad Girls panel event, including the stars of Footballers’ Wives and Harlots

    A panel, including Stephanie Beacham and Lesley Manville, discuss modern anti-heroines from your favourite shows such as Killing Eve, Harlots, Bad Girls and Dynasty.


    Tuesday 25 June 2019

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  • Video: Georgia Parris on Mari

    The writer-director of a dance-drama about grief and a warring family is joined by choreographer Maxine Doyle and producer Emma Duffy to discuss making the film.


    Monday 24 June 2019

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  • Video: Asif Kapadia on Diego Maradona

    The Oscar-winning director of Amy and Senna visits the BFI Southbank to discuss the third film in a trilogy about the price of fame, his documentary on the Argentine football legend Diego Maradona.
     


    Thursday 20 June 2019

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  • Video: Dominga Sotomayor Castillo on Too Late to Die Young

    The director talks about her 90s-set drama about a group of Chilean kids growing up in the rubble of the Pinochet regime.


    Thursday 13 June 2019

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  • Video: Nick Broomfield on Behind the Rent Strike

    Nick Broomfield talks to Samira Ahmed about his start in documentary filmmaking, his move towards fiction films and his wider career in an interview that focuses on his film Behind the Rent Strike (1974).


    Thursday 6 June 2019

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  • Video: Dirty God star Vicky Knight and director Sacha Polak

    The cast and director of Dirty God talk about making the film, which follows young mother Jade as she tries hard to recover from an acid attack that left her severely disfigured. 


    Wednesday 5 June 2019

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  • Video: The Horrible Histories team on their Victorian filmmaking special

    The BBC’s Horrible Histories team talk about making an episode of the hit TV show based on the BFI National Archive’s Victorian film collection. The episode takes place at a time when moving pictures had just been invented and filmmakers would stop at nothing to get that shot.

     


    Monday 3 June 2019

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