The Levelling (2017) Review
Debut British drama The Levelling is a deeply profound & powerful work. Here's our official review.
Professor Brian Cox Introduces The BFI’s Second Entry Of The Cut
THE CUT is a monthly series of new short films featuring nine high-profile artistic creators lauded for success in their respective creative spheres – from fashion and music to science, art and design – who all have a passion for film and chose the titles that have most inspired... Read more
UK Release Date Confirmed For Beast
Altitude Film Distribution have announced the release date of Michael Pearce’s Beast as 27th April 2018. BAFTA nominee Michael Pearce’s astonishing, intoxicating film debut Beast launched to wide acclaim at the Toronto International Film Festival and was nominated for First Feature at the BFI London Film Festival. The stylish,... Read more
LFF 2017 – On Chesil Beach Review
Bittersweet love story which fails to leave a lasting taste. In 2015’s Brooklyn, Irish born actress Saoirse Ronan was truly magnificent and 2017 sees her star in another romantic drama, this time in On Chesil Beach; an adaptation of the Ian McEwan novella of the same name. At only... Read more
LFF 2017 – Liyana Review
The power of imagination and storytelling, wonderfully realised in this documentary-animation hybrid. It might be a little too early to make a call on the best documentary at this year’s Oscars, but based on this debut film from Aaron & Amanda Kopp, you might just want to put an... Read more
Into Film Festival 2017 Bookings Now Open
Bookings open today for the Into Film Festival 2017 – the world’s biggest free, youth film festival, which takes place from November 8th to 24th with 3000 free screenings and events for 5-19 year-olds, many linked to subjects in the curriculum.   Open to schools, colleges, youth leaders and home... Read more
Andy Serkis’ Breathe To Open BFI London Film Festival; Watch Trailer Here
Acclaimed actor Andy Serkis makes his feature directorial debut with Breathe, which is set to open the 61st BFI London Film Festival this October. Based on a script by twice Academy Award-nominated writer William Nicholson, Breathe is an inspirational true story of love without limits, and stars The Crown‘s... Read more
Trespass Against Us (2016) Blu-Ray Review
Fassbender shines in a movie that never hits the mark with the potential it possesses. Michael Fassbender is a home-grown talent whose repertoire of films is a testament to an actor who is never afraid to return to his roots and buck the trend, waltzing from blockbuster movies back... Read more
Lionsgate Acquires U.S Distribution Rights to Aardman’s Early Man
It has been announced today that Lionsgate has acquired the U.S distribution rights to the hotly anticipated Aardman animated comedy Early Man from STUDIOCANAL and production company Aardman. The film will be released under Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment. Lionsgate will also control licensing and merchandising for the film in the... Read more
The Levelling (2017) Review

Debut British drama The Levelling is a deeply profound & powerful work. Here’s our official review.

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Is There More Sherlock To Come? Mark Gatiss Says “We’ll See.”
Sherlock’s series four finale drew in an audience of 5.9 million. Its stars, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, have gone on to head in their own franchises. The show’s twists and turns frequently throw the twittersphere into a furore, and it’s been both praised, criticised as too Bond-esque, and,... Read more
Indie On The BFI Player: Adam Driver
Despite last year’s exploit into the most successful, epic space opera film franchise of all time, Adam Driver remains without doubt the poster boy for the independent film industry. Rising to prominence as Adam Sackler in Lena Dunham’s HBO show Girls, for which he received three consecutive nominations for... Read more
Bargain Cinema For Youngsters This Spring At BFI Southbank
Visiting the cinema can be a costly affair, but this Spring at the British Film Institute (BFI), audience members aged 25 and under can benefit from their fantastically affordable ticketing scheme. From previews of new releases such as Their Finest, and Mindhorn, to restored classics, and even their retrospective... Read more