Barry Lyndon- Kubrick's beautiful adaptation of Thackeray's novel, back in a digital re-issue for an extended run.
The Neon Demon- a preview of Nicholas Winding Refn's divisive and delicious slice of dark horror.
The Heiress- part of the BFI's tribute to actress Olivia de Havilland.
The Naked Civil Servant- the groundbreaking dramatisation of the line of Quentin Crisp, part of the BFI's tribute to director Jack Gold.
The Battle of the Somme - the full length documentary made in 1916 that was a huge box office success back in the day.
Regular strands and seasons:
The concluding part of the BFI’s Spielberg season takes us into darker territory.
We salute feminist trailblazer Olivia de Havilland, as the great Hollywood Golden Age actress turns 100.
Over an amazing 60-year career Jack Gold directed some of the most perfectly crafted films for both big and small screen.
Europe’s largest South Asian film festival returns, showcasing the best independent films from the Indian subcontinent.
Part two of the BFI’s look at WWI on film, focusing on the experience of the people who lived through it.