BFI London Film Festival

A White, White Day – BFI London Film Festival Review

After his wife dies in a car accident, Ingimundur (Ingvar Sigurdsson) does his best to…

Hope Frozen – BFI London Film Festival Review

The Naovaratpong family face tragedy when their two-year-old Matheryn, affectionately known as Einz, dies of…

Sid & Judy – BFI London Film Festival Review

Although she had only 47 years on the planet, Judy Garland packed a lot of…

System Crasher – BFI London Film Festival Review

Benni (Helena Zengel) is a ‘system crasher’. Impulsive, erratic, and violent, she has burned her…

Perfect 10 – BFI London Film Festival Review

Those fleeting teenage years of precarious decisions and nerve-wracking moments, that seem to feel like…

You Don’t Nomi – BFI London Film Festival Review

Nearly twenty-five years on, Showgirls continues to build a fan base – and since watching…

5 films to watch at this year’s BFI London Film Festival

Once more unto the breach, film fans! It’s that glorious time of year again when…

BFI London Film Festival 2018: The Best Of The Fest

Hundreds of films played at this year’s London Film Festival and to whittle it down to…

Rafiki – BFI London Film Festival Review

Wanuri Kahiu’s thesis statement for Rafiki perfectly sums up the message of the film: “Feel all…

Stan & Ollie – BFI London Film Festival Review

Stan & Ollie depends on the strength of Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly. Recreating…

Benjamin – BFI London Film Festival Review

Simon Amstell, comedian and writer, created something of a buzz when his first foray into…

The Hate U Give – BFI London Film Festival Review

With regards to cinema, teenagers are exceptionally lucky with what is on offer today. Ladybird,…