Culturefly at the BFI

Culturefly At The BFI: The Power Of Love

Oscar Wilde once said that life without love was “like a sunless garden when the…

Culturefly At The BFI: The Touch Of A Genius

Those looking for a sequence epitomising the intrepid innovation that defined Orson Welles as an…

Culturefly At The BFI: Marilyn Monroe – More Than A Misfit

Marilyn Monroe was truly a star that stood out from the crowd. A blonde bombshell…

Culturefly At The BFI: Fellini Fantastico

The state you are likely to find yourself in having seen Federico Fellini’s 8½ on…

Culturefly At The BFI: A Festival With Flare

2014 was a crucial year for LGBT rights, with the landmark legislation of gay marriage…

Culturefly At The BFI: Katharine Hepburn: Hollywood’s Independent Icon

From the moment she first stepped on to the sun-kissed streets of Hollywood back in…

Culturefly At The BFI: A Tribute To Jacques Tati

Much like Charlie Chaplin, one of his key inspirations, Jacques Tati was one of a…

Culturefly At The BFI: The Seed Of Doubt

Plants have never made for the most convincing of antagonists. Just take M. Night Shyamalan’s…

Culturefly At The BFI: Night Will Fall Review

From the films we’ve watched and the books we’ve read, we perceive to know the…

Culturefly At The BFI: The Face Of A Murderer

Though it was generally that of a villain, Peter Lorre had many faces. His protruding…

Culturefly At The BFI: Jim Jarmusch – A Poet of Motion

There is, quite simply, no director like Jim Jarmusch. He was one of a selection…