BFI London Film Festival

Mr. Turner Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

Watching Joseph Mallord William Turner create his many masterpieces in Mike Leigh’s absorbing biopic is…

The Goob Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

This is not a Norfolk anyone with ambition hopes to stay in. A bus driver…

Pasolini Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

If you go in to Pasolini hoping to forge a greater understanding of eponymous director,…

Chasing Berlusconi Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

Before your imagination gets ahead of itself, let us begin by making it clear that,…

Queen and Country Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

Given that it has been 8 years since he last made a film, and over…

White God Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

White God opens with a tracking shot of a young girl as she rides through…

Court Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

At the centre, as you might expect from a film titled Court, lies a trial.…

Men, Women & Children Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

The opening image is a striking one; that of the Voyager spacecraft sailing out into…

The Imitation Game Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

Everyone knows that we won the Second World War, but many are unlikely to realise…

Camp X-Ray Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

Endless repetition marks Camp X-Ray, the directorial debut of Peter Sattler. Guards pace in never-ending…

The Dead Lands Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

The Dead Lands hits the ground with a running man, the camera jolting through the…

Metamorphoses Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

No one can accuse Christophe Honoré of lacking ambition. Since the turn of the millennium,…