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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: Fellini Fantastico

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

Culturefly At The BFI: The Seed Of Doubt

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

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,…

Bypass Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

The tug of war between style and substance sweats and strains only briefly in Bypass.…

Thou Wast Mild and Lovely Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

The naïve and sexually adventurous farmer’s daughter, the mysterious stranger stopped by for the season…

Self Made Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

Identities merge, memories disintegrate, roles switch, the smallest action has devastating consequences and no one…

French Riviera Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

A real life incident evocatively dubbed “casino wars” glimmers with cinematic promise. Set on the…

London Film Festival 2014: What To Look Out For

For the British cinephile, there is perhaps no greater annual event than the London Film…

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…