A few highlights from our exhibition exploring Terence Stamp’s status as actor, writer and style icon.
The rerelease of 70s classic The King of Marvin Gardens is a chance to reappraise an early highlight from one of that decade’s magnetic performers.
Young filmmakers take inspiration from the ‘godfather of the avant-garde’ to make their own films on analogue equipment.
From a deep-space thriller to a lyrical seabound adventure, four new films backed by the BFI Film Fund premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year.
The roaring 20s are back in vogue thanks to Baz Luhrmann’s Jazz Age spectacle The Great Gatsby, but what was the decade really like? Here’s our guide to how boys and girls of the 20s got their kicks.
Lars von Trier has never been shy of sensational subject matter or media notoriety. Paul O’Callaghan offers an introduction to the provocations of one of world cinema’s most divisive directors.
As digital technology takes over, so our affection for analogue grows. Joseph Ernst’s short film Londoners delights in the textures of archaic camera technology to document street life in the modern capital.