Travel back to the earliest days of film and explore how it first became necessary to invent the film censor.
With our two-part Ealing: Light and Dark season now underway, season curator Mark Duguid explains why there’s more to Ealing than its comedies.
The BBFC’s senior archivist Jen Evans digs out the board’s original report on a teen rebel drama that scandalised 1950s audiences.
With the release of Battleship Potemkin on Blu-ray, Michael Brooke unravels the difficulties of representing silent film accurately on disc.
Nominations for the 15th annual Moët British Independent Film Awards are announced at a ceremony hosted by actor and BIFA patron, Adrian Lester.
With the release of Jour de fête on DVD/Blu-ray, we trace the history of how Jacques Tati’s timeless comedy got its colour back.