Geoff Andrew explains why Pasolini’s Theorem, starring Terence Stamp as a mysterious stranger whose comes to stay with a middle-class family, hit him like a thunderclap.
First projects announced from new BFI Film Fund process for supporting first-time directors with budgets under £2m.
The epitome of Gallic cool and a favourite actor of the French New Wave, Jean-Paul Belmondo turns 80.
Birds Eye View talk to us about this year’s showcase for the groundswell of Arab women filmmakers who are making waves at international festivals.
To mark the publication of her new study of French superstar Brigitte Bardot, Ginette Vincendeau picks out her favourite Bardot movies.
John Boorman’s career has taken in science-fiction, horror, Arthurian legend and river adventure. Here are some of the best posters for his classic films.