British Film Institute

Film review

The visual thrill of the legendary filmmakers Powell and Pressburger

A rich exploration of the artistry of the film-making duo, founders of the Archers production company, who directed some of the most influential films in the history of cinema, from “A Matter of Life and Death” to “The Red Shoes”

Take five: Steve McQueen quintet crowns an art-centred London Film Festival

Turner Prize winner’s series led a programme that celebrated the electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire and explored an unlikely allegiance of artist and criminal


Victorians in pictures: British Film Institute digitises archive of over 500 early silent films

Conservation experts carefully cleaned the fragile and flammable nitrate film so each frame could be individually scanned

Pandemonium as celebrations of Derek Jarman kick off

King’s College show opens events marking the 20th anniversary of the film-maker’s death

Art on the big screen: The art and lives of prominent 20th century artists

Documentaries on Julio González and Kazimir Malevich are particularly striking, while the Claes Oldenburg and Jasper Johns films are less so