Brutal British Horror Reveals An Unforgettably “Cruel Summer”

Phillip Escott and Craig Newman deliver their feature film debut in the form of brutal British horror Cruel Summer...

Celebrating The Impact & Influence Of Michael Powell’s “Peeping Tom”

One of the best British horror films of all time, Peeping Tom remains an influential, subversive piece of cinema from director Michael Powell...

“Golden Years” Is Big On Heart, Small On Drama

Golden Years has bags of heart but lacks dramatic invention and wastes the talents of an excellent ensemble cast...

Ken Loach’s “Poor Cow” Has Lost None Of Its Vibrancy 50 Years On

Ken Loach's first "proper film" Poor Cow has been fully restored by Studio Canal in collaboration with the BFI’s Unlocking Film Heritage programme...
Posted On 01 Aug 2016

The Grit & Grime Of Helen Walsh’s “The Violators” Is Punctuated By The Bold Brilliance Of Star Lauren McQueen

Author Helen Walsh marks her feature film debut as writer-director with this hard-hitting urban drama about innocence lost and under-class survival...

Equal Parts Wake-Up Call & Cautionary Tale: “High-Rise” Is This Generation’s “Fight Club”

Visually arresting, technically challenging and topically on point, Ben Wheatley's High-Rise is a unique piece of cinema...
Posted On 17 Jul 2016

“Life Is Sweet” Says Mike Leigh With A Guarded Sense Of Irony

Mike Leigh's third feature film Life Is Sweet was released in 1990 and remains one of his finest pieces of work...

How Will Brexit Impact British Film?

Now that the United Kingdom was voted to leave the European Union, uncertainty clouds the sector as it looks nervously to the future...
Posted On 25 Jun 2016