400 BLOWS BFI BLU RAY REVIEW

The Nouvelle Vague started somewhere. Its most significant films are often some of its least interesting or appeitising. But then there is the work of Francois Truffaut and his reflection on film, Antoine Doi... Read More...

PLAY FOR TODAY VOL 3 BFI BLU RAY

The BFI have had a bumper schedule in the last month. SHOOT THE MESSENGER, THE PROPOSITION and PLAY FOR TODAY PART III. Its been 50 years since many were originally transmitted but they still hold power and sub... Read More...

CAMERA IS OURS BFI 2 x DVD

The most immediate type of film making is documentary. The recording of actual events, either via record or dramatization, it is the capturing of the real, the vérité (to co opt a well worn phase). Most leading... Read More...

GWEN DVD REVIEW

Throughout GWEN, you feel all cast members are beset by an unknown burden. The British produced gothic drama, seemingly captures you in an omnipotent nightmare. The feeling of being trapped in some supernatural... Read More...

COMES A HORSEMAN BFI BLU RAY REVIEW

Alan Pakula is a noted film maker  but one that has often been known centrally for a single film. His better work, has remained in the shadows. THE PARALLEX VIEW, KLUTE and this stunning neo western. There is a... Read More...