Chernobyl Diaries DVD Review

Chernobyl Diaries comes from the mind of Oren Peli, the man who gave the world the Paranormal Activity film. Although subsequently the films have become more tired and staid, the first episode was fresh and inv... Read More...

Jour de Fete DVD Review

As the BFI release of Jacques Tati’s 1949 film Jour de Fete begins, there is a brief note explaining the colour version and the black and white 1964 reworking of the original that follows it. The film was origi... Read More...

Mon Oncle DVD Review

The BFI is continuing its proud tradition of reverence to classic cinema with re-releases of French maestro Jacques Tati’s best known films.  Mon Oncle  was Tati’s second outing as one of his trademark characte... Read More...

Three Colours Trilogy

Released between 1993 and 1994, Krzysztof Kieslowski's Three Colours Trilogy was almost instantly hailed as a high watermark of the European and art-house cinema of the '90s, and even watched nearly twenty year... Read More...