Michael Caine stars as subordinate British agent Harry Palmer in The Ipcress File, the first of the three films he made in the role between 1965 and 1967.
Over 40 years since it first appeared on the big screen and Fahrenheit 451 is perhaps more relevant today than at any other time in its history.
While most of the cult British gangster flicks have been remade, reissued and generally run into the ground, one prime example has been left gathering dust in the archives – Villain. Strange, because, despite a couple of obvious flaws, this is up there with any of them.
John Schlesinger’s big screen version of Billy Liar marks a turning point in British film making.
A film that’s not exactly dated well, but there’s still much to enjoy with Beat Girl.
It’s incredibly difficult to review Quadrophenia as a movie in the modern era. Many of us have been brought up with it, been inspired by it and ultimately distanced ourselves from its movie simplistic view of what ‘Mod’ is. But try to take away any pre-conceptions you may have and […]
We’re very excited to see the launch of the BFI Printstore, especially with the prospect of being able to buy over 75,000 classic, cult and rare film images for very little money.