What to see at BFI London Film Festival 2021
We went through the overwhelmingly huge programme for LFF 2021 to pick out the films that we think you'll like.
Back To School: A Costume Designer Shares Her Film Industry Tips
Costume designer Meghan Warren talks about her route into the costume departments for shows such as Bridgerton and The Great.
Day 7: REMEMBER YOU WERE MADE TO BE USED
Explore the final day of REMEMBER YOU WERE MADE TO BE USED's Tumblr curation to see the screenshots that have informed the multimedia artist's work.
What to Watch at BFI Flare 2021
Tickets go on sale tomorrow, 2 March at 11:00 GMT; here's our picks from the programme.
Our Picks for London Short Film Festival 2021
London Short Film Festival goes digital and worldwide for the first time. Here's what we're booking to watch from our kitchen tables.
Gus Van Sant's Top Five Fashion Moments
Here's five times a Gus Van Sant movie delivered the timeless fashion goods.
Our Picks for BFI London Film Festival 2020
Miranda July, Josephine Decker, Pedro Almodovar, Lena Dunham... Here's what we're looking forward to for LFF 2020.
Attend BFI Flare's Virtual Screening On Pride Weekend
To mark the close of Pride weekend, BFI Flare are screening the documentary 'Pride and Protest'.
Fashion Film: Petra Collins for Simone Rocha & Moncler
Petra Collins' short film made for Simone Rocha's Moncler Genius 2020 collection, with an exclusive Q&A with the designer and filmmaker, by Sarah Kathryn Cleaver.
Essay: Queer Performance is a Protest
Studio Screenings: Gareth Pugh - Gina Tonic on why queer performance on film is a political act.
BTS Gallery: Gareth Pugh Selects Cabaret
Re-live our first Studio Screening night, hosted by Gareth Pugh, with Charlie Tronchot's behind-the-scenes snaps.
Studio Screenings: Gareth Pugh
SHOWstudio launched an intimate film screening series, kicking off with one of London’s most celebrated designers Gareth Pugh presenting 'Cabaret' (1972).
BTS Film: Gareth Pugh Selects Cabaret
Life is a Cabaret! Our old chum Gareth Pugh shared one of his favourite films with an intimate audience of fashion fans.
Voicemail Interview: Gareth Pugh on Cabaret, Film and Fashion
Gareth Pugh chatted with Sarah Kathryn Cleaver about choosing Bob Fosse's Cabaret (1972) for the first of our Studio Screenings.
Day 1: Raquel Couceiro And Myles Henrik Hall
The filmmaker duo reveal the inspirations for the 'angel' character from their fashion film–9.
BFI Flare Festival Moves Online
Happy days! Films from the cancelled festival are now available to watch online.
Our Picks for BFI Flare London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival
Tickets are on sale for the 2020 line-up, featuring a new Xavier Dolan film, an ode to pre-'86 queer life and a serial killer horror.
Hollywood Costume Designer Mark Bridges on His Creative Approach
Nominated at this year’s Oscars for Best Costume Design Joker, Bridges explains why you should never underestimate the transformative power of a coloured sock.
Interview: Twiggy Lawson on Ken Russell
Twiggy talks how she made the transition from modelling into acting, with help from director Ken Russell.
Yves Saint Laurent: The Last Collections
The director of the long-suppressed 2019 documentary 'Yves Saint Laurent: The Last Collections' speaks to Sarah Cleaver on Saint Laurent's close yet fraught relationship with business partner Pierre Bergé.
Interview: Olivier Meyrou on Yves Saint Laurent
Director Olivier Meyrou tells Sarah Kathryn Cleaver about the process of making the 2019 film Yves Saint Laurent: The Last Collections, and the nearly two decade wait for it to be released.
The Long-awaited YSL Documentary is Finally Being Screened!
Oliver Meyrou’s documentary on Yves Saint Laurent is finally screened 20 years since its inception.
Shortlist: Cry of the City
Dialogue from Robert Siodmak's 1941 gangster film Cry of the City soundtracks the alienation of urban migration.