BFI Reuben Library
A free resource and study space with a huge collection of material about the moving image.
Our library holds the world’s largest collection of books, journals and digitised material about film, television and the moving image, free to access – whether you’re a serious researcher or just stopping by on your way to a film. We have state-of-the-art scanning facilities and an easy-to-use database to point you in the right direction if needed.
The library hosts a year-round programme of talks and events.
The BFI Reuben Library is open 10:30-19:00, Tuesday-Saturday. You can find out more about what’s on offer on our BFI Reuben Library pages.
Mark the centenary of Kael's birth with a special display of her published works, as well as writings on some of the films she championed and eviscerated with her pen.
We celebrate the life and work of this respected auteur with a special display of books from our world-famous collection.
Find out more about Britain’s favourite export in this month’s special display.
With thanks to our generous supporters:
The Reuben Foundation
The Edwin Fox Foundation
The Dr Mortimer and Theresa Sackler Foundation
The Hintze Family Charitable Foundation