Our regular programme includes world cinema, archive, experimental, sonic cinema and LGBT events.
Inspirational films by and about the people of Africa, from archive classics to new cinema.
This landmark film, set within a black UK church congregation, focuses on a female pastor who’s reminded of her first love.
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LGBTQ+ films and events.
Sebastián Lelio’s powerful romantic triangle set in a strict North London Orthodox Jewish community.
Our invited guests encourage you to join the discussion around new release Disobedience.
This Oscar-winner offers a powerful tale of a young trans woman's passion and grief.
Terence Stamp plays a seductive stranger whose unexpected arrival at the mansion of a wealthy family changes everything.
BFI Flare supports World Aids Day with a special event featuring rarely-seen archive extracts and an open discussion.
Experimenta: Artist Film and Alternative Moving Image Culture
Artists’ film and video.
Fans of smart, surreal comedy and Chris Morris should not miss this one-off screening.
Projecting the Archive
Rediscovered British features.
Find out why Gert and Daisy reigned as Britain’s top female comedy duo for over 30 years.
Googie Withers stars in this 1950 adaptation of a smash-hit West End play.
Free and paid matinees, talks and presentations for seniors.
We screen One Week and The General, two fantastic Keaton films, fun for all the family.
This delightful, warm-hearted film features real comedy and musical acts from music hall (including performers Florrie Forde and Charles Coburn starring as themselves).
Celebrating the best international restorations.
This comedy of manners, set in Paris, features a couple tempted by other romantic possibilities.
In this rip-roaring 1925 film, a professor leads his team of explorers to a land that time forgot.
The darker side of cinema.
Woman with a Movie Camera
Celebrating women’s contribution to film.
Starring Evan Rachel Wood and Nikki Reed, Thirteen is an incisive look at female rites of passage.