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 innovative and compelling drama, a highlight from the 2017 BFI London Film Festival, follows a charismatic Congolese singer.
Don’t miss this visually sumptuous exploration of the life of the renowned psychoanalyst.
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The Brothers Size, Young Vic Theatre 19 Jan - 14 Feb
Don't miss this deeply moving fable about the rarely spoken bond between brothers and friends from the Oscar-winning writer of Moonlight. At the Young Vic from 19 Jan - 14 Feb.
The mind-altering and the unclassifiable.
LGBT films and events.
Experimenta: Artist Film and Alternative Moving Image Culture
Artists’ film and video.
Jarman Award-winner and Turner Prize-nominee Luke Fowler programmes a night of films for you.
Sally Potter’s debut feature is a sci-fi-musical extravaganza starring Julie Christie.
We take a closer look at Sally Potter’s groundbreaking feminist classic.
Projecting the Archive
Rediscovered British features.
Projecting the Archive presents a Billy Fury Tribute Night: Play It Cool + intro by Vic Pratt, BFI Video Publishing
We honour Liverpool legend Billy Fury, with a 35mm film screening of his fab musical feature.
Ida Lupino stars as the housekeeper who invites her disturbed sisters to move in…
Free and paid matinees, talks and presentations for seniors.
Bergman’s modernist masterpiece explores the volatile relationship between an actress and her nurse.
Join veteran film and TV director Peter Smith for a look at his early documentaries.
A riotous comedy set in a Liverpool social club on New Year’s Eve, written by Alan Bleasdale.
This epic silent film tells the ravishing, romantic story behind the Taj Mahal.
A special screening of a documentary, plus a discussion around the little-known Chinese Labour Corps.
A young musician and his teacher fight to keep tradition alive in this captivating drama.
Celebrating the best international restorations.
Music-inspired films and events.
Eric Clapton joins us to discuss this new film about his life and career.
Woman with a Movie Camera
Celebrating women’s contribution to film.
This classic comedy-drama focuses on a group of British Asian women on a day trip to Blackpool.