- Films and events
Revived and restored from the world’s archives.
The world premiere of a restored major lost work of European avant-garde filmmaking seized by the Nazis.
I Know Where I’m Going!
Powell and Pressburger’s heady romantic masterpiece has never looked or sounded finer than in this revelatory restoration from the BFI National Archive.
Newly remastered by the BFI National Archive, Mike Leigh’s ferociously powerful depiction of England’s underbelly is a brilliant amalgam of black comedy and doomsday prophecy.
The multi Academy Award-winning Dickensian musical of big emotions and singalongable melodies is back in an epic new restoration.
The Outsiders The Complete Novel
Francis Ford Coppola’s visually rich rites-of-passage drama succeeds in encapsulating the overwhelming and all-encompassing emotions of adolescence.
A riveting neorealist testimony to Angola’s anti-colonialist struggle, not screened there until after independence, this is an unforgettable revolutionary film.
Around Japan With a Movie Camera
This selection of films from 1901 to 1913, newly restored by the BFI National Archive, takes us on a fascinating journey through Meiji Japan.
From the Caribbean to West Africa: Edric Connor’s Travelogues
Pioneering West Indian filmmaker Edric Connor tours the Caribbean and Nigeria on the cusp of independence in these beautiful short films.