Andrew Fleming’s 1996 film offers a spellbinding blend of Wiccan rituals and high school politics.
By Daisy Bata
Our investigation into the government’s Culture Recovery Fund has found evidence of automated cultural elitism.
Tom Hardy is back as everyone’s favourite quasi-schizophrenic vigilante crimefighter.
The 26-minute mood piece captures the majesty of the dance company for their Spring Gala.
Now that Paddington 2 is officially the greatest film of all time, what other classics might benefit from his inclusion?
Read an exclusive extract from the new BFI Classics book on Isao Takahata’s seminal 1988 anime.
By Aimee Knight
This poignant documentary throws open the pearly gates of Florida’s largest retirement village.
Kelvin Harrison Jr goes on trial in this well-intention but overly melodramatic look at America’s racist legal system.
This stylish first feature from Greek writer/director Christos Nikou fails to build on its intriguing premise.
Steve Zahn brings his usual laid-back charm to this homespun drama about a father and his trans son.
Fuzzy feels abound in this entertaining if slight documentary about the creation of the iconic kids’ TV show.