Premiere: Deepa Keshvala’s film Kara tackles the relationship between father and daughter, plagued by the hardships of a deadly disease.
The actor is unrecognisable as a tatted up, tough-talking skinhead – trying to abandon a life of hatred – in this must-watch film.
The British actress makes the Sundance Grand Jury prize-winning film an uncomfortable, important watch.
A cryogenic prison, self-driving cars, and some solid gold forecasting that not even the highest calibre sci-fi came close to predicting.
The BFI Southbank’s season is a chance to see The Matrix, La Haine, Trainspotting and some Tarantino classics, all on the big screen.