BFI London Film Festival 2017
Insight and interviews from this year's festival
'Happy End' Follows a Calais Family Who Don't Care About the Migrant Crisis
Michael Haneke's new film looks at apathy and detachment through the eyes of a family that's falling apart.
The Film That Will Make You Think Twice About Rich White Girls
Director and screenwriter Cory Finley’s debut film 'Thoroughbreds' delivers teen girl privilege to new heights using dark comedy and quick wit.
The Slits Are Refusing to Be Written Out of Music History
A new documentary retells the story of punk from the perspective of its most unapologetic band.
‘The Florida Project’ Is a Film About Childhood, Adventure and the Hidden Homeless
We spoke to director Sean Baker about his exploration of American Dream poverty through the magical world of motel kids.
This Is a New Golden Age for Horror Films
They've kicked out cliche and instead are making persuasive political points with big scares to match.
What Happens If You're Out Online But Closeted in Public?
Eliza Hittman’s second film, 'Beach Rats', is a fresh look at the gay coming-of-age story that resists just about every cliche imaginable.
What You Need To See At the BFI London Film Festival 2017
From the new Richard Linklater to this year's 'American Honey', here are six picks you shouldn't miss.