Category Archives: BFI

Carmen Jones (1954) dir. Otto Preminger

Shot in glorious technicolor and Cinemascope, Otto Preminger’s Carmen Jones is a treat for the senses. From the opening credits and the strains of Bizet’s opera, vivid colour floods the screen in this lovely restoration from the BFI. Using Bizet’s 19th century-set opera is transposed to a Southern military base at the end of the […]

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Carmen Jones (1954) dir. Otto Preminger

Shot in glorious technicolor and Cinemascope, Otto Preminger’s Carmen Jones is a treat for the senses. From the opening credits and the strains of Bizet’s opera, vivid colour floods the screen in this lovely restoration from the BFI. Using Bizet’s 19th century-set opera is transposed to a Southern military base at the end of the […]

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“Black Star” Season At BFI Southbank Celebrates The Film & Television Of Black Actors

Black Star celebrates the relationship between stars and the audiences who love them, spotlighting great performances by black actors on screen…… The post “Black Star” Season At BFI Southbank Celebrates The Film & Television Of Black Actors appeared first on Top 10 Films – Movie Lists, Reviews, Competitions, News & Opinion.

“Black Star” Season At BFI Southbank Celebrates The Film & Television Of Black Actors

Stanley Kubrick’s “Barry Lyndon” Looks Stunning In Newly Cut Trailer For July 29 Re-Release

Stanley Kubrick’s brilliant Barry Lyndon gets a new “lick of paint” as part of the BFI’s re-release July 29…… The post Stanley Kubrick’s “Barry Lyndon” Looks Stunning In Newly Cut Trailer For July 29 Re-Release appeared first on Top 10 Films – Movie Lists, Reviews, Competitions, News & Opinion.

Stanley Kubrick’s “Barry Lyndon” Looks Stunning In Newly Cut Trailer For July 29 Re-Release

International Centre For Film, TV And The Moving Image To Promote British Film Production

Proposed new BFI Centre will empower, encourage and promote British film amongst the industry and audiences… … The post International Centre For Film, TV And The Moving Image To Promote British Film Production appeared first on Top 10 Films – Movie Lists, Reviews, Competitions, News & Opinion.

International Centre For Film, TV And The Moving Image To Promote British Film Production