This oceanic epic is based on the attempt by Norwegian ethnographer Thor Heyerdahl to prove that Polynesia could have been settled by South American seafarers 1,500 years ago.
A boisterous dissertation on Britain’s greatest landscape artist J. M. W. Turner; Leigh’s first biopic since 1999’s scrutiny of Gilbert and Sullivan, Topsy Turvy.
PoetryFilm Solstice will feature a programme of short poetryfilms and live performances curated by PoetryFilm founder Zata Kitowski.
Anna (Trzebuchowska), a teenage novitiate nun, is about to take her final vows in a rural convent, when fate intervenes in the form of her hard-living, hard-drinking aunt.
Produced in secret, entirely under the radar of the US government, Laura Poitras’ film offers unprecedented access to Edward Snowdon in the days leading up to the NSA leaks in June 2013.
In Jonathan Glazer's sci-fi horror, a coolly striking brunette (Johansson) drives a battered van around Scotland seducing unremarkable men, whom she then despatches in nightmarishly bizarre ways.
Early twentieth-century martial-arts grandmaster Man Ip leads a peaceful life in southern China, until he is challenged by a recently retired rival from the north.
Tim Burton's classic contemporary fairy tale; a poignant celebration of a visionary spirit struggling to survive in an unforgiving world.
This tragic, compelling drama follows a modern day Job as he tries to hold on to his life in a small town in northern Russia.
Stanley Kubrick’s epic meditation on human evolution shines brilliantly 46 years later in a new BFI restoration.