Shoot the Messenger (2006)

Shoot the Messenger, is a 2006 BBC Films production directed by Ngozi Onwurah (Welcome II the Terrordome), a story about a newly appointed black school teacher attempting to readdress the racial imbalance in schools, in a landmark film in the history of Black British film. Available on Blu-ray for the first time released by the BFI. JoeContinue reading “Shoot the Messenger (2006)”

Interview with Jim Piddock

Interview with Jim Piddock who has recently published his autobiography, “Caught with My Pants Down – and other tales from a life in Hollywood”, a story about his life and career, from his humble beginnings in the UK to moving to America and acting in Hollywood. Please can you introduce yourself and your book. MyContinue reading “Interview with Jim Piddock”

Jules et Jim (1962)

Part of the François Truffaut: For the Love of Films season at the BFI, Jules et Jim is a black and white French classic from one of the most influential directors of the French New Wave that brings a fascinating mélange of love, romance and friendship to the screen. Set around 1912 before the outbreakContinue reading “Jules et Jim (1962)”

In The Strange Pursuit of Laura Durand 

In The Strange Pursuit of Laura Durand is an award winning Greek roadtrip comedy about two guys and their obsession with a 90s porn star, available across all major digital platforms including iTunes, Amazon and Google. Antonis and Christos are two down on their luck friends, who are both infatuated by 90s porn star Laura Durand whoContinue reading “In The Strange Pursuit of Laura Durand “

South (1919)

SOUTH is screening at BFI Southbank and in selected cinemas from 28 January and out on Blu-ray/DVD on South and the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration on Film, released by the BFI on 28 February. A black and white silent documentary with music showing unprecedented footage from one of the very first Antarctic expeditions during ‘the Heroic Age of AntarcticContinue reading “South (1919)”