Romeo and Juliet - Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting - reunited for an onstage Q&A for the first time ever at a screening of the new '4k' restoration of Franco Zeffirelli’s 1968 classic at the Aero Theatre in Los Angeles on 6 Dec.
Sophie Brown reports on key themes from the third-annual This Way Up cinema exhibition innovation conference, which was held in Glasgow on Nov 29-30.
In her second essay, Sophie Brown looks at the punk attitude in getting non-mainstream films to audiences.
British Council was delighted to support Terence Davies' trip to CPH PIX in Copenhagen, in conjunction with the festival's retrospective of his films.
As punk turns 40, Sophie Brown questions if the punk spirit can still be found in British filmmaking today. Part one of a two-part series.
Award-winning actor Don Warrington tells us about his recent trip to Trinidad and Tobago where he led acting workshops and presented the film of his recent King Lear.
The BFI London Film Festival lays out a feast of debut features from UK directors in 2016.
British Council offers an exclusive video with director Richie Mehta to talk about his unique new documentary India In A Day.
We look back on a series of successful pop-up Shakespeare film screenings in Athens from June to August, including some gorgeous photos of these special events.
In August 2016 Film team members Will Massa and Jemma Desai attended the inaugural forum to celebrate the launch China's first city of Short Film. Here's what they discovered:
From the first filmed crime re-enactment to Beatles stories to Terence Davies’ personal dramas, Liverpool has a rich cinematic history. Rhiannon Wain investigates how Liverpool has been portrayed on screen throughout the years.