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02/27/2017 at 16:35. Facebook
“Success is a great deodorant. It takes away all your past smells.”

– Elizabeth Taylor, born on this day in 1932
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02/27/2017 at 16:27. Facebook
11 days of films and fun at BFI Southbank this March - tickets are now on sale for #BFIFlare!

Book tickets for BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival 2017

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02/27/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
In 1960, the kids of South Yorkshire were flipping mad for pancakes.

Will this be you tomorrow for Pancake Day?

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02/27/2017 at 15:57. Facebook
Dig into our top 10 films from the late career of Elizabeth Taylor to discover some lesser known treasures.

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Late Liz: 10 forgotten Elizabeth Taylor films

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02/27/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
On your marks, get set... plough!

The World Ploughing Championships get underway in Armoy, 1959.

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02/27/2017 at 11:25. Facebook
Rushing out to watch Best Picture winner Moonlight? You'll enjoy it even more if you catch these movies first.

Six films you should watch before you see Moonlight

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02/27/2017 at 10:38. Facebook
Lust in the Dust (1985)

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02/27/2017 at 06:13. Facebook
Oscars 2017: read about the winners in full.

Oscars 2017: the winners in full

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yesterday at 23:02. Facebook
Will La La Land sweep the #Oscars this evening?

Here’s a selection of films you should catch first in order to get the most out of Chazelle’s dazzling creation.

Six films you should watch before you see La La Land

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yesterday at 19:53. Facebook
"Schlesinger lacks the directorial coherence to tie together his intermittent inspirations," slammed Andrew Sarris, but Billy Liar ignored him. Tom Courtenay's weird hero is instead lost in reverie, letting his dreams take over, and missing out on living.

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Watch Billy Liar online

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yesterday at 16:35. Facebook
"Just when it can't get any worse, you run out of cigarettes." Blanchett and Mara captivate in Carol.

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Watch Carol online

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yesterday at 15:58. Facebook
On this day in 1989 Alan Clarke's The Firm shocked its BBC2 audience.

Discover the director's cut on BFI Blu-ray & DVD: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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yesterday at 13:48. Facebook
"Every once in a while, a small, unheralded film comes along, so smart and funny, such a pleasure to experience, you can't believe your luck. Hunt for the Wilderpeople is such a film." – Los Angeles Times.

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Watch Hunt for the Wilderpeople online

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yesterday at 12:00. Facebook
"Skegness Welcomes You" in 1951. Follow the crowd down to the beach for some ice cream and oysters.

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yesterday at 10:37. Facebook
Saturday Night Fever

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yesterday at 02:26. Facebook
Time magazine’s film critic for 45 years, Richard Schickel was also a cinema historian, lecturer and prolific author of books, movies and DVD commentaries about pedigree Hollywood. David Thomson hails a gruff friend and colleague.

10 February 1933–18 February 2017.

Richard Schickel obituary: the critic who knew enough | Sight & Sound

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02/25/2017 at 23:02. Facebook
Sight & Sound on how John Berger gave us new ways of seeing Hollywood cinema.

How John Berger gave us new ways of seeing Hollywood cinema

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02/25/2017 at 18:55. Facebook
Frugal with its shocks, and all the richer for it, try the unclassifiable Spring.

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Watch Spring online

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02/25/2017 at 13:48. Facebook
'The greatest documentary ever made' – Sight & Sound.

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Watch Man With a Movie Camera online

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02/25/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
La La Land 1920s style. This guide to ballroom dancing will start you off on the right foot.

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