Hovis’s classic “Boy on the Bike” advert is set to return to TV screens across the country, 46 years after it was last seen.
Joanna Lumley has said British holidaymakers should abandon sunbathing in favour of exploration when they are holidaying abroad.
Olivia Colman has said receiving the BFI Fellowship at an event held in her honour felt like “a surprise birthday party… on the back of a lovely year”.
Olivia Colman was the picture of sophistication as she arrived at a British Film Institute (BFI) event to receive its most prestigious accolade.
Olivia Colman is to be honoured with the British Film Institute’s most prestigious accolade.
A drama that tackles the vicious cycle of sex trafficking in modern Europe has won the best film award in the official competition at the BFI London Film Festival.
More than 80 female screen stars and filmmakers joined forces at the BFI London Film Festival to highlight the contribution of women to the film industry in the UK and around the world.
Boots Riley has said his directorial debut Sorry To Bother You has been branded “weird” because his characters engage in class struggle.
The BFI London Film Festival will begin today with the premiere of a new film by director Steve McQueen.
The British Film Institute and the BBC are searching for emerging filmmakers and artists to make short films to mark the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web.
Thandie Newton has said her specially created Star Wars dress celebrated those actors who paved the way for her to star in the franchise.
Thirty trainees will be offered jobs on the next Star Wars film as part of a programme that gives young people from under-represented backgrounds the chance to work in the industry.
A new set of principles and guidelines aimed at tackling harassment and bullying in the film, television and games industry have been published by the British Film Institute.
The British Film Institute (BFI) has withdrawn Harvey Weinstein’s Fellowship honour.
Lord Of The Rings star Andy Serkis will unveil his directorial debut to a British audience today as his movie Breathe opens the BFI London Film Festival.
Sir Patrick Stewart has said he hopes the massacre in Las Vegas – in which 59 people were murdered in a hail of bullets – could finally be the “spur” that will introduce gun control legislation in America.
Downton Abbey creator Lord Julian Fellowes has said he is “completely out of the loop” and knows nothing about an expected announcement surrounding the show.
Britons have made more films about war than any other subject, including sex, according to new research.
Man is the most common word in British film titles, new research has revealed.
NEWLY-released archive film of Aberdeen and the North-east through the ages has been made available for the public to view online.