As he recalls his visit in 2010, actor John Hurt reflects on Bradford’s cinematic heritage and the British voice in the film industry.
Ahead of the world premiere of Hell’s Hinges on 3 April, Neil Brand tells us about performing with the Dodge Brothers, and his love for the sound of cinema.
The 2014 BIFF identity has been met with heaps of enthusiasm, so we asked David Doran to write a few words about his experience working on the project.
Former festival director Tony Earnshaw looks back at some of his fondest BIFF memories, including appearances by Jean Simmons and Michael Parkinson.
If the latest influx of reality TV isn’t your bag, come in from the cold and work your way through 2,500 TV and film titles from the BFI National Archive.
Gabe Klinger’s feature-length documentary about the friendship between two acclaimed directors is coming to Bradford.
Writer and children’s literature expert Elly McCausland investigates how writers, producers and directors turn our favourite children’s books into films.
Phil Boot, collection manager for the Ray Harryhausen Project, explores why Medusa is one of the most recognisable characters in model animation cinema history.
Kieron Casey learns about one of the pioneers of early cinema, George Albert Smith, and has a humbling experience in our archives.
In a new feature, we share the best news, reviews and articles about photography, film and television that we’ve spotted on the web this week.