Born in 1930, and active as a critic from 1950 before making his first feature À bout de souffle in 1960, Jean-Luc Godard is a seminal director who has influenced filmmakers as diverse as Martin Scorsese, Jim Jarmusch, Bernardo Bertolucci
At BFI Southbank
The Kingussie Food on Film Festival triumphantly returns in 2016 for an amazing ninth year! The four day foodie festival which runs from Thursday 4th February to Sunday 7th February 2016 has an exciting line up of foodie films, creative events and the return of the now infamous Food Hall – stocked full of artisan food producers displaying their fine creations.
Animex prides itself on being an inclusive event where people meet to be educated, inspired and entertained.
Have you ever wanted to recreate Indiana Jones’ boulder chase scene in the grand hall of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum? Or wondered what a film screening at Glasgow’s legendary gig venue Barrowland Ballroom would be like?
At Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
The Asia House Film Festival, generously supported by Prudential plc, returns for its eighth year in 2016 with a diverse programme of 19 films that includes several European premieres and UK premieres. All of the films will be shown in London for the first time.
Cumbria's answer to Sundance - an annual celebration of cinema set within stunning mountain scenery - is back for another year of exciting, unusual, little-known and top quality film. This is your chance to experience around 30 of the best UK independent and international films over four days and all in the spectacular surrounds of Keswick.
At The Theatre By The Lake. CA12 5DJ
This March Barbican's cinemas bring you a smörgåsbord of delights for your viewing pleasure, including the best of the baddest East in CRIME: Hong Kong Style, Gothic horror to German Expressionism in Extreme with our Silent Film with Live Music series, performance cinema highlights featuring Martin McDonagh's Hangmen plus family favourite The Railway Children and not forgetting the essential viewing that is the ever thought-provoking Human Rights Watch Film Festival, celebrating it's 20th anniversary year. And many, many more...
At Barbican Cinema,
Approaching Lines International Festival of Surf presented by REEF celebrates the creativity that exists in surfing, bringing the very best of British and International surf culture to the wave rich heartland’s of Cornwall as well as a one day surf contest spreading hard charging creativity through the line up.
At Lighthouse Cinema
Flatpack is a festival which takes over venues across Birmingham every spring. It draws people from far and wide with a mixture of films, performances, contraptions and surprises, and has been described as “magnificently eclectic” (Time Out), “joyously inventive” (the Guardian) and “the UK’s most creatively curated film festival” (the Independent).
At Hackney Picturehouse, BCU Parkside, St Paul's Church, Great Western Arcade, Old Joint Stock Theatre, Home Café Deli, Ort Cafe, The Electric, Hotel du Vin, Birmingham and Midland Institute, John Lee Theatre, mac birmingham, Birmingham REP, The Studio, The Edwardian Tea Room, BMAG, Birmingham and Midland Institute, 6/8 Kafe, The Woodman, BOM, Opus at Cornwall Street, Birmingham Cathedral, The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham Conservatoire, Netherton Arts Centre (nac), The Drum, Millennium Point - Atrium, The Bond, Vivid Projects @ MW, Flatpack Kavarna @ MW, Stryx @ MW, Centrala @ MW, Flatpack Palais @ The Bond, The Mockingbird, Impact Hub, Custard Factory, Grand Union @ MW, Minerva Works, A3 Project Space, Spotted Dog,