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British Film Festival

British filmmakers produce some of the best cinema in the world, evident from this year’s alluring selection of 20 films screening at the British Film Festival. The festival opens with Military Wives, a film that centres on a lady (Kristin Scott Thomas) who forms a women’s choir in a military base while their husbands are […]

THE WHITE CROW

This inspiring British biopic set in 1961 is based on the true-life events which led to the defection of ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev from the USSR (Russia). Born on a train in 1938, the film principally covers his transition from student to an incredibly successful dancer in Paris which brought on his desperate need for […]

THE WHITE CROW

This inspiring British biopic set in 1961 is based on the true-life events which led to the defection of ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev from the USSR (Russia). Born on a train in 1938, the film principally covers his transition from student to an incredibly successful dancer in Paris which brought on his desperate need for […]

The Invisible Woman

The Invisible Woman is a true story about the secret love between Charles Dickens (Ralph Fiennes) and his muse, Nelly Ternan (Felicity Jones). Nelly is a talentless actress, coming from a family of actors. The famous Dickens is already married with children and despite his wife's knowledge of the relationship and subsequent separation, it is […]