BFI Player are offering 14 days of films for free

Bored of Netflix? Fed up with Amazon Prime? Mumpy with Mubi?

BFI Player are offering landmark classic and cult films from across the decades free for 14 days.

If you want to continue your subscription after the 14 days free it’s then £4.99 a month – cancel any time.

There are plenty of classics to choose from including Talking Heads’ brilliant Stop Making Sense, Picnic at Hanging Rock, Seven Samurai, Paris Texas, and Bong Joon-ho’s thrilling account of maternal devotion, Mother.

Mark Kermode also gives exclusive introductions to selected films; probing the making and meaning of the film and explaining why it’s essential viewing.

Outside of the subscription service, they also have loads of shorts and features, showing the best from the BFI, national and regional archives – including 120 years of Britain on film. BFI Free

You can find out more and get your free trial subscription here.


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