Back in 1999 director M. Night Shyamalan made a brilliant movie called The Sixth Sense in which Bruce Willis played a child psychiatrist treating a small boy who could “see dead people”. I’ve been hoping for him to come up with something as good ever since. Old is not it.
For half a century the National Film and Television School (NFTS) has trained some of the world’s best filmmakers. To celebrate the School’s 50th anniversary, BFI Southbank will be showcasing work from some of their best-known alumni with a celebratory ‘NFTS at 50’