ken loach delivers searing attack on uk government at the BAFTAs
The I, Daniel Blake director used his acceptance speech for Best British Film to speak out against the “callousness and brutality” of the UK government, following the decision to end its child refugee programme last week.
2016 was the year that... ken loach spoke out about britain's working class
As the year draws to a close, we're reflecting on the cultural landmarks that defined 2016. Ken Loach’s superb film I, Daniel Blake was the latest from the veteran auteur to capture the political reality and harrowing struggles of Britain’s working...
ken loach matters more than ever
The veteran leftwing director is the filmmaker our age needs, whose progressive politics and magnificent films have been in the vanguard of our culture for 50 years.
homelessness 50 years on: what's changed?
50 years on from the blistering drama of Cathy Come Home, we hear from Palme d'Or winning director Ken Loach on his most affecting work and speak to Adrian Jackson, founder of Cardboard Citizens: a theatre company comprised of actors who were or...
this year, cannes belonged to the british
The party is over, the heels are off, here is who went home happy.