Gary Couzens's Content
Stephen Page's dance-based film Spear, showing in London at the Origins Film Festival.
Smaller than the eye can see, the pioneering works of F. Percy Smith, from the BFI.
Two versions of Samuel Beckett's only screenplay, plus a documentary on it, in dual-format from the BFI.
One of Max Ophüls's great films, in dual-format from the BFI.
Thatcher's Britain with her knickers down. Now on dual-format from the BFI.
“Unless the world learns the lesson these pictures teach, night will fall. But by God's grace, we who live, will learn.”
As The Handmaiden opens in UK cinemas, a look back at the 2005 BBC adaptation of Sarah Waters's novel.
Wanda Jakubowska's 1948 film, set in Birkenau where she herself was an inmate, plays in London at the Kinoteka Festival.
Ellen Burstyn won an Oscar for Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, directed by Martin Scorsese and on DVD from the BFI.
Martin Scorsese's feature debut, with Harvey Keitel, comes to UK DVD from the BFI.
The Eccentrics: The Sunny Side of the Street (Excentrycy: Czyli po słonecznej stronie ulicy) (15th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival)
A tribute to an era and its music in The Eccentrics, showing in London at the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.
Inspired by a real-life serial-killer case in 60s Kraków, The Red Spider plays at the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.
Two dramas from the Philippines, restored by World Cinema Project and on Blu-ray from the BFI.
Romantic comedy Planet Single, playing in London today at the Kinoteka Festival.
The Last Family, one of the best Polish films of recent years, plays in the Kinoteka festival in London.
A new Doctor and a lost story come to life, now also in colour!