First broadcast forty-five yeasrs ago, Rock Follies was a popular hit and won that year;s BAFTA Award. A look back at the show and its sequel Rock Follies of 77, on DVD.
Mogul Mowgli, starring Riz Ahmed as a British-Asian rapper facing a life-chaning illness, is released on Blu-ray by the BFI.
The Witch of Kings Cross is a documentary about artist and occultist Rosaleen Norton, often add odds with the conservatism of Australian society and the law.
The Furnace is a debut feature from writer/director, Roderick Mackay, a western set during the 1890s Australian Gold Rush.
Sam Neill and Michael Caton star in Rams, an enjoyable remake of the 2015 Icelandic film, relocated to Western Australia.
Based on a true story, Penguin Bloom is out in Australian cinemas and in the UK on Netflix now.
A new Short film and documentary streaming platform, Filmpixs, launches globally on 17 February. Here's what's on offer.
BFI announces Blu-ray/DVD releases for April-June 2021, including I Start Counting, Jungle Fever and a second volume of Plays for Today.
Eureka announces Blu-ray releases for April 2021, including Karloff at Columbia, Two Films by John Ford, Three Edgar Allan Poe Adaptations Starring Bela Lugosi and Russian Raid.
Fourfilms made by Marlene Dietrich over two years for Universal, with John Wayne playing opposite her in three of them. Released on Blu-ray by the BFI.
Restored by the National Film and Sound Archive, The Kid Stakes remains a classic Australian silent comedy, still charming and funny to this day.
A child is taken and the abductor is arrested - but who is telling the truth about why this happened? This award-winning miniseries from 2017, based on Elliott Perlman's novel, looks at the story from several perspectives.
For Australia Day, a look at Richard Franklin's 1981 thriller Roadgames, starring Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee Curtis, released on Blu-ray by Indicator.
The first release on Umbrella Entertainment's Sunburnt Screens label, Peter Weir's classic The Last Wave comes to Blu-ray.
An impressive dramatic feature debut from Ray Lawrence, Hearts and Bones is now available to stream in the UK.
Tony Richardson's final film as director, with an Oscar-winning performance from Jessica Lange, is released on Blu-ray from the BFI.
A distinctive thriller from 1970, long not always easy to see, on Blu-ray from Fun CIty Editions.
Denis Villeneuves 2009 film, reconstructing the Montreal college shootings of 1989, is one of his best films. Released by the BFI on Blu-ray in both its French and English versions.
Set in Sydney, The Siege of Pinchgut was the last film of Ealing Studios. Now on Blu-ray from Network.