The Caretaker was Harold Pinter's breakthrough play, filmed in 1963 by Clive Donner and starring Alan Bates, Donald Pleasence and Robert Shaw.
The BFI & Radio Times TV Festival returns to the BFI Southbank, London, 12-14 April, featuring recently found material featuring David Bowie and The Scaffold.
Julien reviews 1967's Stranger in the House, a new addition to the BFI Flipside collection
As a piece of gay period cinema, Maurice holds up remarkably well
Harold Pinter was one of the twentieth century's foremost writers for the stage and screen. This box set from the BFI collects ten plays made for the BBC between 1965 and 1988.
Cocteau's classic remains essential viewing 70 years after its release
An Englishman attempts to assassinate Hitler and goes on the run in Rogue Male, made for the BBC in 1976, from Geoffrey Household's novel, starring Peter O'Toole, now a dual-format release from the BFI.
Woodfall Films' portmanteau feature Red White and Zero is now available in the UK
One of the definitive adaptations of the well-known fairy tale, Jean Cocteau's La Belle et la Bête is released on Blu-ray by the BFI.
The unusual appetites of a wealthy couple make for a deliciously dark satire.
Missing Believed Wiped twenty-fifth anniversary: Doctor Who, Morecambe and Wise, Basil Brush and More
For its twenty-fifth anniversary, Missing Believed Wiped at the BFI Southbank in London on 15 December, shows a selection of recently found British television, including material from Vince Hill, The Kinks, Basil Brush, Morecambe and Wise, Aretha Franklin and more, including a new animated mini-episode based on a lost Doctor Who.
An undelivered package takes one man on a journey across Brussels in this intriguing yet puzzling film.
A family's life is thrown into turmoil in this tender drama, which uses dance to bring its beautiful story to life.
The bizarre true story of a Norwegian black metal group and their shocking rise to fame.
A mother and daughter come to terms with their grief in a profound and deeply moving drama.
An intriguing Indonesian horror that doesn't quite work
Paul Schrader's dreamily sinister The Comfort of Strangers is available now courtesy of the BFI
Large format films, from 1897 to 1901, among the earliest British films in existence, digitally restored and to be shown at the BFI IMAX as the London Film Festival's Archive Gala on 18 October.