Controversial in its day for its portrayal of juvenile delinquents, Cosh Boy becomes the BFI's fortieth release in its Flipside line.
That deaf, dumb and blind kid sure plays a mean pinball, and he's back in cinemas.
With a groundbreaking use of Technicolor, John Huston's film captures the life and times of Toulouse-Lautrec in Paris at the end of the nineteenth century. Now released on dual-format by the BFI.
Witchcraft through the ages and bang up to date in 1970s countercultural London, in this new release from the BFI in its Flipside line.
Eight Alec Guinnesses stand between Dennis Price and his rightful inheritance, in the classic black comedy Kind Hearts and Coronets, back in cinemas for its seventieth anniversary.
Absurdist, satirical and with more ideas in its nearly two hours than many another film could deal with, How I Won the War, Richard Lester's film starring Michael Crawford and John Lennon, released in dual format by the BFI.
A key film in pushing the limits of acceptability in British cinemas, Jack Clayton's debut feature Room at the Top remains a fine film, featuring an Oscar-winning performance from Simone Signoret.
The Caretaker was Harold Pinter's breakthrough play, filmed in 1963 by Clive Donner and starring Alan Bates, Donald Pleasence and Robert Shaw.
Highly controversial on its release, Stanley Kubrick's film of Anthony Burgess's novel A Clockwork Orange, is back in British cinemas.
Woodfall Films' portmanteau feature Red White and Zero is now available in the UK
Released by the BFI in dual-format, It Happened Here is a remarkable alternate history, known as much for the story behind its eight-year production as for its own merits.
A journey through a century of British queer history by means of the archive.
The 1986 film of Raymond Briggs's best-selling graphic novel, a dual-format release from the BFI.
BFI. Three film boxset. Ken Loach...
Smaller than the eye can see, the pioneering works of F. Percy Smith, from the BFI.
Thatcher's Britain with her knickers down. Now on dual-format from the BFI.
The once-controversial Love on the Dole, starring Deborah Kerr, in dual-format from the BFI.