The middle of Richard Lester's three major Sixties films, The Knack won Woodfall the Palme d'Or at Cannes. It has been somewhat controversial since, though most of it is still very funny and inventive.
Adapted by Edna O'Brien from her own once-scandalous novel, and the feature directing debut of Desmond Davis, Girl With Green Eyes is a touching and bittersweet story, now on Blu-ray in the BFI's Woodfall: A Revolution in British Cinema box set.
Based on Henry Fielding's novel, Tom Jones saw Woodfall going back in history with great success, winning four Oscars including Best Picture.
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner made a star of Tom Courtenay, in his cinema debut, included in the BFI's Woodfall: A Revolution in British Cinema box set.
Based on Shelagh Delaney's play, directed by Tony Richardson, A Taste of Honey broke new ground in British cinema and made a star of Rita Tushingham. The film is released on Blu-ray as part of the BFI's Woodfall box set.
With a star-making performance from Albert Finney, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning is a key film in British cinema, on Blu-ray as part of the BFI's Woodfall box set.
The BFI's Woodfall: A Revolution in British Cinema box set reaches 1960's The Entertainer, starring Laurence Olivier in one of his great stage and screen roles as end-of-pier comedian Archie Rice.
The BFI's Woodfall: A Revolution in British Cinema box set begins with Look Back in Anger starring Richard Burton as the archetypal Angry Young Man.
The second Oz Film Festival takes place 6-8 July 2018 and offers a weekend of new and classic Australian films in London.
A powerful, violent and at the time controversial adaptation of Thomas Keneally's novel, The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith is a major Australian film of the 1970s.
Fragments of early Technicolor films have been found in the BFI National Film Archive, featuring appearances by Louise Brooks, Hedda Hopper and others.
Edgar Reitz's epic of German history of most of the twentieth century in a small German village, made for television but also released in cinemas, is a masterpiece of both the large screen and the small.
Ingmar Bergman's first English-language film The Touch has been one of his least-seen films. Released in Dual Format by the BFI, it's an unsparing account of marital infidelity.
In The Magic Flute, Ingmar Bergman returns to the opera he had loved since childhood, in one of his warmest and most joyful films.
Once mostly lost, then found again and now out on a special edition DVD, Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World pits the Second Doctor against his evil doppelganger Salamander.
Released on DVD by Umbrella Entertainment, Sunday Too Far Away is a classic of 1970s Australian cinema.
A journey through a century of British queer history by means of the archive.
Continuing with the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival, Butterfly Kisses is a dark comedy-drama with an ending that may be a sticking point for many viewers.
A lively biopic of Polish sexologist, Michalina Wisłocka, author of The Art of Loving.
Made by the husband-and-wife team of Joanna Kos-Krauze and the late Krzysztof Krauze, Birds Are Singing in Kigali is the opening night film of the 16th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival in London.