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    • Bfi

      Small Time / Wheres the Money Ronnie

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      <p>Acclaimed British director Shane Meadow's (Dead Man's Shoes, This is England) assured debut feature is a tale of petty crime in the suburbs of Nottingham which stars Meadows himself as Jumbo, leader of a ragtag band of small time crooks. Featuring energetic handheld camera work, brilliant comic dialogue and a host of ironic film references Small Time clearly reveals Meadow's flair for larger-than-life characters and ability to extract accomplished, semi-improvised performances from talented non-professionals.</p>

      £12.99£9.99

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      British Transport Films Collection: A Future on Rail

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      <p>Following the nationalisation of transport in 1948, the British Transport Commission set up its own in-house film production unit. Launched on 1 May 1949, and led for 25 years by Edgar Anstey - a founding father of the British documentary movement - it became one of the largest industrial film units in Britain. The first in a series of 6-disc box sets contains such classics as Terminus, Blue Pullman and John Betjeman Goes by Train, as well as lesser-known gems, including Under the River, Cyclists Special and E for Experimental. This digitally remastered collection is a must for the transport enthusiast and the documentary aficionado alike. It includes a fully illustrated booklet with extensive film notes by BFI curators, and full credits. Extras / Episode List: 32 short films over six DVDs Cast and Crew: Starring John Betjeman</p>

      £29.99£14.99

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      UNDER THE SKIN (DVD)

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      <p>In her first major role Samantha Morton plays Iris, a vulnerable young woman whose life is turned upside down; her mother has been given only weeks to live and she feels increasingly distant from her happily married and heavily pregnant sister Rose. Unable to deal with her grief and jealousy, Iris ditches her job, her flat and her boyfriend and prowls the streets looking for love in all the wrong places.</p>

      £19.79£9.99

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      Love is the Devil

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      <p>Set in the bawdy, decadent world of 1960s Soho, this dazzling and audacious film charts the powerful and dangerous relationship between one of Britain's most controversial artists, Francis Bacon (Derek Jacobi), and his lover and muse, George Dyer (Daniel Craig), to explore the territory where love, sex and art collide. Winner of a host of international film awards, including Best British Performance for both Derek Jacobi and Daniel Craig at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, the film's exquisite visual style - at once beautiful and grotesque - perfectly captures the extraordinary energy of Bacon's art. Extras: High Definition presentation Audio commentary with John Maybury and Derek Jacobi Interview with producers Ben Gibson and Chiara Menage (Shona Barrett, 2008, 20 mins) The Colony - A Documentary Preview (Nick Mead, 2008, 17 mins): a look at the legendary Soho club Original theatrical trailer Illustrated booklet with essays by Sir Christopher Frayling, Michael O'Pray and Nigel Arthur; full film credits Cast and Crew: Cast: Daniel Craig, Derek Jacobi Director: John Maybury</p>

      £19.99£8.99

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      Beat Girl

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      <p>A cult classic British film about late-fifties youth rebellion set against an intoxicating Beatnik backdrop. When divorced architect Paul (David Farrar) marries Parisian Nichole (Noëlle Adam), his teenage daughter, Jennifer (Gillian Hills), is less than pleased, and throws herself into the London beatnik scene and a music-fuelled life of juvenile delinquency. When she discovers that Nichole’s past holds a dark secret, she uses this knowledge to shame her stepmother and embarrass her father. With an all-star cast including David Farrar (Black Narcissus, The Small Back Room), Shirley Anne Field (Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, Peeping Tom), Christopher Lee (Lord of the Rings, Dracula) and a young Oliver Reed (Women in Love, Oliver!), Beat Girl is notable for its original music by composer John Barry, his first ever film commission, and the acting debuts of teen idol Adam Faith and actress Gillian Hills (Blowup, A Clockwork Orange, The Owl Service). Extras: Alternative and deleted footage Newly filmed interview with actress Gillian Hills Cross-Roads (John Fitchen, 1955, 22 mins): a short supernatural tale starring Christopher Lee Goodnight with Sabrina (1958): short glamour film Beauty in Brief (1955): short glamour film Other extras TBC Cast and Crew: Director: Edmond T. Greville Cast: Christopher Lee (Lord of the Rings, Dracula), Oliver Reed (Gladiator, Oliver!), and Shirley Anne Field (Saturday Night and Sunday Morning)</p>

      £19.99£8.99

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      The Crying Game

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      <p>The Troubles provide the backdrop for a study of sexual intrigue in this landmark British drama from director Neil Jordan (Michael Collins, Interview with the Vampire) and producer Stephen Woolley (Carol) When British soldier Jody (Forest Whitaker) is kidnapped by the IRA, he strikes up an unlikely friendship with his captor, Fergus (Stephen Rea). When the abduction goes awry, Fergus leaves for London where he becomes embroiled in a curious love triangle with Dil (Jaye Davidson), Jody’s beautiful girlfriend. Full of suspense, mystery and intrigue, this Academy Award-winning thriller challenged mainstream sexual stereotypes and remains a powerful and poignant exploration of gender and identity. Cast and Crew: Director: Neil Jordan (Byzantium, Michael Collins, Mona Lisa) Cast: Forest Whitaker (The Last King of Scotland, Good Morning Vietnam), Miranda Richardson (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Blackadder), Stephen Rea (V for Vendetta, War &amp; Peace) Awards and Reviews: Nominated for 6 Academy Awards and winner for Best Original Screenplay (1993) Nominated for 7 BAFTAs and winner for Best British Film (1993) Winner of 19 International Awards ‘…guaranteed a place in cinematic history’ Film4 ‘A beguiling, eccentric blend of romantic drama and political thriller’ **** Empire ‘A film that wants to do something unexpected and challenging and succeeds even beyond its ambitions’ Roger Ebert</p>

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      Visions Of Light

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      <p>In the century that cinema has existed, audiences have become increasingly familiar with the names and faces of the men and women who make our movies; from D W Griffith to Steven Spielberg, directors' names have been widely known to their audiences, and the cult of the movie star is almost as old as cinema itself. Often overlooked, however, and seldom less a contributor to the final cut than a director, editor, writer or star, is the cinematographer - the DP, the lighting cameraman - the man, or woman, who creates the image to be recorded in that artificial eye, the camera.Visions of Light goes some considerable way towards redressing that oversight. A study in cinematography, this 90-minute programme features interviews with no less than 29 lighting cameramen and directors who acknowledge and illustrate their influences, their mentors, and inspiration with over 100 film clips, and who share with us some of their tactics and secrets.</p>

      £19.79£13.99

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      The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (Includes DVD)

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      <p>Receiving its long-overdue High Definition premiere, as part of this Dual Format edition, The Killing of a Chinese Bookie is John Cassavetes' uncompromising character study of a gangster. Cassavetes regular Ben Gazzara (Anatomy of a Murder, Husbands, The Big Lebowski), plays a seedy Los Angeles strip-club owner who runs up heavy gambling debts which he arranges to wipe out by murdering an elderly Chinese gangster. Also amongst the cast is Cassavetes regular Seymour Cassel (Faces, Rushmore) and legendary cult actor Timothy Carey (The Killing, Paths of Glory). Arguably the most plot-driven of his films, Cassavates withdrew The Killing of a Chinese Bookie shortly after the initial release and subsequently re-cut a shorter version with a different opening. Both cuts are made available on Blu-ray and the DVD. Special Features: Presented in both High Definition and Standard Definition Includes both the 135 minute and 108 minute re-cut versions Selected scene commentary by Al Rubin and Peter Bogdanovich on long version Extensive booklet with essays and film credits Cast and Crew: Directed by John Cassavetes (Shadows, A Women Under the Influence). Starring Ben Gazzara (Anatomy of a Murder, Husbands, The Big Lebowski), Seymour Cassel (Faces, Rushmore) Awards and Reviews: ‘A post noir masterpiece’ Jonathan Rosenbaum</p>

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      Underground (Dual Format Edition)

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      <p>The BFI Archive's acclaimed restoration of Anthony Asquith's subterranean tale of love, jealousy and murder is finally made available in this stunning Dual Format Edition. This classic British film from the silent era features Neil Brand's new orchestral score, recorded live in 2012, which perfectly complements the film's richly detailed evocation of 1920s London. From his own screenplay Anthony Asquith balances the light and dark sides of London life, aided by a superb cast of Brian Aherne and Elissa Landi as the nice young lovers and Norah Baring and Cyril McLaglen as their unhappy counterparts. More than any other film from Britain's silent canon, Underground evokes the life of the ordinary Londoner with its scenes of the bustling underground and the capital's parks, double-decker buses, pubs and shabby bedsits. Special Features: New score by celebrated silent film composer Neil Brand Alternative audio track by the UK's leading sound recordist Chris Watson A selection of early transport films from the Archive Cast &amp; Crew: Directed by Anthony Asquith (The Importance of Being Earnest). Starring Elissa Landi, Brian Aherne, Norah Baring, Cyril McLaglen. Music by Neil Brand.</p>

      £19.99£8.99

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      Great White Silence (Dual Format Edition)

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      <p>The official record of Captain Scott's legendary expedition to the South Pole, fully restored by the BFI and featuring a with new musical score by Simon Fisher Turner. Released on DVD &amp; Blu-ray for the first time ever. Scott described Herbert Ponting as ‘an artist in love with his work’, and, after the Antarctic expedition’s tragic outcome, Ponting devoted the rest of his life to ensuring that the grandeur of the Antarctic and of the expedition’s heroism would not be forgotten. The images that he captured have fired imaginations ever since. Now, the BFI National Archive - custodian of the expedition negatives - has restored the film using the latest photochemical and digital techniques and reintroduced the film's sophisticated use of colour. The alien beauty of the landscape is brought dramatically to life, showing the world of the expedition in brilliant detail. Extra Features: Dual Format Edition: includes both Blu-ray and the DVD versions of the main feature 90º South (1933, 72 mins) – Herbert Ponting’s re-edited sound version of the legendary footage he shot in 1910-11. Compilation of newsreel footage (1910-1925, 4 mins – DVD only) Cardiff: The Ship Terra Nova Leaving Harbour Towards the South Pole - Pathé's Animated Gazette film (1910) Captain Scott And Dr Wilson With ‘Nobby’ the Pony - short film from Gaumont Graphic (1912) The Terra Nova Returns Home - Topical Budget newsreel (1913) Memorial Service for Antarctic Heroes 14th Feb 1913 - Pathe's Animated Gazette film (1913) Nation’s Tribute To Captain Scott - Topical Budget newsreel (1925)</p>

      £19.99£8.99

    • Bfi

      Encounters

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      <p>‘In a hundred years of movies, homosexuality has only rarely been depicted on the screen. When it did appear, there as something to laugh at – or something to pity – or even something to fear. These were fleeting images, but they were unforgettable, and they left a lasting legacy.’ The Celluloid Closet This new collection from the BFI, featuring a number of rarely-seen gay classic shorts, is essential viewing for anyone interested in experimental and queer cinema. Extra features: All films previously unreleased on DVD Newly created soundtrack to Encounter Fully illustrated booklet</p>

      £19.99£13.99

    • Bfi

      Culloden / The War Game - Dual Format (Includes DVD)

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      <p>Culloden, Watkins’ first full-length film, a docudrama made for the BBC, portrays the 1746 Battle of Culloden which in the words of the narrator “tore apart forever the clan system of the Scottish Highlands”. The film was hailed as a breakthrough for its cinematography, as well as its use of non-professional actors and presentation of an historical event in the style of modern TV reporting. The War Game is Watkins’ 1965 Academy Award-winning television drama-documentary depicting a nuclear war, written, directed and produced by Peter Watkins for the BBC’s The Wednesday Play anthology series. The film shows the prelude to, and immediate weeks of the aftermath, of a Soviet nuclear attack against Britain. Told in the style of a news magazine programme, the cast was made up of non-actors, with narration by Peter Graham and Michael Aspel reading quotations from source material. Watkins is known for pushing boundaries to the extreme with his documentaries and his films continue to inspire today. The films in this collection have been remastered to High Definition, and are presented on Blu-ray for the very first time.</p>

      £19.99£14.99

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      Battleship Potemkin / Drifters (Blu-Ray and DVD)

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      <p>This edition presents one of the classics of world cinema, Sergei Eisenstein’s 1925 Battleship Potemkin, in High Definition for the first time in the UK, and accompanies it with the world premiere High Definition release of John Griersons ground breaking 1929 documentary Drifters. Drifters premiered at the Film Society on November 10, 1929, on the same bill as Battleship Potemkin, which was receiving its British premiere. Grierson had previously produced an English language version of Eisenstein's film for its American screening and the influence of Eisenstein is clearly revealed in Drifters. Battleship Potemkin has appeared in every Sight &amp; Sound film poll since 1952 and, in 2010 Empire magazine voted it the 3rd greatest World Cinema film of all time. Drifters is presented with an all new score composed by the talented young British musician Jason Singh. Nearly 90 years on, Eisenstein's masterpiece is still guaranteed to get the pulse racing. Total Film</p>

      £19.99£12.99

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      A Month in the Country

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      <p>Adapted from the novel of the same name by J L Carr, A Month in the Country, is set during a 1920s summer in rural Yorkshire. Tom Birkin (Colin Firth), a destitute World War I veteran coming to terms with the after-effects of the war, has been employed by a village church to carry out restoration work on a medieval mural. During his time in the slow-paced village, Birkin forms a close friendship with archaeologist James Moon (Kenneth Branagh), a fellow veteran who is also emotionally scarred following the conflict. The film follows Birkin as he settles into village life, forming romantic relationships and bonding with families and locals. Neglected after its initial 1987 cinema release, the film features a score by Howard Blake (The Snowman, The Avengers) and is notable for its strong British cast which also includes Natasha Richardson, Patrick Malahide and Jim Carter. Cast and Crew: Director: Pat O’Connor Cast: Colin Firth (Bridget Jones, The King’s Speech) Kenneth Branagh (Frankenstein, Valkyrie), Natasha Richardson (The White Countess, The Parent Trap), Jim Carter (Shakespeare in Love, Downtown Abbey) Awards and Reviews: Based on the Booker Prize nominated and Guardian Fiction Prize winning novel by J L Carr ‘All the performances are accomplished, and that of Firth is brilliant.’ – Time Out</p>

      £19.99£14.99

    • Bfi

      Alan Clarke at the BBC - Volume 2: Disruption

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      <p>“He radiated with energy. He made you feel confident. That anything was possible. You could try anything with Alan.” Gary Oldman (The Firm, Leon, Bram Stoker’s Dracula) Although probably best remembered for the controversial and groundbreaking dramas Scum, Made in Britain and The Firm, the breadth of Alan Clarke’s radical, political, innovative, inspirational work, along with his influence on generations of filmmakers, such as Gus Van Sant, Paul Greengrass, Andrea Arnold, Harmony Korine, Clio Barnard, Shane Meadows, should see him rightly regarded as one of Britain’s greatest ever filmmaking talents. This long-overdue box set brings together all of the surviving stand-alone BBC TV dramas that Alan Clarke directed between 1978-1989, including such neglected classics as Baal (starring David Bowie), Contact, Road and Christine, and also includes the first ever presentation of Clarke’s original Director’s Cut of The Firm, assembled from his personal answer print, discovered in 2015. Extensive extras include David Leland introductions, extracts from BBC discussion show Open Air, newly-produced documentaries and audio commentaries and material from Clarke’s previously-unseen documentary Bukovsky (1977). Extras: All filmed productions newly remastered in HD All VT productions newly remastered in SD Alan Clarke: Out of His Own Light (2016): multi-part documentary, featuring actors, writers and producers Open Air discussions on Road and Elephant Bukovsky (1977): material from Alan Clarke’s unbroadcast documentary David Leland introductions to Contact, Road and The Firm Newly recorded audio commentary with Sean Chapman on Contact Extensive booklet with new essays by writers including Richard Kelly, Lizzie Francke, Nick James, Nick Wrigley, Ashley Clark and Kaleem Aftab, with an introduction by Danny Leigh; and full credits Awards and Reviews: 1973 Nominated BAFTA, To Encourage the Others 1990 Winner Prix Europa for TV Fiction, The Firm</p>

      £69.99£49.99

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      Paisa

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      <p>Available the first time on DVD in the UK, Roberto Rossellini’s ambitious and enormously moving follow-up to his breakthrough Rome, Open City is presented here in a new restoration. Constructed as a series of encounters which take place across Italy during the advance of Allied troops through the country, from Sicily to the northern Po Valley, Paisà forms the second part of Rossellini’s celebrated War Trilogy and is a classic of neo-realist cinema. Features: Remastered presentation Cast and Crew: Directed by Roberto Rossellini. Starring Carmela Sazio, Dots Johnson, Maria Michi, Harriet White, Bill Tubbs, Dale Edmonds</p>

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      The Pleasure Girls (Re-Issue)

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      <p>When Sally (Francesca Annis – Macbeth, Dune) moves to London to pursue a modelling career, she moves in with Angela (Anneke Wills – Doctor Who) and Dee (Hammer girl Suzanna Leigh) and discovers the world of the carefree bachelor girl, over a weekend of parties and romantic encounters. With lively performances from its young ensemble cast (including Ian McShane and Klaus Kinski), this energetic drama bears all the hallmarks of director Gerry O'Hara's (The Bitch, All the Right Noises) assured style. Presented digitally remastered with alternative export sequences and little-seen short films from the era. Extras: Original theatrical trailer Alternative export sequences (13 mins) The Rocking Horse (James Scott, 1962, 25 mins): atmospheric short about a teddy boy and an artist The Meeting (Mamoun Hassan, 1964, 10 mins): a young woman’s encounter with a mysterious lover Cast and Crew: Director: Gerry O’Hara Cast: Klaus Kinski (Fitzcarraldo, Nosferatu the Vampyre), Ian McShane (Pirates of the Caribbean, Sexy Beast), Francesca Annis (Dune, Macbeth)</p>

      £17.99£8.99

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      Seven Samurai - 60th Anniversary Edition

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      <p>One of the greatest films ever made – Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai has influenced the work of directors from George Lucas to Steven Spielberg, and spawned remakes, such as John Sturges’ acclaimed The Magnificent Seven. With their village raided every year by vicious bandits, a group of peasants hire seven warriors to protect them. Initially met with suspicion, the warriors eventually gain the trust of the peasants and they join forces to face the bandits. Newly re-mastered on DVD, this 60th anniversary special edition includes alternative presentations of the film, a new and exclusive interview with Asian cinema expert Tony Rayns, and the film’s original Japanese trailer. Endlessly copied but never surpassed, Seven Samurai is a truly timeless classic Newly re-mastered High Definition transfer Play with or without original intermission Original Japanese theatrical trailer The Art of Akira Kurosawa (2013, 48 mins): Asian cinema expert Tony Rayns discusses Kurosawa’a career and influence Fully illustrated booklet with essays and credits Cast and Crew: Directed by Akira Kurosawa (Rashomon, Yojimbo, Throne of Blood). Starring Toshiro Mifune (Rashomon) Awards and Reviews: ‘One of the great masterpieces’ Empire ‘Pure cinematic dynamite’ Guardian ‘Simply one of the greatest films ever’ Daily Telegraph</p>

      £19.99£8.99

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      Caravaggio

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      <p>Derek Jarmam struggled for seven years to bring his portrait of the seventeenth-century Italian artist Michelangelo de Caravaggio to the screen. The result was well worth the wait, and was greeted with critical acclaim: a freely dramatised portrait of the controversial artist and a powerful mediation on sexuality, criminality and art - a new refreshing take on the usual biopic.The film centres on an imagined love-triangle between Caravaggio, his friend and model Ranuccio, and Ranuccio's low-life partner Lena. Conjuring some of the artist's most famous paintings through elaborate and beautifully photographed tableaux vivants, those works are woven into the fabric of the story, providing a starting point for its characters and narrative episodes.Caravaggio features wonderful performances from Nigel Terry, Sean Bean, and, in her first role, Tilda Swinton, who was to become Jarman's muse and long-time collaborator. A visual treat, it was the first major film production for award-winning costume designer Sandy Powell, with luscious production design by Christopher Hobbs.</p>

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      Ikiru

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      <p>Opening with a shot of an x-ray, showing the main character's stomach, Ikiru tells the tale of a dedicated, downtrodden civil servant who, diagnosed with a fatal cancer, learns to change his dull, unfulfilled existence, and suddenly discovers a zest for life. Plunging first into self-pity, then a bout of hedonistic pleasure-seeking on the frenetic streets of post-war Tokyo, Watanable - the film's hero - finally finds satisfaction through building a children's playground.Beautifully played by Takashi Shimura (who starred in 21 of Kurosawa's films), Ikiru is an intensely lyrical and moving film, and was one of Kurosawa's own favourites. The film is much admired by Steven Spielberg and Hollywood re-make is said to be in the pipeline.</p>

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      HIGH AND LOW SUBTITLED WIDE SCREEN (DVD)

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      <p>Based on the Ed McBain novel, High and Low is a gripping police thriller starring Toshiro Mifune. Wealthy industrialist Kingo Gondo (Mifune) faces an agonising choice when a ruthless kidnapper, aiming to snatch his young son, takes the chauffeur's boy by mistake - but still demands the ransom, leaving Gondo facing ruin if he pays up.An anatomy of the inequalities in modern Japanese society, High and Low is a complex film noir, where the intense police hunt for the kidnapper is accompanied by penetrating insight into the kidnappers state of mind. Kurosawa's virtuoso direction provides no easy answers, and in short, intense sequences, he portrays the businessman, the police and the criminal as equally brutal but nonetheless human.</p>

      £19.79£8.99

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      Man With A Movie Camera

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      <p>'Man With a Movie Camera' is an extraordinary piece of filmmaking, a montage of urban Russian life showing the people of the city at work and at play, and the machines that keep the city going. It was Vertov's first full-length film, and he used all the cinematic techniques at his disposal - dissolves, split screen, slow motion and freeze-frames - to produce a work that is exhilarating and intellectually brilliant. This special edition DVD features a choice of three soundtracks to accompany the film: A soundtrack composed and performed by the Alloy Orchestra, who have closely followed Vertov's notes on music to accompany the film. A new score from In the Nursery, who successfully toured the UK with the film last year. Their score deploys the latest music technology to create a soundtrack that reflects Vertov's own progressive filmmaking techniques. A commentary by Yuri Tsivian, the leading historian of Russian silent camera. His provocative and stimulating account makes this masterpiece of documentary cinema accessible as never before.</p>

      £19.99£8.99

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      Drunken Angel

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      <p>Dr Sanada (Takashi Shimuira), the drunken angel of the title, runs a clinic in the slums of Tokyo. When small-time hood Matsunaga (Toshiro Mifune) comes to his surgery after a gunfight Sanada diagnoses him with tuberculosis and convinces him to begin treatment. The disillusioned doctor feels that, by saving this young yakuza, he can retrieve a sense of his own lost youth and idealism. Thus they embark on a troubled friendship which is tested by the prejudices of the two and the release from prison of Matsunaga's mobster boss.Mifune, in his first major screen role, and Toho regular Shimura star together in a film which is part gangster, part melodrama and part social critique, establishing for the first time their dynamic relationship and the extraordinary on-screen chemistry which Kurosawa would explore further in films such as Stray Dog and Seven Samurai.Despite being Kurosawa's eighth feature, Drunken Angel was the director's first critical success and the first film in which he 'finally discovered (himself)'. The 'existential humanism' which made him famous is at the root of this extraordinary tale with the correlation between strength of spirit and physical well-being representing the two forces at work in post-war Japan.</p>

      £19.79£8.99

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      Privilege (The Flipside) [Dual Format Edition]

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      <p>Steven Shorter, the biggest pop star of his day, is loved by millions; his approval or endorsement can guide the choices and actions of the masses. But, in reality, he is a puppet whose popularity is carefully managed by government-backed handlers keen to keep the country’s youth under control. Only an act of complete rebellion can set him free. Starring Manfred Mann lead singer Paul Jones as Shorter, and iconic Sixties supermodel Jean Shrimpton as the girl who tries to help him defy the system, Privilege is the third feature from provocative British director Peter Watkins, a filmmaker who’s unique vérité-style and oppositional themes have met with controversy throughout his career. Remastered in High Definition and made available in the UK for the first time since its original cinema release, Privilege is presented here with two of Watkins' earliest film works.Special Features: Dual Format Edition: includes both the Blu-ray and the DVD of the film and the extras All films remastered to High Definition Original Privilege trailer The Diary of an Unknown Soldier (Peter Watkins, 1959, 17 mins): a young solider in the trenches of the First World War, preparing for combat, shares his innermost feelings in this compelling short The Forgotten Faces (Peter Watkins, 1961, 19 mins): a gripping newsreel-style account of the peoples’ uprising in Hungary, 1956, given forceful authenticity by Watkins’ unique approach Extensive illustrated booklet with essays by Peter Watkins, film historian Robert Murphy, and Watkins specialist John Cook.</p>

      £19.99£14.99

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      You Lucky People

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      <p>Forward march for vintage fun and laughter with legendary quick-fire comic Tommy Trinder in this raucous parade-ground comedy. Reservist Tommy Smart (Trinder) has made his fortune selling army surplus and is not best pleased to be recalled to barracks for two weeks’ compulsory training. Arriving with his trusty manservant, his dreams of a quiet life are shattered when he gets an ear-splitting welcome from his old enemy, Sergeant Thickpenny (Rufus Cruickshank), and the notorious R.S.M. Brittain, who’s already decided Tommy is an ‘’orrible little man.’ The war might be over but with a mountain of spud bashing to do, some highly irregular night manoeuvres to be carried out, and romance in the air, it’s just one skirmish after another around this highly active army base. Will Tommy make it back to civvy street in one piece? Also amidst the ranks of unwilling recruits is a young Rolf Harris, armed only with a pen, risking the Sergeant Major’s wrath with his caustic caricatures…</p>

      £12.99£9.99

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      Bill Douglas Trilogy (1 Blu-Ray and 2 DVDs)

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      <p>Douglas's magnificent, award-winning Trilogy is the product of an assured, formidable artistic vision. These are some of the most compelling films about childhood ever made. Presented here in a High-Definition restoration, the Trilogy follows Jamie (played with heart-breaking conviction by Stephen Archibald) as he grows up in a poverty-stricken mining village in post-war Scotland. This is cinematic poetry: Douglas contracted his subject matter to the barest essentials - dialogue is kept to a minimum, and fields, slag heaps and cobbled streets are shot in bleak monochrome. Yet with its unexpected humour and warmth, the Trilogy brims with clear-eyed humanity, and affection for an ultimately triumphant young boy.</p>

      £22.99£8.99

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      Separation (Blu-Ray and DVD)

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      <p>Separation, scripted by and starring Jane Arden, concerns the inner life of a woman during a period of breakdown – marital, and possibly mental. Her past and (possible) future are revealed through a fragmented but brilliantly achieved narrative, in which dreams and desires are as real as the ‘swinging’ London of the film’s setting. Transferred from the negative, Jack Bond’s exquisite film is now revealed as a quintessential film of the 1960s, and is presented here with new and informative extra features.</p>

      £19.99£14.99

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      Diana Dors Double Bill: Miss Tulip Stays the Night / The Great Game

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      <p>A delicious double-dose of effervescent vintage comedy-drama starring Britain’s blondest bombshell, the one-and-only Diana Dors, at her saucy best. Laughter and thrills mingle in Miss Tulip Stays The Night as gorgeous Kate Dax (Dors) and her crime-writer husband, Andrew (Patrick Holt), investigate the murder of eccentric spinster Miss Tulip (Cicely Courtneidge) at a remote country cottage. With the help - or hindrance - of bumbling P.C. Feathers (deftly played by British comedy legend Jack Hulbert), will they ever crack their crazy case and finally figure out whodunit? Goals and glamour go together in The Great Game, a high-scoring drama of football league corruption, shot on location at Griffin Park, historic home of Brentford F.C. With fine performances from James Hayter as Burnville United’s unscrupulous team chairman, Thora Hird as his long-suffering assistant, and Dors enjoying herself as man-eating secretary Lulu – not to mention a splendid eyeball-rolling turn from John Laurie - the final result is a nostalgic Saturday afternoon treat for movie buffs and football fans alike. Extra Features: Both films newly transferred to High Definition Extensive fully illustrated booklet featuring essays, credits and biographical information</p>

      £15.99£10.99

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      Silent Ozu Films: The Student Comedies (The Ozu Collection)

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      <p>Master Japanese director Yasujiro Ozu (Tokyo Story) has been revered all over the world for the unique and poetic style of his films. This 2-disc set brings together all of his surviving early student-genre comedies on DVD for the first time.The collection features the following four films: Days of Youth, I Flunked, But…, The Lady and the Beard, and Where now are the Dreams of Youth as well as the surviving fragment of Ozu’s early student comedy I Graduated, But… Extra features: I Graduated, But… (Yasujiro Ozu, 1929, 11 mins): surviving fragment of Ozu’s early student comedy about a recent graduate struggling to find a job Optional scores for all films by Ed Hughes and featuring The Camilleri Trio and Richard Casey, commissioned exclusively for the BFI Ozu: Emotion and Poetry (BFI Live, 20 mins): Tony Rayns discusses the art and influence of Ozu’s early work Illustrated booklet with newly commissioned essays by Tony Rayns and Alexander Jacoby</p>

      £29.99£12.99

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      A London Trilogy: The films of St Etienne - 2003-2007

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      <p>From a beautifully conceived film-poem and an imaginative exploration of the Lower Lea Valley to an uplifting documentary on a London landmark, the collaborations between much-loved electronic indie trio Saint Etienne and filmmaker Paul Kelly (Lawrence of Belgravia) document London's ever-changing environment and landscapes to music by the band. Available together on one DVD for the very first time, this loose trilogy is supported by rare and previously unavailable short films. Episodes Comprise: Finisterre (2003, Dir. Paul Kelly and Kieran Evans) Homage to London featuring a host of well-known voices who've made the capital their own, sound tracked by songs from the Saint Etienne album of the same name. What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day? (2005, Dir. Paul Kelly) We follow paperboy 'Mervyn Day' on his round, tracing the fascinating hidden history of East London's Lower Lea Valley in the years before it was redeveloped to become the Olympic Park. Commissioned by the Royal Festival Hall to mark its renovation and reopening. This is Tomorrow (2007, Dir. Paul Kelly) Lovingly records the immense labour that went into the refurbishment of one of London's most distinguished concert venues. Special Features: Today's Special (2004, 9 mins): a series of three shorts about London's disappearing cafes Banksy in London (2003, 3 mins): outtakes from Finisterre that document the artist's work, some of which is no longer in situ Monty the Lamb (2006, 12 mins): a day in the life of Monty, mascot for North London's Hendon FC Seven Summers (2012, 10 mins): Sarah Cracknell narrates this follow up to Mervyn Day, which revisits the Lea Valley seven years on from the making of that film The Other South Bank (2008, 9 mins): a look at Tyneside's South Bank area Fully illustrated booklet with newly commissioned essays Cast and Crew: Directed by Paul Kelly (Lawrence of Belgravia), Keiron Yates. Featuring music by Saint Etienne. Awards and Reviews: ‘Mervyn Day is potently evocative. Like an Iain Sinclair book we see ugly, ordinary London through Paul Kelly’s eyes, until its strange beauty begins to surface.’ The Independent ‘Simply fantastic. [Finisterre] is an atmospheric journey through the ruins of contemporary London.’ The Times ‘[Finisterre] is all very Saint Etienne, very nouvelle vague, and really very good.’ Daily Telegraph</p>

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      A Woman Under the Influence (Blu-Ray and DVD)

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      <p>Receiving its long overdue Bluray world premiere, A Woman Under The Influence is arguably John Cassavetes' most popular and influential film. Released in 1974 it stars Cassavetes' wife Gena Rowlands (Gloria, Faces) and the legendary Peter Falk (Columbo) as Mabel and Nick Longhetti, a blue collar couple struggling to cope with her slip into mental illness. A key work from a golden era of American filmmaking this masterpiece of American independent filmmaking is as powerful and devastating today as it was when it was first released. The film received two Oscar nominations Rowlands was for Best Actress and Cassavetes for Best Director losing out to Francis Ford Coppola for Godfather Pt II.</p>

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      Of Time And The City

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      <p>Terence Davies' passionate and poetic love letter to his native city was one of the sensations of this year's Cannes Film Festival. A heart-stirring meditation on time and memory, Davies' first film in almost a decade marks a spectacular return to the spotlight for the director who won world-wide acclaim for his autobiographical classics Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988) and The Long Day Closes (1992). Images of Liverpool past and present are magically combined with a wonderfully rich selection of music (ranging from Peggy Lee to Mahler, Handel to The Hollies), voices, radio clips, and the director's own voice-over narration. The result is a powerful evocation of the director's youth in post-war Britain and a reflection on how his home city - and the world at large - have changed over the years. Davies is regarded by many as Britain's greatest living director, and this haunting film has been widely hailed as a masterpiece.</p>

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      Seventh Heaven / Street Angel

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      <p>This collection brings together two of the celebrated Hollywood director's most famous titles; 7th Heaven and Street Angel. Set in Paris on the eve of The Great War, 7th Heaven is an exquisite tale of transformational love in which sewage worker Chico and street waif Diane (Charles Farrell and Janet Gaynor in the first of 12 cinematic pairings) rise above their poverty-stricken lives to reach for the stars - neither war nor death can stand in their way. Following the success of 7th Heaven, Borzage used Gaynor and Farrell again for Street Angel. This time the setting is Naples, where Angela (Gaynor), the 'street angel' of the title, is forced to confront her past and risks losing her lover Gino (Farrell) Janet Gaynor won the first Academy Award of Best Actress for her roles in 7th Heaven, Street Angel and Murnau's Sunrise.</p>

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      Schalcken the Painter (Re-issue)

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      <p>Based on a short story by Sheridan Le Fanu, Schalcken the Painter was originally shown in the Omnibus strand on BBC2 during Christmas 1979. The story follows the young seventeenth-century Flemish painter Godfried Schalcken, who forsakes love for ambition, but discovers that there is still a terrible price to pay for his choice. One of the most frequently requested programmes in the BBC archive, Schalcken the Painter is an exquisitely shot, atmospheric horror film which explores the uneasy, dark relationship between art, commerce and erotic desire. The superb cast includes Jeremy Clyde, Maurice Denham and Cheryl Kennedy. Transferred to High Definition from film materials preserved in the BFI National Archive, the release also includes the rare, experimental Edgar Allan Poe adaptation, The Pit (1962), assistant directed by Peter Collinson (The Italian Job). Extras: Look Into the Dark (2013, 39 mins): interviews with director/writer/producer Leslie Megahey and director of photography John Hooper on the making of Schalcken the Painter The Pit (1962, Edward Abraham, 25 mins): experimental film based on the classic Poe tale The Pit and the Pendulum Original production sketches for The Pit The Pledge (Digby Rumsey, 1981, 21 mins): three criminals pledge to free the soul of their friend from his gibbeted corpse in this short film based on ‘The Highwaymen’ by Lord Dunsany Cast and Crew: Director -Leslie Megahey (Earth (BBC Series), The Advocate) Cast – Jeremy Clyde (The Iron Lady, Doctor Zhivago (2002 version)), Maurice Denham (Animal Farm, Sunday Bloody Sunday)</p>

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      Deep End (Re-Release)

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      <p>Newly employed at a run-down London swimming baths, Mike (John Moulder-Brown) obsesses after his sassy and self-assured co-worker (Jane Asher) whilst collecting tips for the 'special services' he is expected to perform for clients (including the superb Diana Dors). Darkly comic and utterly compelling, this portrait of Britain in an era of uncertainty is available here fully remastered with extensive extras, including a rare short film with Jane Asher. Extras: Starting Out: The Making of Jerzy Skolimowski's Deep End (2011, 74 mins): a comprehensive feature-length documentary Deep End: The Deleted Scenes (2011, 12 mins): short documentary exploring the scenes that never made the grade Original theatrical trailer Careless Love (Francine Winham, 1976, 10 mins): rare and disturbing tale in which a woman (Jane Asher) takes drastic action to keep the affections of the man she loves Cast and Crew: Director: Jerzy Skolimowski (Four Nights with Anna, Essential Killing) Cast: Diana Dors (Yield to the Night), Jane Asher (Alfie, Holby City), John Moulder-Brown (Vampire Circus)</p>

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      Night Will Fall

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      <p>When Allied forces liberated the Nazi concentration camps in 1944-45, their terrible discoveries were recorded by army and newsreel cameramen, revealing for the first time the full horror of what had happened. Making use of British, Soviet and American footage, the Ministry of Information’s Sidney Bernstein (later founder of Granada Television) aimed to create a documentary that would provide lasting, undeniable evidence of the Nazis’ unspeakable crimes. He commissioned a wealth of British talent, including editor Stewart McAllister, writer and future cabinet minister Richard Crossman and, as treatment advisor, his friend Alfred Hitchcock. Yet, despite initial support from the British and US Governments, the film was shelved, and only now, 70 years on, has it been restored and completed by Imperial War Museums. This eloquent, lucid documentary by André Singer (executive producer of the award-winning The Act of Killing) tells the extraordinary story of the filming of the camps and the fate of Bernstein’s project, using original archive footage and eyewitness testimonies. Features: Q&amp;A with André Singer, Sally Angel, Toby Haggith and David Cesarani (2014, 13 minutes): filmed at the BFI Southbank Interviews with historians (2014): Jeremy Hicks at Auschwitz, David Cesarani at Buchenwald, and Rainer Schulze at Belsen Survivor interviews (2014) On Reflection (2014): featurette revisiting German Concentration Camps Factual Survey Caroline Moorehead interview on the rediscovery of German Concentration Camps Factual Survey footage in 1985 Interview with Dr Toby Haggith, IWM’s Senior Curator Archive films: Death Mills (Billy Wilder, 1945, 22 mins); Oswiecem aka Auschwitz (1945, 21 mins); Belsen Death Camp Leaders Meet Justice (1945, 1 min) Stills gallery Booklet with new essays and complete film credits NB. All extras TBC and subject to potential change Cast and Crew: Directed by André Singer (Executive Producer of The Act of Killing)</p>

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      That Sinking Feeling (Re-Release)

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      <p>Unemployed teenager Ronnie (Robert Buchanan, Gregory's Girl) and his hapless pals spend their time hanging around the rainy parks and dingy cafes in Glasgow, but their world is about to change when Ronnie hatches a plan to make them all rich by stealing … a job-lot of stainless steel sinks! Hilarious and inventive, this zero budget debut from celebrated director Bill Forsyth (Gregory's Girl, Local Hero, Comfort and Joy) provides an authentic depiction of 1970s Glasgow youth culture, and is presented here in a digitally remastered transfer, complete with the original Glaswegian dialogue track and an extensive range of extra features. Extras: Optional alternative dubbed dialogue track Feature-length audio commentary with Bill Forsyth and Mark Kermode Kermode Uncut (2012, 9 mins): an analysis of That Sinking Feeling’s budget A Conversation with Robert Buchanan (2014, 14 mins) Bill Forsyth BAFTA Film (Bill Forsyth, 2009, 7 mins) KH-4 (John Schorstein, 1969, 13 mins): short film starring Bill Forsyth Mirror (John Schorstein, 1970, 33 mins): short film starring Bill Forsyth Glasgow 1980 (Oscar Marzaroli, 1971, 30 mins): film edited by Bill Forsyth Islands of the West (Bill Forsyth, 1972, 30 mins): travel documentary directed by Forsyth Cast and Crew: Director: Bill Forsyth (Gregory’s Girl, Local Hero, Being Human) Cast: Tom Mannion (Iris, Star Wars), Robert Buchanan (Gregory’s Girl)</p>

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      The Stuart Hall Project

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      <p>Highly acclaimed at this year’s Sundance and Sheffield Documentary festivals, the new film from award-winning documentarian John Akomfrah (The Nine Muses) is a sensitive, emotionally charged portrait of cultural theorist Stuart Hall. A founding figure of contemporary cultural studies – and one of the most inspiring voices of the post-war Left – Stuart Hall’s resounding and ongoing influence on British intellectual life commenced soon after he emigrated from Jamaica in 1951. Combining extensive archival imagery – television excerpts, home movies, family photos – with specially filmed material and a personally mixed Miles Davis soundtrack, Akomfrah’s filmmaking approach matches the agility of Hall’s intellect, its intimate play with memory, identity and scholarly impulse traversing the changing historical landscape of the second half of the 20th century. Contents: Special Features TBC Booklet with original essays Cast and Crew: Directed by John Akomfrah (Nine Muses, Handsworth Songs). Music by Miles Davis. Awards and Reviews: Official Selection at Sundance Film Festival 2013 “A stirring documentary tribute to the cultural theorist Stuart Hall … we see the past few decades through very special eyes” Time Out, Dave Calhoun **** “Akomfrah finds a new and quietly moving significance in Hall's own life story” The Guardian, Peter Bradshaw **** “[Hall’s] analysis of the second half of the 20th century (accompanied by the moody music of Miles Davis) provides plenty to chew on” Evening Standard, Charlotte O’Sullivan **** “A fascinating visual tapestry of archive material” Total Film, Tom Dawson ****</p>

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      Childrens Film Foundation: Scary Stories

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      <p>For over 30 years the Children's Film Foundation produced quality entertainment for young audiences, employing the cream of British filmmaking talent. Newly transferred from the best available elements held in the BFI National Archive, these much-loved and fondly remembered films finally return to the screen after many years out of distribution in this specially curated DVD release from the BFI. The Man from Nowhere is a beautifully told Victorian gothic thriller from acclaimed director James Hill. Young orphan Alice has been invited by her rich uncle to live in his country mansion but she soon finds herself persecuted by the apparent visitations of an unsettling stranger. Who is this 'man from nowhere' and just why is he trying to scare her away? The events in Haunters of the Deep take place along the dramatic Cornish coastline. Intent on re-opening a disused tin mine, an American businessman ignores warnings about the site's grisly past. It's left to his bored daughter and local lad, Josh, to attempt a daring rescue when history threatens to repeat itself. In John Krish's Out of the Darkness, a Derbyshire village is haunted by a tragic secret from the era of the Black Death. When the Neils decide to buy a run-down cottage they are unaware that it was once inhabited by a plague-stricken family. Soon, the Neil siblings find themselves in the middle of a thrilling adventure, assisted by their friend, Tom, and a local folklore expert (played by Michael Carter - The Keep, Return of the Jedi). Special Features: Illustrated booklet with new essays and full credits</p>

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      Riddles of the Sphinx (Includes DVD)

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      <p>Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen's visually accomplished and intellectually rigorous Riddles of the Sphinx is one of the most important avant-garde films to have emerged from Britain during the 1970s. The second collaboration between Mulvey and Wollen, both of whom are recognised as seminal figures in the field of film theory, Riddles of the Sphinx explores issues of female representation, the place of motherhood within society and the relationship between mother and daughter. Composed of a number of discrete sections, many of which are shot as continuous circular pans, the film takes place in a range of domestic and public spaces, shot in locations which include Malcolm LeGrice's kitchen and Stephen Dwoskin's bedroom. The film's ground-breaking electronic score, by The Soft Machine's Mike Ratledge, was composed on synthesisers which were developed in collaboration with Denys Irving (the man behind the mysterious and controversial 1970s band Lucifer). Newly mastered to High Definition, this extraordinary, era-defining work is presented here with a wealth of essential bonus material, including a newly-recorded feature-length commentary by Laura Mulvey, Mulvey and Wollen's film Penthesilea: Queen of the Amazons (1974, 99 mins), and a video interview with Laura Mulvey in conversation with the University of Bremen's Winfried Pauleit. Also included is an extensive booklet with new essays and complete film credits. Special Features: Presented in both High Definition and Standard Definition Mastered to High Definition from materials preserved at the BFI National Archive Newly recorded Laura Mulvey audio commentary Newly filmed interview with Laura Mulvey Penthesilea: Queen of the Amazons (Peter Wollen and Laura Mulvey, 1974, 99 mins): trail-blazing avant-garde film exploring the image of the Amazonian woman in myth Cast and Crew: Directed by Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen. Starring Dinah Stabb, Merdel Jordine, Rhiannon Tise, Clive Merrison</p>

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      Robinson in Ruins (Dual Format Edition)

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      <p>Newly free from prison, mysterious flâneur Robinson has been haunting the Oxfordshire countryside. Rusting film cans found abandoned in an old caravan turn out to contain the results of his research a visual investigation into the historic ruins of the English landscape and the reality of late capitalism. These beautiful pictures have been compiled by his research associate (voiced by Oscar-winner Vanessa Redgrave). Contrasting past English radicalism and reaction with the 2008 banking collapse, Patrick Keiller's latest essay-film in his Robinson trilogy (London and Robinson in Space) is an ironic and witty comment on the sustainability of market forces and a profound tribute to the power of nature.Extra Features: Dual Format Edition: includes both Blu-ray and the DVD versions of the main feature Original Theatrical Trailer Deleted scenes and Alternative takes Extensive illustrated booklet featuring essays and film notes</p>

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      Loving Memory (Includes Blu-Ray and DVD Copy)

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      <p>Tony Scott's (True Romance, Top Gun, Days of Thunder ) first feature, Loving Memory (1970) was made with assistance from the BFI's Production Board. Beautifully photographed by acclaimed cinematographer Chris Menges - who captures the misty mystery of the Yorkshire moors - the film follows the story of a brother and sister living alone with their memories and a macabre secret. Now one of Hollywood's most bankable UK ex-pats, the then 26 year-old Tony Scott's low budget film achieved critical praise and plaudits for its strong narrative, going on to open the new NFT 2 in September 1970. Also Included here as an extra is Scott's earlier short film, One of the Missing (1968) and Ridley Scott's 1965 short Boy and Bicycle (1965). Special Features: One of the Missing (1968, 26min) An early, taught psychological drama directed by Tony Scott Boy and Bicycle (1965, 27min) Starring Tony Scott and directed by his brother Ridley Scott. All content newly transferred to HD from original film elements held in the BFI National Archive. Fully illustrated booklet featuring essays, credits and biographical information</p>

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      Birth of a Nation - Centenary Edition

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      <p>2015 marks the centenary of the release of the controversial, yet extremely significant American silent epic, The Birth of a Nation, by D.W. Griffith. Griffith is often considered to be one of the most important figures in the history of cinema having been credited with creating and perfecting cinematic devices such as the flash-back, the iris shot, the mask and cross-cutting. The Birth of a Nation covers a period of several years and is centered on the relationship of two families during the Civil War and Reconstruction-US era. Dividing friends and destroying families, The Civil War is minor in its disruption compared to the anarchy which follows in the black-ruled South post-war. The film was released to great commercial success, being one of the highest grossing films of the Silent era, but was widely-debated and often condemned due to its portrayal of the Ku Klux Klan as a heroic force. The film is attributed to launching the career of Lillian Gish, who worked closely with Griffith for many years, and who was also known as ‘The First Lady of American Cinema’. Extras: Two short films by D W Griffith; The Rose of Kentucky (1911) and The Coward (1911) The Drummer of the 8th (1913) – short film starring future Oscar winning Frank Borzage (A Farewell to Arms) Stolen Glory (1912) – a comedy starring Ford Sterling filmed against the backdrop of a parade of Union Civil War veterans 1930 re-release title sequence and short archival introduction by D W Griffith Photoplay orchestral recording sessions Out-takes and original camera tests D W Griffith on Lux Radio Theatre BFI Southbank roundtable discussion (2015) A Personal Appreciation of Birth of a Nation by film scholar Melvyn Stokes Fully illustrated booklet with news essays and full credits Cast and Crew: Directed by D W Griffith (Intolerance, Orphans of the Storm) Cast: Lillian Gish (Duel in the Sun, The Comedians)</p>

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      Phil Mulloy Works On Film 1991 - 2000

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      <p>Phil Mulloy Works On Film. The films of multi-award-winning animator Phil Mulloy are the antidote to all that is kitsch and sentimental in animation. Witty and acerbic fables, drawn in brush and ink, comment on human nature and contemporary values. Definitely not for the squeamish or prudish, these films contain sex, violence, and scenes calculated to outrage horses!This definitive compilation contains 24 films, including the six films in the Cowboys series, all of the Ten Commandments, the outrageous The Sound of Music, and the unmissable The Sexlife of a Chair.</p>

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      Childrens Film Foundation Volume 2: The Race is On

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      <p>The BFI presents three more classic kids' films from the much loved Children’s Film Foundation. Cult favourite Sammy's Super T-Shirt (1978) - arguably the most sought after gem in the CFF library – finally comes to DVD, accompanied by two other classics from the collection. Sammy dreams of becoming a super athlete, despite his puny build. When his lucky training t-shirt is thrown into a scientist's lab it becomes imbued with 'super strength' power. When Sammy manages to recover the t-shirt he uses his new-found strength to out-run baddies and bullies alike. Soapbox Derby (1957), sees a young Michael Crawford scrapping with a rival South London gang in Battersea, while The Sky-Bike (1967) stars Liam Redmond as an eccentric inventor trying to achieve more than just speed. Special Features: Sammy Super T-shirt has a huge cult following and ‘retro’ appeal – existing internet following has generated an online petition for its release with 850+ signatories; 200+ comments and 50K views for clips posted on YouTube Soapbox Derby stars Michael Crawford – one of Britain best loved actors Three classic films, all fully remastered from original film elements, on a single disc – great value release Illustrated sleeve by renowned film poster artist Graham Humphries Cast &amp; Crew: Starring Michael Crawford (Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em, Phantom of the Opera), Lawrie Mark (The Fosters). Directed by Charles Frend (The Cruel Sea, The Long Arm), Jeremy Summers (The Punch &amp; Judy Man, Crooks in Cloisters).</p>

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      The Complete Humphrey Jennings - Volume 3

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      <p>This Dual Format Edition completes the BFI's acclaimed Complete Humphrey Jennings collection, making available all the films directed by Britain's greatest filmmakers available on Blu-ray and DVD. The films of Humphrey Jennings have proved hugely influential over the last 60 years - his influence can be felt in the work of Lindsay Anderson (If...) and more recent filmmakers, such as Kevin MacDonald (Touching the Void, Marley). Jennings was also a major influence for Frank Cottrel Boyce and Danny Boyle, whose 2012 Olympics ceremony used Jennings' book, Pandæmonium, as its inspiration. Films Comprise: The Eighty Days (1944) A Diary for Timothy (1945) A Defeated People (1946) The Cumberland Story (1947) The Dim Little Island (1949) Family Portrait (1950) Special Features: V.1 (1944): a shorter cut of The Eighty Days, made for overseas distribution The Good Life (1951): Jennings' final film</p>

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      Your Children and You - Volume 8

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      <p>The BFI continues its celebrated series of releases from the COI archive with this double-disc selection of films made by the UK government about childhood and children. From post-war films made to promote healthy eating, good schooling and getting your baby to sleep, through to a 1980s documentary on artificial insemination, Your Children and You is a fascinating look at the social history of Britain and our ever-evolving attitudes to children and child-rearing. This collection also includes rare films from the Wellcome Trust archive on the themes of childbirth and motherhood, three of the films feature newly recorded scores. Special Features: Extensive, illustrated booklet with new essays and film notes by Archive film experts A selection of films from the Wellcome Trust, including newly-commissioned scores</p>

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      Childrens Film Foundation - Volume 3: Weird Adventure

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      <p>The BFI presents three more classic kids' films from the much loved Children's Film Foundation. This volume showcases three remastered films - all weird and fantastic adventures - made by some of the leading figures of British cinema. The Boy Who Turned Yellow (1972) was the final film produced by the legendary British director/writer/producers Michael Powell and Emeric Press burger (A Matter of Life and Death, The Red Shoes). In this fantastic story a young boy changes colour and gets the ability to transport himself through the TV. The Monster of Highgate Ponds (1961) was made by the great director Alberto Calvalcanti (Went the Day Well, Dead of Night). Three London children acquire a giant egg which hatches out into a mild-mannered monster. A Hitch in Time (1978) stars Patrick Troughton - the second Dr. Who - as an eccentric professor whose new time-machine keeps going wrong. Special Features: Illustrated booklet with newly-commissioned film notes</p>

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