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The BFI releases up to 40 titles a year on DVD and in dual format editions.
1 - 10 of 89
A is for Autism
This multi-award winning film, released for the first time on DVD, is a short glimpse into the world of autism, with words, drawings, music and animation all contributed by autistic people.
British film and TV
All the Right Noises
Gerry O’Hara’s wonderful time capsule of a film charts the affair of a married man and a teenage girl in late-60s London.
Chris Newby’s poetic debut feature addresses the gulf between patriarchal power and female ritual and rebellion against the backdrop of a remote Medieval village.
Jane Arden and Jack Bond’s groundbreaking experimental film creates a densely woven, dreamlike narrative exploring personal identity and social conformity.
“A complex and fascinating experimental exploration of time and identity. Anti-Clock is a film of authentic, startling originality.
The Bed Sitting Room
Satirical comedy set in a vividly realised post-apocalyptic London, with a beautifully bittersweet script based on a John Antrobus and Spike Milligan play.
The Belly of an Architect
Brian Dennehy stars as an American architect slowly losing his grip on life while working in Italy on an exhibition for the eighteenth-century French architect Etienne-Louis Boullee.
Bill Douglas Trilogy
Three compelling and critically acclaimed reflections on childhood: My Childhood, My Ain Folk and My Way Home.
When honest young Tolly is forced on the run with,Black Jack, a villainous ruffian, adventure and mishap are never far away.
The Black Panther
Crime drama, charting the infamous killing spree of Donald Nielson.
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Carl Theodor Dreyer
Pier Paolo Pasolini
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