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The BFI releases up to 40 titles a year on DVD and in dual format editions.
1 - 10 of 15
The Angelic Conversation
In 2007, the BFI released three Derek Jarman films together – Caravaggio (1986), Wittgenstein (1993) and The Angelic Conversation (1985) – all digi
A Bigger Splash: featuring David Hockney
Enthralling 1974 docudrama, celebrating David Hockney’s life, work and milieu.
A lost classic of the British avant-garde, Borderline tells the story of a tense, interracial love triangle and its deadly consequences.
Derek Jarman’s unique and refreshing take on the biopic is a powerful meditation on sexuality, criminality and art.
Punk Britain, gay Britain, Thatcher’s Britain, Derek Jarman tackled the lot. Isaac Julien’s film celebrates the life, vision and legacy of one of Britain’s great artists.
Encounters: Four Ground-Breaking Classics of Gay Cinema
This collection from the BFI brings together four rarely seen short films depicting the gay experience in post-war society.
The Erotic Films of Peter de Rome
Eight films by British-born New Yorker and unsung hero of gay underground filmmaking Peter de Rome, painstakingly crafted on Super 8.
Looking for Langston
Lyrical and poetic consideration of the life of revered Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes by award-winning filmmaker Isaac Julien.
Love is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon
John Maybury’s audacious film charts the powerful and dangerous relationship between Francis Bacon and his lover and muse.
Nighthawks / Nighthawks II: Strip Jack Naked
One of the great, undervalued films of the 1970s and the first British fiction feature to present a realistic picture of the gay community.
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