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The BFI releases up to 40 titles a year on DVD and in dual format editions.
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An Actor’s Revenge
This wildly melodramatic tale of a kabuki female impersonator who exacts a long-delayed revenge on the men who drove his parents to suicide is play
The Adventures of Prince Achmed
Lotte Reiniger’s beautiful 1926 silhouette animation brings to life magical tales from the Arabian Nights.
More than 80 years on, this masterpiece of cinematic surrealism remains as brilliantly witty and shocking as ever.
Sick: The Life and Death of Bob Flanagan, Supermasochist
Kirby Dick’s study of American performance artist and masochist Bob Flanagan, released fully uncensored on DVD for the first time.
Jan Svankmajer’s darkly surreal adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale, combining live action with stop-motion animation.
An exquisitely dreamlike adaptation of the collection of Arabic folk tales One Thousand and One Nights, and the final part of Pasolini’s Trilogy of Life.
Pier Paolo Pasolini
An Autumn Afternoon
Yasujiro Ozu’s elegiac final film charts the inevitable eclipse of older generations by irreverent youth.
The Bad Sleep Well
The first film made by Akira Kurosawa’s own production company is a dark tale of greed, corporate corruption and revenge.
Bande à Part
Bande à part is Godard’s playful tribute to the Hollywood pulp crime movies of the 1940s, executed with typically Gallic cool.
Before the Nickelodeon: The Early Cinema of Edwin S. Porter
Award-winning and intricately detailed documentary on the genesis of early cinema, focusing on one of the craft’s most ingenious pioneers.
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