Blu-rays and DVDs

The BFI releases up to 40 titles a year on DVD and in dual format editions.

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  • Drunken Angel

    Part gangster film, part melodrama and part social critique, Akira Kurosawa’s first critical success follows the troubled friendship between a disillusioned doctor and a young yakuza.

    Akira Kurosawa

  • Early Kurosawa

    Six films from the start of Akira Kurosawa’s career demonstrate the emergence of a profoundly influential directorial vision.

    Akira Kurosawa

  • Early Summer

    A wonderfully poised ensemble work which presents the intricacies and contradictions of three generations who have lived through the end of an era and are looking towards the new.

    Yasujiro Ozu

  • Emil and the Detectives

    Classic 1931 adaptation of Eric Kastner’s much-loved children’s book.

    World cinema

  • Les Enfants Terribles

    A teenage brother and sister create an intense, private world in their untidy shared single room, until outsiders intrude, setting the scene for tragedy.

    Jean Cocteau

  • Equinox Flower + There was a Father

    Paternal authority is the theme shared by two films by Yasujiro Ozu, one a moving and sharply ironic comedy, the other a powerful wartime drama.

    Yasujiro Ozu

  • The Exiles

    The Exiles chronicles one night in the lives of young Native American men and women living in the Bunker Hill district of Los Angeles.

    World cinema

  • Faces

    Richard and his wife Maria seek solace from their disintegrating marriage in the arms of other lovers in John Cassavetes’s powerful 1968 feature.

    John Cassavetes

  • Fairy Tales: Early Colour Stencil films from Pathe

    A selection of tinted fairy tales from the Pathé Frères company, made to appeal to young and old alike.

    World cinema

  • Fallen Angel

    Otto Preminger’s classic noir charts the downfall of a philanderer who marries for money, only to turn murder suspect when his true sweetheart is found dead.

    Otto Preminger

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