Almost 30 years after its inception, the BFI’s Film Classics series is relaunching this spring with a fresh new cover approach and three new titles.
The BFI and its publishing partner Bloomsbury relaunch the series on 28 May 2020 with 20 titles. This comprises brand new books on Babette’s Feast by philosopher Julian Baggini, Touch of Evil by poet and art critic Richard Deming and Rosemary’s Baby by film writer Michael Newton, as well as reissued favourites including A.L. Kennedy on The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, Camille Paglia on The Birds and Ed Guerrero on Do the Right Thing.
We’re offering you the chance to win all 20 of the redesigned editions.
The competition closes on Thursday 2 July 2020 and is open to UK residents only.