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Seven Samurai

Baz Hood reviews the BFI's upcoming Blu-Ray of Kurosawa's much beloved epic....

The Phantom of the Opera

Baz Hood looks at the excellent BFI dual-format release of the seminal Lon Chaney horror movie....

The Epic of Everest

Mike Sutton looks at the BFI's dual-format release of this important historical documentary....

How We Used to Live

A tribute to London through nostalgia and harmonies...

Gothic Film Festival at Leeds' Kirkstall Abbey

Four days of horror in a stunning setting...

The Friday Film News Roundup

The potential World War Z sequel loses it director, 24 shoots in London, Ted returns and more in thi...

CFF Volume 4: Scary Stories

Chilling tales from the Childrens Film Foundation presented as part of the BFI's Gothic strand....

Sleepwalker

The latest BFI flipside release contains Saxon Logan's 80s political horror and The Insomniac. The n...

Riddles of the Sphinx in September

Dual-format edition for Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen's avant-garde classic.

Scary Stories in September

The latest from the BFI's Children's Film Foundation collection...

Gothic BFI Film Classics in October

Eight horror titles from BFI Publishing.

You're Human Like the Rest of Them

The films of BS Johnson....

The Adventures of Prince Achmed in August

Blu-ray upgrade for Lotte Reiniger's classic animation.

The COI Collection Volume Eight: Your Children and You

The BFI's latest COI offering takes on children and childcare.

Cría cuervos

Carlos Saura's mesmerizing tale of childhood and death gets a worthy Dual Format release from the BF...

The British Transport Films Collection Volume 11 in August

Documenting the construction of London Underground's Victoria Line.

BFI Gothic DVDs and Blu-rays

Eight new titles for the autumn...

A London Trilogy: The Films of Saint Etienne 2003-2007 in July

The film collaborations of Saint Etienne and Paul Kelly, coming to BFI DVD.

The Killing of a Chinese Bookie in July

BFI announce the final title in their Cassavetes collection.

The Complete Humphrey Jennings (Vol 3) in July

The BFI conclude their complete Blu-ray overview of the great British filmmaker.

Theorem

Pasolini's controversial film features Terence Stamp as a young man who seduces the whole household ...

BFI Flipside in September

Saxon Logan's Sleepwalker joins the strand, plus accompanying shorts.

The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser Returns to the Big Screen

Cinema re-release for the Werner Herzog classic.

Underground in June

Dual-format edition for the British silent classic.

Weird Adventures in June

Latest Children's Film Foundation volume from the BFI...

Chronicle of a Summer in May

Dual-format edition for the 1961 French classic.

Every Picture Tells a Story at the BFI Southbank in May

A special screening as part of the William Scott centenary.

BFI Publishing in May, June and July

New additions to the BFI Film Classics and Screen Guides ranges, plus a Laura Mulvey second edition.

Cría cuervos in May

Carlos Saura classic to make its UK Blu-ray and DVD debut.

Opening Night in May

The BFI's Cassavetes Collection continues...
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