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Women in Love (Blu-ray)

Stunning new restoration by the BFI National Archive.

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Cry of the City (Blu-ray)

Richard Siodmak’s film noir gem set on the streets of New York.

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Based on Bruce Chatwin’s novel and starring Bob Peck.

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Influenced by Pasolini and Bresson, Peter Hall’s long unseen film is finally available in a 2K restoration by BFI National Archive.

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Around China with a Movie Camera (DVD)

Take a trip back to China in the first half of the 20th century with this collection of extraordinary, rare and beautiful travelogues, newsreels and home movies.

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Dissent & Disruption: The Complete Alan Clarke at the BBC (Blu-ray box set)

This collection finally brings together all twenty-three of Clarke’s surviving stand-alone BBC TV dramas.

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Michael C. Hall on The Man Who Fell to Earth and David Bowie

The star of David Bowie’s musical Lazarus joins the show’s producer Robert Fox to discuss The Man Who Fell to Earth, the film which inspired the show.

Sunday 18 September 2016

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    Kirk Douglas at BFI Southbank

    We pay tribute to the legendary Hollywood star as he approaches his 100th birthday by screening his finest films.

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    Ben Hur at BFI IMAX

    An enslaved Jewish noble seeks revenge on his traitor brother in this new take on the epic historical drama.

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Film of the week: The Clan

A true-life tale of a family firm of kidnappers casts some light on Argentina's dark post-dictatorship soul in Pablo Trapero's latest gutsy social thriller, says Maria Delgado.
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Saturday 17 September 2016

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