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My Beautiful Laundrette (dual format edition)

A smash success, it earned Hanif Kureishi an Oscar nomination for Best Screenplay as well as launching the career of Daniel Day-Lewis.


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Every Picture Tells a Story - The Art Films of James Scott (2-DVD set)

New collection of acclaimed art films about the likes of Richard Hamilton, David Hockney and William Scott.


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Peppermint Soda (dual format edition)

A tale of two sisters growing up in 1960s France from director Diane Kurys.


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The Orchard End Murder (dual format edition)

BFI Flipside returns with a macabre tale of murder set in the idyllic Kent countryside.


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J’accuse (dual format edition)

Abel Gance’s powerful 1938 anti-war film on Blu-ray for the first time.


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Daughters of the Dust (dual format edition)

Julie Dash’s influential film, newly restored and available on DVD and Blu-ray.


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    Jean-Pierre Melville at BFI Southbank

    Best known for his later crime classics, Melville was a filmmaker of considerable versatility and artistic ambition.

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    India on Film at BFI Southbank

    We celebrate the diversity of Indian filmmaking and films about India – from Bollywood to Tollywood (home of Telugu and Bengali cinema) – in cinemas and online.

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    It at BFI IMAX

    Director Andy Muschietti’s terrifying big-screen version of Stephen King’s blockbuster 1986 novel has the warmth of Stranger Things and the visceral scares of A Nightmare on Elm Street.

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Film of the week: Kills on Wheels slings sarcasm and shootouts

Disabled hitmen go on a murder spree in this fantastical, ingenious Hungarian action movie that feels refreshingly unpatronising, writes Philip Kemp.
Philip Kemp
Thursday 14 September 2017

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