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Map to the Stars

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Magick Lantern Cycle

Legendary filmmaker Kenneth Anger influenced Martin Scorsese, David Lynch and RW Fassbinder, this Dual Format collection showcases 10 of his films.

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Written and directed by Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen this is one of the most important avant-garde films to have emerged from Britain during the 1970s.

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GAZWRX: The Films of Jeff Keen

Collected works by the visionary artist who was one of Britain’s most important experimental filmmakers.

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Bill Morrison: Selected Works 1996-2014

This extensive collection makes Morrison’s acclaimed films available in Europe for the first time. The set includes his renowned feature Decasia.

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The Carl Theodor Dreyer Collection

Strictly limited edition Blu-ray box set collects a number of Dreyer’s most revered, award-winning films, some of his lesser-known works and an extensive selection of extra features.

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Limited edition, numbered collection of Rossellini’s postwar films. Available on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK.

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Krzysztof Zanussi in conversation

The Polish director discusses his film Camouflage (1977) at the launch of the Martin Scorsese Presents Masterpieces of Polish Cinema programme.

Wednesday 8 April 2015

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Film of the week: A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence

Novelty enterprise, historical calamity and more make a daisy-chain of human failure in the third of Roy Andersson's magisterially morose taxidermal comedies, says Nick Pinkerton.
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Friday 24 April 2015

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