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Celebrating British Animation - New DCPs from the BFI

Three DCP packages that celebrate British animation from its early years to the 1990s. 

New BFI release: Arcadia

A mash-up of archive material from the last 100 years that examines the rich, strange history of the British countryside, with a specially composed score by Adrian Utley (Portishead) and Will Gregory (Goldfrapp).

Celebrating Ingmar Bergman - New DCPs from the BFI

As part of the global celebrations of the centenary of Ingmar Bergman (1918-2007), the BFI will be making many of his films available on DCP for theatrical bookings in 2018.  

New BFI release: The Silence of the Lambs

An FBI agent (Jodie Foster) requires help from a psychopath (Anthony Hopkins) in order to catch a serial killer in this Oscar®-laden classic thriller. 

New BFI release: Hotel Salvation

This gentle and award-winning family charmer follows the ordeal of an over-worked modern son forced to accompany his 77-year-old father, who is in search of salvation, to the holy city of Varanasi.

New BFI release: Howards End

A new 25th anniversary 4K restoration of one of Merchant Ivory's undisputed masterpieces.

New BFI release: Stockholm My Love

Mark Cousins and Neneh Cherry team up for this superb ‘is it a doc, or is it fiction’ film.

New BFI release: Daughters of the Dust

One of the key inspirations for the film work that accompanied Beyoncé’s Lemonade, this is a timely re-release for Julie Dash’s powerful first feature.

New BFI release: Napoleon

Abel Gance's revolutionary silent epic, newly digitised and available on DCP for the first time

New BFI release: I Am Belfast

A dreamlike evocation of Belfast with a powerful soundtrack by great Belfast DJ and film composer David Holmes.

New BFI release: Le Mépris

A sumptuously stylish study of a rocky marriage, Jean-Luc Godard's new wave landmark returns to cinemas on New Year's Day

New BFI release: Make More Noise! Suffragettes in Silent Film

A new compilation of archive shorts depicting how suffragettes were portrayed on the cinema screen while their battles were still being waged.


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