Blu-rays and DVDs

The BFI releases up to 40 titles a year on DVD and in dual format editions.

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  • Science is Fiction / The Sounds of Science: The Films of Jean Painlevé

    Two-disc set featuring a selection from 50 years of passionate scientific enquiry by Jean Painlevé, poetic pioneer of science films.

    World cinema

  • Shadows

    John Cassavetes, directorial debut follows the relationship between a mixed-race woman and a white man.

    John Cassavetes

  • Shirin

    100 women are deeply absorbed in watching a film we never see, as we observe instead how the drama plays out on their faces.

    World cinema

  • Silent Waters

    Documentary filmmaker Sabiha Sumar’s first film explores the political evolution of Pakistan, the advent of fundamentalism and the fragile rights of ordinary women.

    World cinema

  • Still Life

    Jia Zhangke’s Golden Lion winner tells two contemplative and compassionate stories of a man and woman searching for absent spouses in an ancient town on the Yangtze River.

    World cinema

  • Stray Dog

    A masterful mix of film noir and police thriller set on the sweltering mean streets of occupied Tokyo.

    Akira Kurosawa

  • Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song

    Landmark classic of black cinema and independent filmmaking, following a street hustler who goes on the run after fighting back against two racist cops.

    World cinema

  • Syndromes and a Century

    Spellbinding Buddhist meditation on the mysteries of love and attraction, the workings of memory, and the ways in which happiness is triggered.

    World cinema

  • La Terra Trema

    A fishing family attempts to escape poverty and exploitation by becoming the owner of its own boat in Luchino Visconti’s work of uncompromising realism.

    Luchino Visconti

  • Tess

    Superb restoration of Roman Polanski’s acclaimed 1979 adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s classic.

     

    World cinema

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