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

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  • Partie de campagne

    On a country picnic, a young girl leaves her family for a while and succumbs to an all-too-brief romance in Jean Renoir’s sensuous tribute to the countryside.

    Jean Renoir

  • People on Sunday

    A tale of five young Berliners, a taxi driver, a travelling wine dealer, a record shop sales girl, a film extra and a model, on a typical Sunday.

    World cinema

  • A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese through American Movies

    Martin Scorsese’s contribution to the Century of Cinema series is a fascinating reflection on some of the landmarks of American cinema.

    World cinema

  • Red Beard

    An idle and socially ambitious intern learns the meaning of responsibility under the guidance of an authoritarian but humane doctor.

    World cinema

  • Red Desert

    An idle and socially ambitious intern learns the meaning of responsibility under the guidance of an authoritarian but humane doctor.

    World cinema

  • Regarde la Mer and other short films

    Collection of shorts by François Ozon, whose dark, mordantly psychological films combine wry humour, sensitivity and subversive insight with a talent for manipulation.

    World cinema

  • La Règle du jeu

    Jean Renoir’s brilliant social comedy is a study in the corruption and decay of French society on the eve of the outbreak of the second world war.

    Jean Renoir

  • The River

    Jean Renoir’s first colour feature is the tale of an adolescent girl living with her English family on the banks of the Ganges during the waning years of British colonial life.

    Jean Renoir

  • A River Called Titas

    Ritwik Ghatak’s tragic tale of a couple separated by a kidnapping delivers a lyrical account of the speech, rhythms and rituals of a Malo fishing community.

    World cinema

  • Salò, or The 120 Days of Sodom

    New restoration of Pasolini’s final work, a shocking and controversial masterpiece based on the book by the Marquis de Sade.

    Pier Paolo Pasolini

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