Blu-rays and DVDs

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

Blu-rays and DVDs

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  • An Unflinching Eye

    A collection of exciting and uncompromising films by Richard Woolley.

    Experimental cinema

  • Anchoress

    Chris Newby’s poetic debut feature addresses the gulf between patriarchal power and female ritual and rebellion against the backdrop of a remote Medieval village.

    British film and TV

  • The Angelic Conversation

    In 2007, the BFI released three Derek Jarman films together – Caravaggio (1986), Wittgenstein (1993) and The Angelic Conversation (1985) – all digi

    Gay cinema

  • The Animals Film

    Controversial, confrontational and riveting, this explosive feature-documentary offers a compelling investigation into animal exploitation.

    British documentary

  • Anti-Clock

    “A complex and fascinating experimental exploration of time and identity. Anti-Clock is a film of authentic, startling originality.

    British film and TV

  • Anti-Clock

    Jane Arden and Jack Bond’s groundbreaking experimental film creates a densely woven, dreamlike narrative exploring personal identity and social conformity.

    British film and TV

  • Arabian Nights

    An exquisitely dreamlike adaptation of the collection of Arabic folk tales One Thousand and One Nights, and the final part of Pasolini’s Trilogy of Life.

    Pier Paolo Pasolini

  • An Autumn Afternoon

    Yasujiro Ozu’s elegiac final film charts the inevitable eclipse of older generations by irreverent youth.

    Yasujiro Ozu

  • The Bad Sleep Well

    The first film made by Akira Kurosawa’s own production company is a dark tale of greed, corporate corruption and revenge.

    Akira Kurosawa

  • Bande à Part

    Bande à part is Godard’s playful tribute to the Hollywood pulp crime movies of the 1940s, executed with typically Gallic cool.

    World cinema

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