The cautionary tale of an innocent girl abroad who gets caught up in the sleazy world of modelling, Her Private Hell was the debut feature of Briti
This glossy coming-of-age comedy, directed by Clive Donner (The Caretaker), follows the exploits of sex-obsessed Jamie (Barry Evans) as he attempts
This collection of documentaries, unseen television reports and silent film footage reveals how powerful and enduring the folk traditions of Great Britain have always been.
When a young poet (Michael Gothard – The Devils, The Valley) hires a marketing company to turn his suicide-by-jumping into a mass-media spectacle,
This second release of the BFI’s pioneering Adelphi Collection brings together two films directed by Maurice Elvey.
Seventeen-year-old Joanna is cool, stylish, and determined to start a new life as an art student in swinging London.
In 1960s London, a beautiful continental au pair finds herself wrestling with the affections of an earnest peace-protester, a dashing young toff an
This extensive collection is a major retrospective of the British documentary film movement during its period of greatest influence.
Delusional revolutionary Malcolm Scrawdyke (a mesmerising John Hurt) leads his Party of Dynamic Erection – Wick (John McEnery), Irwin (Raymond Plat
Patrick Keiller’s imaginative and highly original films each document a journey undertaken by the unseen ‘researcher’ Robinson and his simila
Legendary British low-budget movie mogul Arnold Louis Miller presents a cynical, sometimes startling vision of life in 1960s London with this fascinating exploitation-style documentary.
Terence Davies’s follow-up to Distant Voices, Still Lives extends his autobiographical memoirs into the 50s.
In this lyrical and poetic consideration of the life of revered Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes, award-winning British filmmaker Isaac Juli
In the mid-1920s, pioneering film-maker Claude Friese-Greene made a series of films during an intrepid drive from Land’s End to John O’