The epic story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, six Dorset labourers deported to Australia in the 1830s for forming a trade union.
One of the very last silent films to be made in Britain before the talkies revolutionised cinema, A Cottage on Dartmoor (1929) is a virtuoso piece
A vintage double bill of drama and comedy from British director John Guillermin (Death on the Nile, The Towering Inferno).
Legally unavailable for decades, Jerzy Skolimowski’s 1970 darkly comic and utterly compelling portrait of Britain in a era of uncertainty makes its long overdue return.
In Vertical Features Remake, a playful parody of avant-garde theorising, academics argue about the work of Tulse Luper, Greenaway’s best know
Michael Powell’s first independent production, The Edge of the World, comes to Blu-ray in a new high definition presentation overseen and app
“I don’t think I shall ever make another film, however good it may turn out to be, that will mean as much to me as The Edge of the World.” Mi
This collection from the BFI brings together four rarely seen short films depicting the gay experience in post-war society.
When the Famous Five are asked to look after Wilfred, a lonely orphan with a magical ability to communicate with animals, they have no idea of what
The holidays have finally arrived and Julian, Dick and Ann are looking forward to spending a long hot summer with their feisty tomboy cousin Georgi
A quick-fire vintage classroom caper from Maurice Elvey, featuring enough old jokes to fill a Christmas cracker factory, Fun at St.
To gallivant, is, according to its dictionary definition ‘to wander about, seeking pleasure or diversion; to go about with members of the opposite