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
Delusional revolutionary Malcolm Scrawdyke (a mesmerising John Hurt) leads his Party of Dynamic Erection – Wick (John McEnery), Irwin (Raymond Plat
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
Exploring the territory where art, love and sex collide, Love is the Devil charts the powerful and dangerous relationship betweens one of Britain
An extraordinary debut from one of Hollywood’s most bankable UK expats, Tony Scott’s Loving Memory (1970) follows an isolated brother a
Shirley Anne Field gives a fiery performance as a young designer on the brink of starting an affair with a married male supervisor (Robert Stephens
In a world of gangs and villains, one man – Moon – will stop at nothing to get the girl and take the spoils.
A delicious double dose of effervescent vintage comedy-drama starring Britain’s blondest bombshell, the one and only Diana Dors, at her saucy