Terence Davies’s ode to his native Liverpool wowed audiences and critics alike after being hailed as the highlight of the 2008 Cannes Film Fe
Jane Arden’s violent and powerful adaptation of her work with The Holocaust women’s theatre troupe looks into the mind of a woman label
One of the pinnacles of British silent cinema, Piccadilly is a sumptuous showbiz melodrama seething with sexual and racial tension.
Filmed among the ruins of the Crystal Palace terraces, The Pleasure Garden is a playful and poetic ode to desire, and winner of the Prix de Fantasi
When Sally (Francesca Annis) moves to London to pursue a modelling career, she moves in with Angela (Anneke Wills, Doctor Who) and Dee (future Hamm
Horace Ové’s landmark films Pressure (1975) and Baldwin’s Nigger (1969), presented together on one disc, form the third DVD released in
Since the late 1970s, the identical twin Quay Brothers have made a unique contribution to animation in general, and the puppet film in particular.
The idyllic, rural past of a Suffolk village comes to life through the memories of an old man who tends a country graveyard, in this extraordinary,
The definitive version of Hugh Hudson’s powerfully unsentimental film set during the American War of Independence.
In the industrial streets and factories of Nottingham, Arthur Seaton (Albert Finney) spends his days at the factory bench, his evenings in the local pubs and his nights in the arms of Brenda (Rachel Roberts), the wife of a fellow factory worker.