Red Beard (Akahige), the last and most ambitious of Akira Kurosawa’s collaborations with Toshiro Mifune, marks the end of one of the most rem
Red Desert is a stunning film from the great Italian auteur, Michelangelo Antonioni, a deserving winner of the Golden Lion at the 1965 Venice Film Festival and a high point in modern cinema.
New restoration of Pasolini’s final work, a shocking and controversial masterpiece based on the book by the Marquis de Sade.
In response to the huge critical and commercial success of Yojimbo, Akira Kurosawa and actor Toshiro Mifune teamed up a year later to make this com
Before David Attenborough and Jacques Cousteau – there was Jean Painlevé.
Seven warriors defend a village from ferocious bandits in Akira Kurosawa’s gripping masterpiece.
Set amongst the lively milieu of artists and jazz musicians in bohemian 1950s New York and featuring a swinging, improvised score by Charles Mingus and Shafi Hadi, Shadows gave birth to a radical new film language grounded in authenticity, and is widely considered the first truly independent American film.
Abbas Kiarostami is widely regarded as one of the most important, ambitious and rewarding filmmakers at work today.
One of the classics of world cinema, Sergei Eisentein’s 1925 Battleship Potemkin, accompanied with the world premiere of John Grierson’s ground-breaking 1929 documentary Drifters.
“The resonant setting, lovely performances and surrealist surprises make for transfixing viewing” – Tony Rayns