International distribution DCPs

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Around India with a Movie Camera (2018)

Around India with a Movie Camera (2018)

Available titles (on DCP)

  • The Angelic Conversation

    The Angelic Conversation

    Derek Jarman’s mystical transfiguration of the English landscape.

  • Arcadia

    Arcadia

    Paul Wright’s exhilarating study of the British people’s shifting  - and contradictory — relationship to the land.

  • Around China with a Movie Camera

    Around China with a Movie Camera

    Take a trip back to China in the first half of the 20th century with this programme of archive films.

  • Around India with a Movie Camera

    Around India with a Movie Camera

    Sandhya Suri skilfully weaves together archive footage to create an emotionally resonant story about life across India pre-1947.

  • The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands

    The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands

    A thrilling reconstruction of two decisive naval battles from the early stages of the First World War.

  • Blue Black Permanent

    Blue Black Permanent

    Margaret Tait’s only feature-length film, the first Scottish feature directed by a woman.

  • Bronco Bullfrog

    Bronco Bullfrog

    Powerful and authentic, Barney Platts-Mills’ 1969 landmark youth film offers a fascinating record of the then-emerging suedehead subculture.

  • Caravaggio

    Caravaggio

    Derek Jarman’s acclaimed biopic of the Italian Baroque painter.

  • Distant Voices, Still Lives

    Distant Voices, Still Lives

    A remarkable evocation of working-class family life in the 1940s and 50s from Terence Davies.

  • The Edge of the World

    The Edge of the World

    Inhabitants of a remote island find their way of life threatened by a rapidly industrialising world in Michael Powell’s landmark feature.

  • The Epic of Everest

    The Epic of Everest

    The remarkable official film record of the legendary Everest expedition of 1924.

  • Finest Hour: Films by Humphrey Jennings

    Finest Hour: Films by Humphrey Jennings

    A compilation of works from Britain’s greatest documentary director.

  • Frantz Fanon: Black Skin White Mask

    Frantz Fanon: Black Skin White Mask

    Isaac Julien’s acclaimed film about the influential anti-colonialist writer.

  • The Great White Silence

    The Great White Silence

    The official record of Captain Scott’s heroic journey to the South Pole.

  • How to Survive the 1940s

    How to Survive the 1940s

    A special programme of public information films from the archives of the COI.

  • The Informer

    The Informer

    A revolutionary is on the run in this gripping thriller, one of the finest British films of the silent era.

  • London

    London

    Patrick Keiller’s journal of 1992, the year of John Major’s re-election, IRA bombs and the first crack in the House of Windsor.

  • Love is the Devil

    Love is the Devil

    A dazzling and audacious depiction of the combustible relationship between one of Britain’s most revered 20th-century artists and his muse.

  • Love Letters and Live Wires

    Love Letters and Live Wires

    A special compilation featuring highlights from the archives of the GPO Film Unit.

  • Make More Noise! Suffragettes in Silent Film

    Make More Noise! Suffragettes in Silent Film

    A selection of silent films showing how suffragettes were portrayed on screen while their battles were still being waged on the streets outside.

  • Maeve

    Maeve

    Pat Murphy and John Davis’ experimental film brings a feminist alternative to the conventional narrative of the Troubles.

  • Minute Bodies: The Intimate World of F. Percy Smith

    Minute Bodies: The Intimate World of F. Percy Smith

    A meditative, immersive tribute to the astonishing work of naturalist, inventor and pioneering filmmaker F. Percy Smith.

  • Murder in the Cathedral

    Murder in the Cathedral

    George Hoellering’s acclaimed adaptation of T.S. Eliot’s classic verse drama on the murder of Thomas Becket.

  • My Feral Heart

    My Feral Heart

    An independent young man with Down’s syndrome stumbles upon a wild and life changing friendship.

  • A Night at the Cinema in 1914

    A Night at the Cinema in 1914

    A glorious miscellany of comedies, adventure films, travelogues and newsreels recreates a typical night out at the cinema in 1914.

  • Nighthawks

    Nighthawks

    The first British fiction feature to present a realistic picture of the gay community.

  • Piccadilly

    Piccadilly

    A sumptuous showbiz melodrama seething with sexual and racial tension, and one of the pinnacles of British silent cinema.

  • Play On: Shakespeare in Silent Film

    Play On: Shakespeare in Silent Film

    A delightful selection of thrilling, iconic and humorous scenes from 24 newly digitised silent Shakespeare titles.

  • Riddles of the Sphinx

    Riddles of the Sphinx

    One of the most important avant-garde films to have emerged from Britain during the 1970s.

  • Robinson in Ruins

    Robinson in Ruins

    Tour “sites of scientific and historical interest” in and around Oxford with Patrick Keiller’s haunting look at the English landscape.

  • Shiraz

    Shiraz

    This epic silent film is a ravishing, romantic tale of the story behind one of the world’s most iconic structures: the Taj Mahal.

  • Shooting Stars

    Shooting Stars

    Go behind the scenes of a 1920s film studio with this sophisticated silent classic, the directorial debut of Anthony Asquith.

  • The Terence Davies Trilogy

    The Terence Davies Trilogy

    Three early films from director Terence Davies showcasing his singular talent and style.

  • Underground

    Underground

    Anthony Asquith’s subterranean tale of love, jealousy and murder, restored by the BFI National Archive.

  • Winstanley

    Winstanley

    A meticulously accurate and luminously filmed account of England’s first commune, established in 1649, from Kevin Brownlow and Andrew Mollo.

  • Wittgenstein

    Wittgenstein

    Derek Jarman’s bold, energetic and stylish examination of the life of philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein.

More information

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    BFI Distribution booking enquiry

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