Roman Polanski’s lavish adaptation of the Thomas Hardy tragedy, Tess of the d’Urbervilles, comes to Blu-ray from the BFI in a solid HD effort.
Barbet Schroeder’s controversial film Maîtresse finally hits home video in the UK in its complete, uncut form courtesy of the BFI.
Jacques Tati’s first feature film, Jour de fete, may not be quite up to the standards of his later efforts, but it is still worth watching. This new restoration, however, cannot save what is an obviously flawed color source format.
The BFI continue on with their strong Jacques Tati Collection by introducing this wonderful Dual Format edition of the thoroughly enjoyable Tati classic Mon oncle.
John Cassavete’s unsettling cinema verité masterpiece arrives in a strong dual format package from the UK’s BFI.
The obsessiveness of the creative mind is explored in this 1987 film from director Peter Greenaway, arriving in a dual format edition from the BFI.
The BFI releases the director’s cut of this maligned film, but is time it is given reconsideration.
BFI’s Flipside series brings horror director Andy Milligan’s long lost early art house film Nightbirds to home video fully restored for the first time.
Witness the lives of everyday Britons during wartime in these classic Humphrey Jennings documentaries collected in this second volume of his complete works from the BFI.
The BFI unearths another forgotten Swinging Sixties exploitation flick with this Dual Format edition of Her Private Hell.