October 21st, 2015
Eight Classic BBC titles available to order, the perfect stocking fillers for this Christmas!
The Brittas Empire (£24.99), Two Thousand Acres of Sky (£24.99), Just Good Friends (£24.99), Maelstrom (£16.99), The Dark Side of the Sun (£16.99), Dead Head (£9.99), Who Pays the Ferryman (£19.99), The Truth About Climate Change (£9.99), all for a limited time.
There never has been a better time to find the perfect gift for that freind or family member who loves their classic televeision, these classic BBC series are available to order now:
October 06th, 2015
Last week we announced some new titles that'll be coming in December.
August 11th, 2015
We're absolutely thrilled to announce that we will be releasing what has been heralded as the best documentary of all time and not just that, one of the greatest films of all time – Dziga Vertov's fantastic Man with a Movie Camera. Taken from the stunning recent Lobster Films, EYE Film Institute, Cinémathèque de Toulouse, and the Centre National de la Cinématographie restoration and presented with a collection of Vertov's other works, this deluxe special edition set will be joining The Masters of Cinema Series very soon!
May 20th, 2015
Alex Ross Perry's Listen Up Philip will be hitting cinemas from June 5th, check below for cinema screenings in your area, we will update this page frequently with listings as they are confimred.
The film is also on demand now at the following platforms:
May 01st, 2015
Tokyo Tribe will be screening in select cinemas from 22nd May, see below for listings, we'll update this page with more lsiting as they are confirmed.
Just when you thought Sion Sono’s unique brand of subversive cinema couldn’t get any more out there, he’s back to explode expectations once again as he ventures even further into uncharted cinematic territory with an ingenious hybrid of Yakuza gang-action and hip-hop musical.
February 04th, 2015
Life of Riley will be screening in cinemas across the UK from 6th March, check below to find the nearest screening to you.
Alain Resnais’ (Last Year at Marienbad, Hiroshima mon amour) final film before his death in March 2014 is a moving, graceful, and surprisingly affirmative farewell to life from a truly great artist.