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Old 8th September 2017, 10:08 PM
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You do realise this is the Torso thread don't you?
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Thought it was the Paul Naschy thread......
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I see Celine and Julie Go Boating is getting a bd release on Nov 20th.


Special features
Presented in High Definition
A newly commissioned feature length commentary by film scholar Adrian Martin (2017)
Jonathan Romney on Rivette and Céline and Julie Go Boating (2006, mins TBC)
Tout la mémoire du monde (Alain Resnais, 1956, mins TBC)
The Haunted Curiosity Shop (WR Booth, 1901, 2 mins)
Fully illustrated booklet with an essay by Jonathan Rosenbaum, a review by Tom Milne; interviews with Dominique Labourier, Juliet Berto and Jacques Rivette; and Susan Seidelman's reflections on her Rivette-inspired Desperately Seeking Susan; and full film credits
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Old 13th October 2017, 02:25 PM
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I see Celine and Julie Go Boating is getting a bd release on Nov 20th...
Very glad to see this. I should have picked this up in the DVD-era but for no good reason I never did, so very happy to grab what will surely be the definitive edition. Now hopefully the BFI will give Derek Jarman's Caravaggio the Blu-Ray treatment !
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Exciting news. What a busy month!!
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Possibly doesn't belong in this thread, but...

Saturday, December 9th

"The BFI are running a season in December celebrating the television career of producer Sydney Newman, creator of Doctor Who and many other groundbreaking British television programmes.

Among the highlights is a showing of the very first televised episode of Doctor Who, “An Unearthly Child” alongside episodes from the Pathfinders series, an episode from Armchair Theatre with an accompanying Channel 4 documentary from 1987, an edition of The Wednesday Play, “And Did Those Feet” starring Patrick Troughton, and a pair of episodes from Newman’s other flagship creations, The Avengers and Adam Adamant Lives!"


BFI presents Sydney Newman Sci-fi: Doctor Who + Pathfinders
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BFI releases March 2018
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Old 13th December 2017, 11:55 AM
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Classic Films Direct have the Flipside releases of Joanna for £3.99

Joanna 1968 (Dual Format) | Classic Films Direct

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Not strictly relevant to BFI, but they have posted a list of The best Blu-rays (and DVDs) of 2017 as chosen by Sight & Sound contributors.
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"Crafted from the treasure trove that is the BFI National Archive, Queerama travels through a century of gay experience, encompassing persecution and prosecution, injustice, love and desire, identity, secrets, forbidden encounters, sexual liberation and pride. Following numerous festival screenings and a TV broadcast in BBC Four’s Storyville strand, Queerama is released on DVD by the BFI on 26 March.

Weaving in the lyrics and music of John Grant, Goldfrapp, and Hercules and Love Affair, director Daisy Asquith guides us intimately through the relationships, desires, fears and expressions of gay men and women against the backdrop of a century of incredible change.

Queerama offers a wealth of unknown newsreel and amateur film, alongside the sub-textual references scattered throughout 20th century cinema, the sexual liberation of the early 21st century queer and transgender scene, and the gay parenting and marriage campaigns of recent years."


Extras include:
- Daisy Asquith Q&A (2017, 8 mins): director Daisy Asquith in conversation with the BFI’s Simon McCallum
- This Week: Homosexuals (James Butler, 1964, 23 mins)
- This Week: Lesbians (John Phillips, 1965, 26 mins)
- Ballad of Reading Gaol (Richard Kwietniowski, 1988, 11 mins)
- Rosebud (Cheryl Farthing, 1991, 14 mins)
- Illustrated booklet with full film credits and essays by Daisy Asquith, Simon McCallum, Lucy Robinson, Selena Robertson, Alex Davidson and So Mayer

Pre-order available at Amazon UK - DVD £19.99

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