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Jubilee is also out in June.


Jubilee - 40th Anniversary Edition (DVD + Blu-ray)
Directed by Derek Jarman

The mythological past and bleak future converge on the sparse, grey streets of London in this cult classic of the punk era.

Queen Elizabeth 1 and her occult aide Dr John Dee (brilliantly played by Jenny Runacre and Richard O'Brien, respectively) travel into the future, encountering the megalomania of big business as well as gangs of violent, marauding killers.
Director Derek Jarman doesn't spare the shocks while electrifying punk rock numbers are delivered by Jayne County and Adam Ant

Newly available as a Dual Format Edition for the very first time, the film is a 2K remaster from the original camera negatives, and comes bolstered by an extensive array of extras.

Special features:

Presented in High Definition and Standard Definition
A Message from the Temple (1981, 5 mins)
Toyah Wilcox: Being Mad (2014, 8 mins): The singer and actress looks back on her role in Jubilee
Jordan remembers Jubilee (2018): Punk icon Jordan looks back on her friendship with Derek Jarman and the making if Jubilee
Lee Drysdale remembers Jubilee (2018): Derek Jarman's friend and, later collaborator Lee Drysdale recalls his unconventional involvement in the making of Jubilee
Jubilee image gallery
Fully illustrated booklet with writing on the film by Will Fowler, an original review and full film credits
1978 | colour | 106 minutes | 1 x BD50, Region B | 1 x DVD9, Region 2 | Cert 18

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'The film that captured the nihilism of punk like nothing else' --Guardian
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Released April 2nd: 'Derek Jarman Volume One: 1972 -1986 (5-disc Limited Edition Blu-ray box set)'

Amazon UK - £65.73

"Derek Jarman Volume One: 1972 -1986 is a 2018 set by Derek Jarman, consisting of:

In the Shadow of the Sun (1972-1974)
Sebastiane (1976)
Jubilee (1978)
The Tempest (1979)
The Angelic Conversation (1985)
Caravaggio (1986)


UK: Passed an aggregate 18 uncut

Sebastiane is a 1976 UK romance by Paul Humfress and Derek Jarman.
Starring Leonardo Treviglio, Barney James and Neil Kennedy

Sebastiane in the upcoming Derek Jarman Blu-ray box set from the BFI contains the infamous erection footage (BBFC advice states There is a prolonged sex scene, which includes sight of an erect penis. There is also a scene showing a pagan ritual dance, in which men wearing giant fake phalluses appear to ejaculate white fluid over a male dancer's face and body.)

The erection was never officially censored by the BBFC for the film's original theatrical release. As Jarman later said: We hid it!......We shot the film in Academy [the 4x3 screen ratio of older films], but showed it to the censors with a widescreen mask on the projector. Sebastiane's hard-on was hidden below the frame-line, and they passed the film uncut. When we projected it in 4x3, the hard-on was still there!

The shots were, however, matted out from subsequent video releases and TV showings.

Jubilee is a 1978 UK drama by Derek Jarman.
With Jenny Runacre, Nell Campbell and Toyah Willcox

Cut by the BBFC for 1978 cinema release. Uncut on home video, 18 rated until 2001, and then 15 rated from 2014.

By 2017, the script had to be censored for political correctness for a stage version. In the film, a character named Amyl Nitrate used her opening speech to say Hindley instantly became my hero when she was 15. She also said Hindley was a true artist because she knew how to make her desires a reality, and dismissed those who said her crimes were unimaginable because that showed the poverty of your imagination.

Director Chris Goode, who has adapted the script for its stage premiere, said the lines were in the original film to show how punks deliberately wanted to shock society and smash taboos. He initially resisted requests to take out the reference to Hindley but was 'convinced' to do so by a member of the senior artistic leadership of the Royal Exchange.

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Derek Jarman Volume One: 1972-1986 5-disc Limited Edition Blu-ray box set

Jarman's multi-faceted work is inspirational in its fearlessness, yet remains touchingly personal. The dynamism of these features evokes comparison with the bold romanticism of directors like Ken Russell (an early champion) and Michael Powell, as well as artists Paul Nash and John Piper. But Jarman was also a subversive force in film. Beginning with his psychedelic debut feature, In the Shadow of the Sun (1972-1974), then came the provocative Jubilee (1978), the evocative Shakespeare adaptation The Tempest (1979) and The Angelic Conversation (1985), in which he invoked Elizabethan occultist Dr John Dee and explored alchemical imagery, a subject in which he was well versed. In Sebastiane (1976) and Caravaggio (1986) he revived key gay and homo-erotic figures from the past with edgy and unmistakable style.

Derek Jarman's first six feature films have all been newly scanned at 2K from original film elements and are presented in this lavish box set alongside an exciting array of new and archival extras drawn from Jarman's archive of workbooks and papers held in BFI Special Collections. Newly interviewed exclusively for this box set are some of the people who worked on these films; punk legend Jordan, producer and filmmaker Don Boyd, production designer Christopher Hobbs and artist filmmaker John Scarlett-Davis.

Special features
  • All films presented in High Definition for the first time in the UK
  • Sebastiane : A Work in Progress (c.1975): newly remastered from 16mm film elements held by the BFI National Archive, this sadly incomplete early black and white work-print of Sebastiane differs significantly from the finished film. This previously unseen alternate edit assembled in a different order, featuring a different soundtrack was never subtitled or released
  • The Making of Sebastiane (Derek Jarman & Hugh Smith, 1975): previously unseen Super 8 footage shot on location in Sardiniai
  • Jazz Calendar (1968): a rarely screened documentary record of the 1968 ballet by Frederick Ashton, performed by The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House, for which Jarman designed sets and costumes
  • Message from the Temple (1981)
  • TG: Psychic Rally in Heaven (1981)
  • Pirate Tape (WS Burroughs Film) (1982)
  • Toyah Willcox: Being Mad (2014); the singer and actress looks back on her role in Jubilee
  • Jordan remembers Jubilee (2018): punk icon Jordan looks back on her friendship with Derek Jarman and the making of Jubilee
  • Stormy Weather: the Magic Behind The Tempest (2016): Toyah Willcox and Stuart Hopps share their memories of working on Derek Jarman's 1979 production of The Tempest
  • Don Boyd remembers The Tempest (2018): Producer and filmmaker Don Boyd remembers the production, release and critical reception of The Tempest
  • A Meeting of Minds: Christopher Hobbs on collaborating with Derek Jarman (2018): production designer Christopher Hobbs looks back on his long and fruitfully creative friendship with Derek Jarman
  • Fully illustrated 80-page book with new writing on the film, contemporary reviews and full film credits
  • ...plus lots more

UK | 1972-1986 | colour | 515 mins (+ extras) | English language with optional hard-of-hearing subtitles ( Sebastiane is presented in Latin with optional English subtitles) | original aspect ratios | 5 x BD50: 1080p, 24fps | In the Shadow of the Sun / Sebastiane / Jubilee / The Tempest / Caravaggio: : PCM 2.0 mono audio (48kHz/24-bit) | The Angelic Conversation : PCM 2.0 stereo audio (48kHz/24-bit) | Cert 18"

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Ooooh my arthouse senses are tingling ...
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i think Jarman falls more into Artsploitation
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So is Sebastiane the unmatted version I canít see that itís mentioned there? Iím sure it will be. If itís ok to have Clive Barker spinning around in a circle with a hard on for 5 minutes during The Forbidden then Iím sure Jarman is fine lol...
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So is Sebastiane the unmatted version I canít see that itís mentioned there? Iím sure it will be. If itís ok to have Clive Barker spinning around in a circle with a hard on for 5 minutes during The Forbidden then Iím sure Jarman is fine lol...
According to MelonFarmers: "Sebastiane's uncut penis now unhidden for UK Blu-ray release on 26th March 2018"
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After Nymphomaniac surely 'the last taboo' is a thing of a by gone era?
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Released April 2nd: 'Derek Jarman Volume One: 1972 -1986 (5-disc Limited Edition Blu-ray box set)'

Special features
  • All films presented in High Definition for the first time in the UK
  • Sebastiane : A Work in Progress (c.1975): newly remastered from 16mm film elements held by the BFI National Archive, this sadly incomplete early black and white work-print of Sebastiane differs significantly from the finished film. This previously unseen alternate edit assembled in a different order, featuring a different soundtrack was never subtitled or released
  • The Making of Sebastiane (Derek Jarman & Hugh Smith, 1975): previously unseen Super 8 footage shot on location in Sardiniai
  • Jazz Calendar (1968): a rarely screened documentary record of the 1968 ballet by Frederick Ashton, performed by The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House, for which Jarman designed sets and costumes
  • Message from the Temple (1981)
  • TG: Psychic Rally in Heaven (1981)
  • Pirate Tape (WS Burroughs Film) (1982)
  • Toyah Willcox: Being Mad (2014); the singer and actress looks back on her role in Jubilee
  • Jordan remembers Jubilee (2018): punk icon Jordan looks back on her friendship with Derek Jarman and the making of Jubilee
  • Stormy Weather: the Magic Behind The Tempest (2016): Toyah Willcox and Stuart Hopps share their memories of working on Derek Jarman's 1979 production of The Tempest
  • Don Boyd remembers The Tempest (2018): Producer and filmmaker Don Boyd remembers the production, release and critical reception of The Tempest
  • A Meeting of Minds: Christopher Hobbs on collaborating with Derek Jarman (2018): production designer Christopher Hobbs looks back on his long and fruitfully creative friendship with Derek Jarman
  • Fully illustrated 80-page book with new writing on the film, contemporary reviews and full film credits
  • ...plus lots more
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Special features breakdown:

DISC ONE: "Sebastiane" and "In the Shadow of the Sun"

"Jazz Calendar" 1968 short (36:20)
This early black and white short featuring the Royal Ballet featured costumes and set designs by Derek Jarman. There is little in terms of camera movement or cuts as it displays an audience point of view here. There are minor dust and specs on the frame though the image is quite clear. Unfortunately the original music which was the ballet score by Richard Rodney Bennet could not be cleared for this release, and instead uses some contemporary jazz music in replacement.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"Sebastiane: A Work in Progress" previously unseen alternate edit (61:52)
This incomplete work-in-progress edit of the film features a different score, some different transitions, and in black and white. Temp music is present in some scenes while some scenes have no audio at all. It should be noted that there are no English subtitles to accompany this version, which actually was the original intention Jarman had but eventually was pressed to include English subtitles for the theatrical release.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, in Latin LPCM 1.0 with no subtitles

"The Making of Sebastiane" 1975 featurette (23:10)
This on-location featurette shot by Derek Jarman and Hugh Smith has no audio accompaniment. There are some behind the scenes color footage of the shoot, shots of the vast landscape, casual images of the cast in between takes, rehearsals, some special effects shots, and more.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1

"Sloane Square: A Room of One's Own" 1981 short (9:53)
This 1981 abstract short film directed by Derek Jarman and Guy Ford is a collage of images and scenes cut together, with some elements of stop motion and Stan Brakhage, with music provided by Simon Fisher Turner. There is quite a lot of specs and dust on the frame, but most likely part of the source of the Super 8 film.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"John Scarlett-Davis remembers Sebastiane" 2018 interview (6:38)
The actor was not a main actor but one of the extras in the opening scene, though he gives some fascinating background being cast as an extra, seeing the lavish set and absolutely surprised at what was being shot for the production.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

Image Gallery (9 stills)
Stills from the set, production notes, and the poster for "Sebastiane" are presented.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4

DISC TWO: "Jubilee"

"A Message from the Temple" 1981 short (5:15)
This short shot on video by industrial group Psychic TV features Derek Jarman, though his voice is actually that of noted tattoo artist Mr. Sebastian. This was originally available on Psychic TV's first video tape compilation "First Transmissions".
in 1080i 60hz AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, in English LPCM 1.0 with no subtitles

"TG: Psychic Rally in Heaven" 1981 short (8:15)
This early music video shot on Super 8 by Derek Jarman features Throbbing Gristle footage reformed in abstraction to accommodate the pulsating music of the band.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, in English LPCM 1.0 with no subtitles

"Pirate Tape" 1983 short (15:21)
In 1982, Psychic TV's Genesis P-orridge and Derek Jarman accompanied famed writer William S. Burroughs across London for a few days period. Much of the footage and interview sessions were cut up mangled, and spliced together to form this short film, with Burroughs echoing "Boy, school showers and swimming" again and again against the music of Psychic TV.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"Toyah Willcox: Being Mad" 2014 interview (7:33)
This interview features the actress discussing how she met Derek Jarman and how she was given the part of Mad. She also discusses the aspects of her character, about the production, and how she looks at the role in retrospect.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"Jordan remembers Jubilee" 2018 interview (33:08)
The actress gives her thoughts on the making of the film, including reminiscing about the ballet scene and the fire, the punk movement of the time, and much more. With the low budget of the film, she recalls having to bring her own clothes for the production as well as having to do her own hair and make-up.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"Lee Drysdale remembers Jubilee" 2018 interview (16:56)
Writer Lee Drysdale talks about the small production's locations which he shares some interesting anecdotes about breaking and entering in certain places. He certainly talks fast and holds nothing back in this interview.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

Image Gallery (22 stills)
The gallery includes costume designs, stills, and the original film poster for "Jubilee".
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4

DISC THREE: "The Tempest"

"Toyah Willcox on The Tempest" interview (10:24)
In this on stage interview at the BFI Southbank on February 12th 2014, Toyah Willcox talks about how Jarman was adamant on having her play Miranda even though she was not at all into Shakespeare. She discusses also about the sets for the production and her memories of Jarman.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"Stormy Weather: The Magic Behind The Tempest" 2016 featurette (18:15)
This featurette has Toyah Willcox and Stuart Hopps interviewed separately as they talk about working at Stoneleigh Abbey, Jarman's intricate notebook, as well as the lavish dance scene in the finale.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"John Scarlett-Davis remembers The Tempest" 2018 interview (21:33)
In this interview, the actor recalls the production and how in comparison to the previous work he did for Jarman was fairly traditional in set-up. He remembers the very interesting looking sets at Stoneleigh Abbey, the sailors gathered for the finale, and the later critical reception of the film.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"Don Boyd remembers The Tempest" 2018 interview (32:50)
The producer recalls his first meeting with Derek Jarman about bringing projects to fruition, and how it was very unusual that Jarman would bring a short 35 page script that would become "The Tempest". Boyd has many stories to tell including the casting changes, the miniscule budget, the critical praise it received in the UK but fairly negative reviews for the American market.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"A Meeting of Minds: Christopher Hobbs on collaborating with Derek Jarman" 2018 interview (6:29)
Hobbs recalls meeting Derek Jarman in 1970 and the process of doing production design with him throughout the years.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

Image Gallery (31 stills)
A series of on set stills, designs, production notes, 45 single, and film posters for "The Tempest".
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4

UK Trailer (2:46)
The original UK trailer which seems to be from a video source.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, in English LPCM 1.0 with no subtitles

DISC FOUR: "The Angelic Conversation"

"Fragments of Memory: Christopher Hobbs on working with Derek Jarman" 2007 interview (5:35)
In this interview with Hobbs, the production designer talks about Jarman's eye for abstract and experimental visuals that accompanied "The Angelic Conversation".
in 1080i 60hz AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"To the Cliffs: James Mackay on working with Derek Jarman" 2007 interview (10:49)
The producer talks about Jarman's work on Super 8, and how experimenting with film, video, mirrors, projectors, and lighting contributed to the overall look of the finished film.
in 1080i 60hz AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"Derek Jarman: The Films that Never Were" 2018 documentary (64:25)
Derek Jarman had quite of lot of work that went unrealized, even though designs, storyboards, and meticulous research was done for various projects. Christopher Hobbs, Lee Drysdale, and John Scarlett-Davis recall about the Egyptian Pharoah drama "Akhenaten" and the apocalyptic science fiction "Neutron" which was planned to star David Bowie.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

Image Galleries
- "The Angelic Conversation" Image Gallery (18 stills)
- "Neutron" Storyboards (32 stills)
- "Akhenaten" Image Gallery (26 stills)
In these galleries, there are location stills and on set stills for "The Angelic Conversation", stills for the unproduced "Neutron", and storyboards, sketches, concept art for "Akhenaten".
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4

UK Trailer (1:56)
The original BFI trailer is presented, with some specs and dust on the frame.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, in English LPCM 1.0 with no subtitles

DISC FIVE: "Caravaggio"

Audio commentary on "Caravaggio" by Gabriel Beristain
The cinematographer gives a full length commentary on the production, as he talks about the sparse sets, the aesthetic, the technical aspects, the use of colors and filters and much more. There are some dead spots in the commentary, especially in the latter half.
in English Dolby Digital 2.0 with no subtitles

"Caravaggio in Docklands" 1985 featurette (15:18)
This VHS footage was shot by Ron Peck and Mark Ayres, which includes eet construction and the lavish paintings used. There are no interviews but on set sound provided.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"Kind Blasphemy: Nigel Terry on Derek Jarman and Caravaggio" 2007 interview (6:47)
The star of "Caravaggio" remembers meeting Derek Jarman for the first time, as well as memories of the production, with script changes throughout and characters being formed in collaboration rather than Jarman giving directions. The film clips are in 1.85:1 while the interview segment is in 1.33:1.
in 1080i 60hz AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1/1.85:1, in English LPCM 1.0 with no subtitles

"Tilda Swinton on Caravaggio and Derek Jarman" 2007 interview (8:48)
The costar of the film talks about her fairly standard meeting with Jarman for the role, the themes of the characters, and more. Again, the film clips are in 1.85:1 while the interview segment is in 1.33:1.
in 1080i 60hz AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1/1.85:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"Italy of the Memory: Christopher Hobbs on Caravaggio" 2007 interview (8:21)
The production designer discusses that the film was a work in progress for a full seven years before coming to the screen, and how many changes were made along the way.
in 1080i 60hz AVC MPEG-4, in 1.33:1/1.85:1, in English LPCM 1.0 with no subtitles

"Dexter Fletcher on Caravaggio" 2014 interview (10:00)
In this on stage session at the BFI Southbank on February 25th, 2014, Fletcher talks about being 19 years old and meeting Derek Jarman, working on the film and about the talented actors involved.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

"Christopher Hobbs remembers Caravaggio" 2018 interview (6:23)
Hobbs is re-interviewed here and talks again about the storyboards being worked and reworked for seven years before funding could be secured.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.78:1, in English LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

Derek Jarman interviewed by Derek Malcolm (1986, audio only, alternate audio track over the film) (58:28)
In this post screening Q&A, Jarman discusses how he became interested in Caravaggio's work, including homosexuality, incorporating fiction for artistic purposes rather than historic. He also discusses other projects, what he thinks of cinema in general as well as other directors he appreciates. The audio on this is frankly very bad, with muffled sounds, microphones being cut on and off, distortion, and sometimes audio dropouts. After the Q&A finishes, the audio reverts back to the film's accompanying soundtrack.
in English Dolby Digital 2.0 with no subtitles

"In the Studio" Caravaggio soundtrack recording sessions (1986, audio only) (64:05)
Running a little over an hour, this is the recording sessions audio, even featuring producer's cues before the tracks play. For this, the image of the main menu can be seen on screen, but for viewers wanting nothing, the "screen off" button will make the screen black while the music still plays.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, Music LPCM 2.0 with no subtitles

Image Galleries
- Carravagio (52 stills)
- Derek Jarman's Notebook (71 stills)
- Caravaggio Storyboards (112 stills)
- Caravaggio Alternate Storyboards (52 stills)
- Caravaggio Production Designs (18 stills)
- Derek Jarman's Notes on Caravaggio (56 stills)
For "Caravaggio" there are extensive sets of on set stills, behind the scenes stills, film posters, plus many storyboards and design stills. In addition there is a gallery for Derek Jarman's notebook, which is sometimes difficult to read due to handwriting as well as Jarman sometimes writing horizontally and something vertically in the notebook. There are also extensive notes written by Jarman on the production.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4

UK Trailer (1:43)
Some specs and dust with washed out colors.
in 1080p AVC MPEG-4, in 1.85:1, in English LPCM 1.0 with no subtitles

http://www.dvdcompare.net/review.php?rid=5233
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Drama based on the play by J.B. Priestley in which an unlikely group of people find themselves in a utopian paradise or their own idea of Hell depending on their backgrounds and their experiences throughout their lives. The cast includes John Clements, Googie Withers, Raymond Huntley and Renee Gadd.
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