A GOOD DAY TO DIE (E) 2016 £13.99
Film about British war photographer Jason P. Howe, from capturing images of the Colombian conflict between FARC guerrilla fighters as well as photographing front line British troops in Lebanon, Iraq and Afghanistan, before he was banned from the front line by the British Ministry of Defence.
BRIAN WILSON: THE SECOND WAVE – AFTER THE SURF (E) 2017
The film focusing on the career of Brian Wilson from the 1970s onwards.
DRIES (E) 2017 HOLZEMER, REINER £15.99
Documentary about the life and career of Belgian fashion designer Dries van Noten. Rarely in the spotlight he has risen to become one of the titans of the fashion world thanks to his championing of cerebral and eccentric styles.
EUROCRIME! THE ITALIAN COP AND GANGSTER FILMS THAT RULED THE ’70S (18) 2012 MALLOY, MIKE £12.99
Documentary exploring the violent Italian crime films of the 1970s. Actors from the films talk about the infamous productions including the problems they faced due to rushed shooting schedules, dangerous stunts and brutal action sequences. They also share their view of the violence prevalent in Italian society during the decade which the genre of films sought to represent.
EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY: THE ART FILMS OF JAMES SCOTT (15) 1984 £22.99
Collection of films by the multi-talented film-maker and artist James Scott. From experimental art documentaries on key figures of the 1960s to avant-garde political films and an Academy Award-winning short film. The collection includes: ‘Every Picture Tells a Story’ (1984), ‘The Great Ice Cream Robbery’ (1971), ‘Love’s Presentation’ (1966), ‘Living Artists: R B Kitaj’ (1967), ‘Richard Hamilton’ (1969) and ‘Chance, History, Art…’ (1980).
I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (12) 2017 PECK, RAOUL £13.99
US race relations as seen through the eyes of African American writer and social critic James Baldwin. Features interviews with the writer as he discusses the issue of racism in America and influential civil rights leaders such as Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.
PUBLIC INFORMATION FILMS OF THE BRITISH HOME FRONT 1939-1945 (E) £24.99
Ministry of Information films designed to encouraging a greater effort from the Home Front.
RISK (15) 2016 POITRAS, LAURA £15.99
The film examines the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and how he came to be an internationally notorious figure.
THE SEASONS IN QUINCY – FOUR PORTRAITS OF JOHN BERGER (12A) 2016 £15.99
Split into four segments, directed by Bartek Dziadosz, Christopher Roth, Colin MacCabe and Tilda Swinton respectively, the film explores various aspects of Berger’s life.
SHOT! THE PSYCHO-SPIRITUAL MANTRA OF ROCK (TBA) 2016 CLAY, BARNEY £12.99
Film about photographer Mick Rock, who charted the rock and roll legends such as Iggy Pop, Lou Reed and Queen, as well as personal photographer to David Bowie.
WATCHMAKER’S APPRENTICE (E) 2015 ARMSTRONG, DAVID £17.99
Documentary about renowned watchmakers Dr. George Daniels and Roger Smith. The story tells of Dr. George Daniels’ journey from Dickensian poverty to becoming one of the finest watchmakers of his time. His fame led young watchmaker Roger Smith to seek him out, hoping to learn the craft under the guidance of Daniels.
WILLIAMS (15) 2017 MATTHEWS, MORGAN £15.99
Documentary focusing on the Williams Formula One team and its founder Sir Frank Williams.
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