Leading Italian director, Michelangelo Antonioni, attempted to capture London during the swinging sixties in his first British film, Blow-Up.
Can you believe it is 30 years since this hit the big screen? Well it is – and to celebrate that fact, there is an Absolute Beginners: 30th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray.
A film that has to be seen to be believed is on Talking Pictures TV in the UK this week – What’s Good For The Goose.
It has become the default channel for many people of late and for good reason. Talking Pictures TV shows some wonderful cult and classic films. So it’s hardly surprising to see a screening of Poor Cow this week.
Fans of French new wave cinema might want to put some time aside early next year as the BFI is running Jean-Luc Godard season over three months.
We have talked about it for some time, but seeing it hasn’t been easy so far. That is about to change with another screening of the Steve Marriott short movie Midnight Of My Life in London and the option to download a copy for yourself.
It has been quiet for a time in regard to Midnight Of My Life, but the Steve Marriott short film is finished and about to be unleashed.
If you like to download things, you can get this in a matter of days. If you prefer a physical product, there are still months to wait for Lambert & Stamp.