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More (1969)

I first saw this as a late night channel 4 screening many years back. Fasty forward and More is now out on Blu-ray. Does this Pink Floyd-soundtrack movie still cut the mustard?

More (1969) gets a Blu-ray release

It’s a film that would probably have been long-forgotten but for its soundtrack. However, More has that early Pink Floyd soundtrack (when they were called The Pink Floyd) and is being issued on Blu-ray by the BFI for the first time soon.

The Flipside with Ray Davies

It's not had any publicity so far (compared to the main Meltdown event), but we've just heard that Ray Davies is actually doing his own Flipside event with the BFI, chatting onstage and showing some films. The first of those events is The Meltdown Observer Talk: Ray Davies & Julien […]

Reviewed: Deep End (1970)

An obscure late 60s gem has been restored ready for a cinema screening and a DVD/Blu-ray release – Deep End. It's a 'coming-of-age' comedy set (bizarrely) in a swimming baths, as well as the streets of London at the fag end of the sixties, with Mike (John Moulder-Brown) besotted with […]

Joanna (1968) gets BFI / Flipside release

The second of the releases from BFI and Flipside for April is Joanna, shown last year on the big screen by Flipside and reviewed by us over at Cinedelica when it was on that big screen. 17-year-old Joanna (Genevieve Waite) is cool, stylish, and determined to start a new life […]