Leading Italian director, Michelangelo Antonioni, attempted to capture London during the swinging sixties in his first British film, Blow-Up.
If you missed out on this on Record Store Day, you may be surprised to see the Quadrophenia soundtrack green vinyl edition on Amazon.
The film sounds like it might well be a decent offering. And even better, Jawbone has a Paul Weller soundtrack.
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.
Perhaps a little cheesy now, but coffee bar rebellion in the late 1950s was captured for the big screen with both Beat Girl and Expresso Bongo. Both are getting a serious reissue from the BFI very soon.
The problem with not updating the site over the festive season means that there are a few things that get missed. This new film on Paul Weller by Andy Crofts being one of them.
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.