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Old 12-26-08, 11:53 PM
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BFI releases for 2009

From Cult Movie Forums:
Jan 19 2009:
Anchoress (Chris Newby, 1993)
Manufacturing Consent (Achbar / Wintonick, 1992) (2-Disc)
The Fan (Preminger, 1949 / w/ Lady Windermere's Fan, 1916 version):

Feb 09 2009:
Pasolini's Trilogy of Life (3-DVD set)
Pasolini's Trilogy of Life (3-Disc Blu-ray set)
Note: The Trilogy of Life consists of The Decameron, The Canterbury Tales and Arabian Nights.

The Gigolos (Richard Bracewell, 2006)
Joy of Sex Education, The (2-DVD set)

Feb 23 2009:
Jeff Keen (3-DVD box set)
Jeff Keen (Blu-ray edition)
GPO Vol 2 - We Live in Two Worlds (2-Disc Boxset)

Mar 09 2009:
Derek (Isaac Julian, 2008)
Of Time and the City (Terence Davies, 2008) (DVD)
Of Time and the City (Terence Davies, 2008) (Blu-ray)

Mar 23 2009:
Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (DVD re-issue)
Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (Blu-ray)
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (DVD re-issue)
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (Blu-ray)
Bodysong (DVD)
Bodysong (Blu-ray)
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Pasolini's Trilogy of Life (3-Disc Blu-ray set)
Note: The Trilogy of Life consists of The Decameron, The Canterbury Tales and Arabian Nights.
The French release has been discussed for sometime now and I assume that this will be a port of some sort. Tati should be arriving as well.

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Of Time and the City is up for pre-order on Amazon.co.uk. The DVD is list price £19.99, the Blu-ray £24.99.
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Originally Posted by pro-bassoonist View Post
Tati should be arriving as well.
You are correct sir! Parade is up for pre-order on Amazon, with a release date of 4/27/09.
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DVD Times' review of The Fan.

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BFI have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of The Joy of Sex Education on 9th February 2009 priced at £19.99 RRP. From the earliest-known example, Whatsoever a Man Soweth (1917), to the comical, but ultimately serious, ’Ave You Got a Male Assistant Please Miss? (1973), this anthology of sixteen key titles preserved in the BFI National Archive takes in almost 60 years of the British sex education film.

Take a journey through the euphemisms, metaphors and diagrams of yore to discover the controversial attitude-changing works of the early 70s. All matters, unmentionable or otherwise, are dealt with here, from WW1 warnings to soldiers of the potential dangers of cavorting with loose women in London’s West End, to puberty pep-talks for girls and scare stories to deter unwanted teenage pregnancies.

Features include:

* English HOH subtitles
* New music scores for Whatsoever a Man Soweth, Any Evening After Work and How to Tell composed by Dave Formula from British post-punk band Magazine
* Illustrated booklet including notes and credits on all of the films alongside new introductory essays by Tim Boon (Chief Curator at the Science Museum, London), Hera Cook (Lecturer in the History of Sexuality at the University of Birmingham) and Katy McGahan (Non-Fiction Curator at the BFI National Archive and programmer of this DVD)
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BFI have announced the UK DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of GAZWRX: The Films of Jeff Keen on 23rd February 2009. Born in 1923 and a soldier in World War Two, artist Jeff Keen – now aged 85 – began making films at the age of 37 when his local art school film society needed things to show. And so began over forty years of unique, imaginative, irrepressible filmmaking that has outlived the various scenes in which it has thrived: the 60s counter-culture, punk and beyond.

GAZWRX: The Films of Jeff Keen features 9 hours of restored and re-mastered titles by this filmmaker on a 4-disc DVD and 3-disc Blu-ray (1xBlu-ray, 2xDVD). RRP on both sets is £34.25. The sets comprise of 45 films and the following extra content:

* Brand new interview with Jeff Keen
* Art Flies Free (2000) – experimental documentary by Ian Helliwell
* Jeff Keen Films (1983) – documentary with interview
* 96-page booklet featuring paintings, drawings and collages by Jeff Keen plus articles by Tony Rayns, Ray Durgnat and Jack Sargeant
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Great news from this thread at the Criterion Forum:
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And I'm delighted to confirm that the Jeff Keen set will indeed be region-free, as will all other BFI Blu-rays where it's not a specific contractual imposition or considered necessary for other strategic business reasons.
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Badass. That's great.
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BFI have announced the UK DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner on 23rd March 2009. Tom Courtenay stars as a defiant teenager rebelling against the system who discovers a talent for cross-country running. This British New Wave film directed by Tony Richardson also stars Michael Redgrave.

The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner is re-issued on DVD (£17.99 RRP) and released on Blu-ray (£22.99 RRP) in new High-Definition transfers, alongside Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (Karel Reisz, 1960).

Features include:

* Original aspect ratio 1.78:1
* Subtitles for the hearing impaired
* Commentary by film historian Robert Murphy, with lead actor Tom Courtenay and writer Alan Sillitoe
* Video essay by cinematographer Walter Lassally
* Momma Don’t Allow (1956), Tony Richardson’s Free Cinema documentary shot by Walter Lassally
* Illustrated booklet including essays and biographies



BFI have announced the UK DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Saturday Night and Sunday Morning on 23rd March 2009. Based on the Alan Sillitoe’s largely autobiographical novel, this British New Wave film directed by Karel Reisz stars Albert Finney, Shirley Anne Field and Rachel Roberts. In the industrial streets and factories of Nottingham, Arthur Seaton (Albert Finney) spends his days at the factory bench, his evenings in the local pubs and his nights in the arms of Brenda, the wife of a fellow factory worker. Irresistibly handsome and brimming with animal vitality, Arthur is anti-authority and unashamedly amoral...

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning is re-issued on DVD (£17.99 RRP) and released on Blu-ray (£22.99 RRP) in new High-Definition transfers, alongside The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (Tony Richardson, 1962).

Features include:

* Original aspect ratio 1.66:1
* Optional subtitles for the hearing impaired
* Commentary by film historian Robert Murphy, with writer Alan Sillitoe and cinematographer Freddie Francis
* New filmed interview with Shirley Anne Field
* Audio interview with Albert Finney
* We Are the Lambeth Boys (1959) – Karel Reisz’s classic Free Cinema documentary
* Illustrated booklet containing essays and biographies


Both Blu-ray discs are coded for Region B.
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From DVD Times:
BFI have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of Of Time and the City on 30th March 2009 priced at £19.99 RRP. Terence Davies’ ode to his native Liverpool is a documentary that combines archival and contemporary footage (shot by Davies) with a rich selection of music, voices, radio clips and the director’s voice-over which interweaves literary quotation with personal reminiscence.

Features include:

* 1.77:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
* Optional HOH subtitles
* The making of Of Time and the City (2009) – in new interviews, Terence Davies and the film’s producers and archive producer discuss the making of the film and the inspirations behind it
* Listen to Britain (Humphrey Jennings, Stuart McAllister, 1942) the classic wartime documentary which helped inspire Of Time and the City, presented with a personal introduction by Terence Davies
* Q&A with Terence Davies at Cambridge Arts Picturehouse
* Original trailer
* Illustrated booklet featuring essays, credits and director biography

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From this thread on the Criterion Forum:
The BFI are releasing Kenneth Anger's "Magick Lantern Cycle" (Fireworks, Scorpio Rising and Lucifer Rising) on both DVD and Blu-Ray on 18th May 2009.
If this is Region B, I'm going to have to buy one of those LG BH200's from Ebay.
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Seventh Heaven and Lucky Star on May 18th. Hopefully Lucky Star will have some worthwhile extras.
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DVD Beaver review of Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner Blu-ray.
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I have both the above and Saturday Night and Sunday Morning on BD, and as good as the 'Loneliness' transfer is, it's bettered, IMHO, by SN&SM. Fantastic.

Amazon.co.uk is also showing Dick Lester's The Bed Sitting Room in both BD and SD from the BFI in May.
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The Blu-rays (Region B, unfortunately) of Pasolini's Trilogy of Life are all available from Amazon, as individual discs only, and with a release date of 4/27/09.
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Pro-B's review of the Jeff Keen set, from blu-ray.com
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Originally Posted by NoirFan View Post
DVD Beaver review of Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner Blu-ray.
That sucks that it's Region Locked. It's like every movie I have a bit of interest in is locked to B. Sure, crap like Hancock and Vantage Point are region free, that shit will play in any Blu-ray player no problem but movies that may never be released domestically like The Red Desert or Brief Encounter are locked.

Suck it, Blu-ray.
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Originally Posted by PopcornTreeCt View Post
That sucks that it's Region Locked. It's like every movie I have a bit of interest in is locked to B. Sure, crap like Hancock and Vantage Point are region free, that shit will play in any Blu-ray player no problem but movies that may never be released domestically like The Red Desert or Brief Encounter are locked.
Yeah, I feel your pain there. It's a real drag that the only region-free player is a used, expensive LG BH200. At least a few of the upcoming BFI Blu-rays, like the Jeff Keen collection, are region free, as are the MoC releases.
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Originally Posted by PopcornTreeCt View Post
That sucks that it's Region Locked. It's like every movie I have a bit of interest in is locked to B. Sure, crap like Hancock and Vantage Point are region free, that shit will play in any Blu-ray player no problem but movies that may never be released domestically like The Red Desert or Brief Encounter are locked.

Suck it, Blu-ray.
Well, feel my Criterion locked-to-Region-A pain...

I've just read on another forum from someone with a Region A only Panasonic, that Brief Encounter (alledgedly locked to RB) actually plays on their player. Odd, but, if you can, worth firming that info up.

BTW, courtesy of the Cultmovies forum, a list of BFI releases for May/June:

18 May 2009:

Central Bazaar (Stephen Dwoskin, 1976): (DVD)

Kenneth Anger's Magick Lantern Cycle: (DVD)

Kenneth Anger's Magick Lantern Cycle: (Blu-ray)

Parade (Jacques Tati, 1974): (DVD)

25 May 2009:

Bed Sitting Room, The (Richard Lester, 1969): (DVD)

Bed Sitting Room, The (Richard Lester, 1969): (Blu-ray)

London in the Raw (Norman Cohen & Arnold L. Miller, 1964): (DVD)

London in the Raw (Norman Cohen & Arnold L. Miller, 1964): (Blu-ray)

Primitive London (Arnold Louis Miller, 1965): (DVD)

Primitive London (Arnold Louis Miller, 1965): (Blu-ray)

8 June 2009:

General Post Office Film Unit Collection Vol.3 - If War Should Come: (DVD)

Partner (Bernardo Bertolucci, 1968): (DVD)

This Filthy Earth (Andrew Kotting, 2001): (DVD)

Valée, La (Barbet Schroeder, 1972): (DVD)
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Valée, La (Barbet Schroeder, 1972): (DVD)
Excellent news, this can only be an improvement on the bare-bones Home Vision disc.
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Specs for Derek:

Derek
A film by Isaac Julien
Written and narrated by Tilda Swinton

Painter, author, gay militant, aids activist and, above all, filmmaker, Derek Jarman was one of Britain’s best-loved and most original artists who touched the lives of everyone he met. Derek is a glorious, yet fitting, remembrance of one of independent film’s greatest treasures.

Derek was lovingly crafted by artist filmmaker Isaac Julien, who assembled a moving collage of rare home movies, film clips and interviews, as well as a cinematic love letter from Academy Award® winner Tilda Swinton written a decade after Jarman’s death.

The film tells the story of Jarman’s life and chronicles everyday England from the 1960s to the early 1990s. It also includes clips of Jarman’s feature-length and Super-8 films. Swinton’s letter serves as the poetic overlay, telling the truth about the life Jarman led and the cultural abyss left by his absence.

Derek has won the following international awards: Grand Jury Prize, Documentary Competition, Seattle International Film Festival; Best Documentary, Milan International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival and Special Teddy, Berlin International Film Festival

Special features
• Filmed introduction by Producer Colin MacCabe (2008, 5 mins)
• The Extended Derek Jarman interview (1991, 69 mins)
• New filmed interview with Isaac Julien (2008, 20 mins)
• Three Super-8mm short films by Derek Jarman: Pirate Tape (W.S. Burroughs Film) (1982,16 mins); TG: Psychic Rally in Heaven (1981, 8 mins); Sloane Square: A Room of One’s Own (1974-6, 9 mins)
• The Attendant (Isaac Julien, 1993, 8 mins)
• The Clearing (Alexis Bistikas, 1994, 7 mins)
• Ostia (Julian Cole, 1987, 26 mins): short film about Pasolini starring Jarman, with optional director’s commentary
• Derek Jarman paintings gallery
• Illustrated booklet with essays by Isaac Julien and B. Ruby Rich; Ossian Ward on Jarman’s paintings; film notes and biographies

Release date: 30 March 2009
RRP: £19.99 / cat. no. BFIVD797 / cert 18
UK / 2008 / colour / 76 mins + 170 mins extra material / original aspect ratio 1.78:1 (16x9)
Optional subtitles for the hearing-impaired
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Specs for Pasolin's Trilogy of Life, courtesy of DVD Times:
BFI have announced the UK DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Trilogy of Life films on 27th April 2009. The BFI presents The Decameron, The Canterbury Tales and Arabian Nights as three individual releases priced at £19.99 RRP each on DVD and £24.99 RRP each on Blu-ray Disc.

Mastered from original negatives and restored in High-Definition, these titles feature new extras including Pasolini's rarely seen Notes for an African Oresetia (1970), extensive deleted footage and a newly-created documentary commissioned by the BFI exploring the relationship between Pasolini and the Italian genre film. All the sets will each contain an illustrated booklet including essays, reviews and director biography.

The Decameron – The first of the Trilogy of Life films, The Decameron tells ten stories based on fourteenth-century originals. Full of bawdy, earthy spirit, the film romps through its tales of sex and death – of lusty nuns and priests, cuckolded husbands, murdered lovers and grave-robbers – with five of the stories linked by the character of an intriguing artist, played by Pasolini himself.

Features include:

* Alternative English-language version
* Original Italian trailer
* Notes for an African Oresetia (1970) – Pasolini’s visual notes for a never-realised feature film


The Canterbury Tales – The second part of the Trilogy of Life is based on the fourteenth-century stories of Geoffrey Chaucer. Plunging with gusto into some of the blackest and bawdiest of the tales, Pasolini celebrates almost every conceivable form of sexual act with a rich, earthy humour. A particular delight is the use of a largely British cast, including Hugh Griffith, Jenny Runacre and Tom Baker, which Pasolini himself takes the part of Chaucer.

Features include:

* Alternative English-language version, presented with English-version inserts
* Original Italian trailer
* Pasolini and the Italian Genre Film (2009) – Exclusive new documentary


Arabian Nights – The final part of Pasolini’s Trilogy of Life series was two years in the making. The locations – Yemen, Ethiopia, Iran and Nepal – form a rich, exotic backdrop to these tales of slaves and kings, potions, betrayals, demons and, most of all, love and lovemaking in all its myriad forms. Engrossing, mysterious, profound and liberating, Arabian Nights is an exquisitely dreamlike, sensuous and adult interpretation of the original folk tales.

Features include:

* Alternative English-language version
* Original trailer
* Deleted sequences


The films are all presented in 1.85:1 Widescreen (anamorphic on DVD, 1080/24 on Blu-ray Disc) with Italian audio and optional English subtitles. The Blu-ray releases are all on dual-layer BD50 discs.
Specs for Nighthawks/Strip Jack Naked, also from DVD Times:
BFI have announced the UK DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Nighthawks / Strip Jack Naked on 30th March 2009. Hugely controversial on its initial release, Nighthawks (Ron Peck and Paul Hallam, 1978) portrays the daily work of a schoolteacher with his documentation of changing urban spaces and nights spent cruising bars and clubs in search of Mr Right.

Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Nighthawks has been restored by the BFI and is presented on newly re-mastered DVD (£22.99 RRP) and Blu-ray (£24.99 RRP) editions as two-disc sets that also include the sequel - Nighthawks II: Strip Jack Naked (Ron Peck, 1991) and numerous extras. For collectors it’s worth pointing out that the extras on the previous DVD releases by Second Run are not included here.

DVD Special Features:

* Its Ugly Head (1974), Ron Peck’s student film
* On Allotments (1976), documentary by Four Corner Films
* Edward Hopper (1981), Ron Peck’s documentary on the artist
* Nighthawks pilot (1977), 16mm film made to interest potential investors and others in the project
* What Can I Do with the Male Nude? (1985), Ron Peck’s video essay on censorship
* The Last Biscuit (2005), a video essay by Paul Hallam and Andrea Luka Zimmerman
* Illustrated booklet with essays, reviews and new pieces by Ron Peck and Paul Hallam


The Blu-ray Disc release offers the same content in a mixture of standard and high definition...

High definition features (with PCM audio):

* Nighthawks (1978), newly transferred from the original negative
* Its Ugly Head (1974)
* On Allotments (1976)
* Edward Hopper (1981)


Standard definition features:

* Strip Jack Naked (1991), from original production video
* Nighthawks pilot (1977)
* What Can I Do with the Male Nude? (1985)
* The Last Biscuit (2005)
* Illustrated booklet


There are also theatrical screenings planned: On Friday 27 March at 20.30, a special London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival screening of Nighthawks will take place at BFI Southbank in the presence of members of the cast and crew, followed by a discussion which will be led by comedian Matt Lucas. The film will also be shown on 28 March in the Studio at BFI Southbank, prior to an extended run there from 9 - 23 April and will be included in the LLGFF on Tour programme which visits more than 40 venues across the UK between April and September.
For collectors it’s worth pointing out that the extras on the previous DVD releases by Second Run are not included here.
This is welcome news, making these definite double dips. Let's just hope the Blu-ray isn't Region B.
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Let's just hope the Blu-ray isn't Region B.
According to the BFI Blu-ray Region Guide from the helpful folks at the Criterion Forum, Nighthawks/Strip Jack Naked is region free!
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DVD Beaver comparison for Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. This was a distressing observation:
The disparity (between the SD and the BD) is so great that I suspect the SD-DVD may be the same transfer as the older out-of-print BFI edition from April 2003.
Curse the world and it's region-locked Blu-ray players!
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I heard a little rumour that the upcoming Oppo bluray disc will have codes to unlock other regions, is that only applicable for standard DVD or (fingers crossed) bluray discs too???
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I heard a little rumour that the upcoming Oppo bluray disc will have codes to unlock other regions, is that only applicable for standard DVD or (fingers crossed) bluray discs too???
Current 'beta' models aren't multi-region for either BD or SD and Oppo continue to deny that production models will be any different; the rumours stem from hope rather than any genuine information. Whatever, you can bet your bottom dollar that any multi-region 'unlock' code will only apply to SD.
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