Norman Warren’s debut feature film is a fascinating slice of Sixties sex, sin and sensationalism.
Jim McBride’s reworking of the Godard classic was widely dismissed at the time, but can now be seen as an ahead-of-its-time study of pop culture and criminal cool.
Gillo Pontecorvo’s bleak and brutal study of occupation and resistance is a troubling masterpiece, asking questions about the othering of political opponents in war and revolution.
The maverick filmmaker’s extraordinary study of eroticism and gothic horror.
Jess Franco’s take on the popular witchfinder genre of the early 1970s pulls in many of his own obsessions and stylistic ideas, resulting in a film that is very much a unique piece of erotic horror.
Sergei Parajanov’s masterpiece remains one of the finest examples of pure cinema.