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Les Enfants Du Paradis

Voted ‘The best French film ever made’ by the French Film Academy, this stunningly restored edition of Les Enfants du Paradis is a sumptuous cinematic treat.

The Monk DVD

By – Erykah Brackenbury – Penned in 1796, The Monk created a huge scandal when published by future MP Matthew Lewis


Dexter Fletcher's Directing Tips 2

In celebration of the DVD and Blu-ray release of Dexter Fletcher’s rip-roaring directorial debut Wild Bill, FilmJuice was invited to an exclusive directing workshop. In this second part of a two-part feature, filmmaker Peter D ...

Dark Horse

Dark Horse, Todd Solondz’s latest philosophical romp


A Bronx Tale

It’s a tragic truth that Robert De Niro’s rich and enthralling directorial debut A Bronx Tale is one of the lesser seen gangster pictures.

Black Hangar Studios

From the closure of the UK Film Council to the government’s disappointing decision to block the planned expansion of Pinewood Studios back in January, the morale of British filmmakers has taken hit after hit, of late.


The Monk

The Monk is the latest big screen adaptation of

La Grande Illusion

La Grande Illusion, the undisputed masterpiece by pioneering French filmmaker Jean Renoir and looks better now than it ever has thanks to a breathtaking restoration.


Life Is Beautiful

Life Is Beautiful, Roberto Benigni’s 1997 multi-Oscar winning triumph is a timeless modern fairytale.

The Living Wake

The Living Wake is an absurdist comedy of the highest order.