(1981) (US) Presented by Park Circus

In a new digital print of John Waters’ cult classic starring Divine and Tab Hunter the film has been given a national re-release complete with ‘Odorama’ scratch n’ sniff cards! For the first time in over thirty years as the director intended.

Formats: 2K DCP from Park Circus. DVD bookings via Filmbankmedia.

Odorama cards currently out of stock!

Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari (1920) (Germany) Presented by Eureka Entertainment

One of the most iconic masterpieces in cinema history, Robert Wiene’s silent stylish slice of German Expressionism about a murderous somnambulist, is presented in a definitive restoration.

Formats: 2K DCP / Blu-ray / DVD from Eureka Films.

Last House on the Left (1972) (US) Presented by Cigarette Burns and Psychotronic Cinema

A rare uncut 35mm print of Wes Craven’s directorial debut, the 1972 horror classic, based on a true incident, banned in the UK on its original release.

Format: 35mm

Venues included The Prince Charles Cinema, Edinburgh Cameo, Hyde Park Picture House, Brighton Duke of Yorks, Glasgow Film Theatre and Showroom Cinema Sheffield.

Sátántangó (1994) (Hungary) Presented by A Nos Amours

Béla Tarr’s epic 7-hour masterpiece about the collapse of a collective farm near the end of the Communist period, shown on a newly restored 35mm print, is an extraordinarily beautiful and haunting film, based on László Krasznahorkai’s novel.

Formats: 35mm (26 reels!)

Venues: ICA London, Hyde Park Picture House Leeds, CCA Glasgow, Tyneside Cinema Newcastle.

Check out Keifer Nyron Taylor’s short films of the print’s journey around the country.

Phase IV (1974) (US) Presented by Electric Sheep Magazine and Strange Attractor

Saul Bass, best-known for his design credits on Hitchcock and Kubrick films, in his only feature film, sees Ants taking over the world in this Sci-Fi classic.


Sidewalk Stories (1989) (US) Presented by Open Cinema and The New Black Film Collective

Charles Lane’s black and white silent comedy, which inspired The Artist is an homage to Chaplin’s The Kid. It follows a street artist and a rescued child in a heartwarming yet realistic examination of homelessness.

Formats: Blu-ray, DVD from Carlotta Films.

Kinetta (2005) (Greece) Presented by Second Run DVD

Released in the UK for first time, the debut film of Dogtooth director Yorgos Lanthimos examines three lost souls from an off-season resort town in a surreal and cryptic style.

Formats: DVD from Second Run DVD.

Daisies (1966) (Czech Republic) Presented by Second Run DVD

Tribute to Věra Chytilová (1929-2014) with newly restored version of her groundbreaking surrealist comedy about two anarchic young girls, banned in her native country for many years.

Formats: 2K DCP / DVD from Second Run DVD.

The Visitor (1979) (Italy) Presented by Arrow Video

An intergalactic tale of a demonic young girl and her pet hawk is “the Mount Everest of insane ‘70s Italian movies” starring Lance Henriksen, Glenn Ford, John Huston and Sam Peckinpah.

Formats: Blu-ray, DVD from Arrow Video.

Nekromantik (1988) (Germany) Presented by Arrow Video

Jörg Buttgereit’s cult x-rated film, a favourite of the original Scala cinema and never released on home video in the UK plunges the viewer into a depraved world of nihilism and necrophilia!

Formats: Blu-ray, DVD from Arrow Video.

The Early Films of Jim Jarmusch: Presented by Soda Pictures

Permanent Vacation (1980), Stranger Than Paradise (1984), Down By Law (1986), Mystery Train (1989), Night on Earth (1991), Dead Man (1995) all new restorations and themed events

Formats: Blu-ray, DVD from Soda Pictures.

The Glitterball (1977) and The Boy Who Turned Yellow (1972) Presented by BFI & the Children’s Film Foundation

Two sci-fi themed favourites from the Children’s Film Foundation’s collection, ideal for audiences of all ages.

Formats: DVD from BFI.

The Last Impresario (2013) (Australia) Presented by Dogwoof

Gracie Otto’s portrait Michael White, enfant terrible of London’s theatre-land and the producer of Polyester, is a star-studded love letter to originality.

Format: DCP, Blu-ray, DVD from Dogwoof.