Kim Newman's Guide To The Flipside Of British Cinema

  |  Buy to Own: 17/05/2010
  |  94 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC


Respected film critic Kim Newman presents this documentary review of a number of the films featured in the BFI's 'Flipside' series. With the series specialising in showcasing some of the more obscure and hard-to-find examples of British filmmaking over the years, Newman reviews the releases to date, interspersed with clips from the films. Also includes the documentary short 'Carousella' (1966), about a group of striptease artistes, the short travelogue 'Tomorrow Night in London' (1969), and the short story 'A Spy's Wife' (1972), directed by Gerry O'Hara.