Guide to the Flipside of British Cinema (2010)

Directed by: Jake West

Stars: Kim Newman

Language: English

Country: Uk | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Dvdrip

Also known as: Kim Newman’s Guide to the Flipside of British Cinema

DescriptionRespected 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.


570MB | 36:34mins | 1024×574 | mkv

==========Full Dvd included 3 shorts films==========

Carousella (1966) | imdb | preview
25min short documentary about Soho strippers which was banned on its first release by the British Board of Censors as head scissor man at the time John Trevelyan believed it was far too positive in its portrayal of the exotic dancers and feared it would serve as a recruitment film for the stripping scene

The Spy’s Wife (1972) | imdb | preview
26min The Spy’s Wife is an offbeat and down at heel view of the secret agent’s life. It’s a slight but entertaining little tale with a cheeky twist end

Tomorrow Night In London (1969) | imdb | preview
5min film showcasing the delights of Swinging ‘60s London produced by the British Travel Board to promote tourism

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3 Responses to Guide to the Flipside of British Cinema (2010)

  1. She Wolf says:

    Thank you!

  2. stack says:

    Many thanks for the Flipside title.

  3. ZAxploitation says:

    Oh wow, thanks RL!

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