World Cinema has, well, a world of film to offer you. English language films are all well and good but to enjoy the full wealth and variety of cinema you need broad horizons. Here you'll find all our World Cinema films organised by country and region, each with an introduction and recommended DVDs.
Yves Robert, 1990-91
A pairing of Yves Robert's glorious Provencal films...
Claude Sautet, 1960
Highly rated by Jean-Pierre Melville, Robert Bresson and Bertrand Tavernier, and described as the...
Zbynek Brynych, 1963
Zbynek Brynych's award-winning film, Transport from Paradise presents a vivid and...
Milton Rosmer, Gerhard Lamprecht, 1931-35
When young Emil is sent to Berlin by his mother, the money he is carrying to give...
Michael Haneke, 2012
An unflinching and profoundly moving work of cinema from one of the great directors of our time, ...
Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1982
On leave in the Port of Brest, a bisexual sailor (Brad Davis) murders a fellow seaman and visits ...
Åke Lindman, Sakari Kirjavainen, 2007
A historically accurate Finnish war film told through five separate stories, Batt...
Carlos Saura, 1976
A moody, absorbing film, full of repressed passions and simmering unease, Carlos Saura's 1976 fil...
Gilles Bourdos, 2012
A flame-haired teenager captivates the lives of the famous painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir and his ...
Abdellatif Kechiche, 2013
Blue is the Warmest Colour - directed by Abdellatif Kechiche (Couscous) and based...
Emir Kusturica, 1988
A vivd, magical, powerful film from Emir Kusturica, in which a young gypsy with telekinetic power...
Akira Kurosawa, 1962
The films of Akira Kurosawa, one of the cinemas greatest auteurs, have had a pro...