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Series: BFI Modern Classics

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The 'Three Colours' Trilogy [BFI Modern Classics] by Geoff Andrew
10 [BFI Modern Classics] by Geoff Andrews
Amores Perros (BFI Modern Classics) by Paul Julian Smith
Blade Runner by Scott Bukatman
Blue Velvet [BFI Modern Classics] by Michael Atkinson
Bombay (BFI Film Classics) by Lalitha Gopalan
Caravaggio (BFI Modern Classics) by Leo Bersani
A City of Sadness by Berenice Reynaud
Crash (BFI Modern Classics) by Iain Sinclair
The Crying Game (Bfi Modern Classics) by Jane Giles
Dead Man [BFI Modern Classics] by Jonathan Rosenbaum
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge ("The Brave-Hearted Will Take the Bride") by Anupama Chopra
Do the Right Thing [BFI Modern Classics] by Ed Guerrero
Don't Look Now (BFI Modern Classics) by Mark Sanderson
Easy Rider (Bfi Modern Classics) by Lee Hill
The Exorcist [BFI Modern Classics] by Mark Kermode
Eyes Wide Shut by Michel Chion
Groundhog Day (BFI Modern Classics) by Ryan Gilbey
Heat [BFI Modern Classics] by Nick James
The Idiots (BFI Modern Classics) by John Rockwell
Independence Day (Bfi Modern Classics) by Michael Rogin
Jaws [BFI Modern Classics] by Antonia Quirke
L'Argent [BFI Modern Classics] by Kent Jones
L.A. Confidential (BFI Modern Classics) by Manohla Dargis
Last Tango in Paris (BFI Modern Classics) by David Thompson
The Matrix (BFI Modern Classics) by Joshua Clover
Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht [BFI Modern Classics] by S. S. Prawer
Once Upon a Time in America (BFI Film Classics) by Adrian Martin
Pulp Fiction [BFI Modern Classics] by Dana Polan
The Right Stuff (BFI Modern Classics) by Tom Charity
Salò or The Hundred and Twenty Days of Sodom (Bfi Modern Classics Distributed for the British Film Institute) by Gary Indiana
Se7en (BFI Modern Classics) by Richard Dyer
The Shawshank Redemption (BFI Film Classics) by Mark Kermode
The Silence of the Lambs (BFI Modern Classics) by Yvonne Tasker
The Silence of the Lambs (BFI Modern Classics) by Yvonne Tasker (2002-03-29) by Yvonne Tasker
The Terminator (BFI Modern Classics) by Sean French
Thelma and Louise (BFI Modern Classics) by Marita Sturken
The Thin Red Line [BFI Film Classics] by Michel Chion
The Thing (BFI Modern Classics) by Anne Billson
Titanic (BFI Modern Classics) by David M. Lubin
Trainspotting (BFI Modern Classics) by Murray Smith
Unforgiven (BFI Modern Classics) by Edward Buscombe
The Usual Suspects (BFI Modern Classics) by Ernest Larson
The Wings of the Dove (BFI Modern Classics) by Robin Wood
Withnail & I (BFI Modern Classics) by Kevin Jackson
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Bfi Modern Classics) by Peter William Evans
WR - Mysteries of the Organism (BFI Modern Classics) by Raymond Durgnat

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Series description

British Film Institute series. See also: BFI Film Classics.

Lib of Congress series record: http://lccn.loc.gov/no97002316

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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