What’s coming soon to BFI Player in March 2023?
James R | On 05, Mar 2023
BFI Player is a gateway to global film, offering a collection of arthouse and world cinema to subscribers, alongside its pay-per-view rental releases and free archive titles and silent movie shorts.
Here’s what’s coming to BFI Player’s subscription service in March 2023:
Anais in Love – 2nd March
A spirited young woman falls in love with the live-in partner of the man with whom she’s having an affair.
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans – 6th March
Bored with his wife (Janet Gaynor), their baby and the dull routine of farm life, a farmer (George O’Brien) falls under the spell of a flirtatious city girl (Margaret Livingston) who convinces him to drown his wife so they can escape together.
Hatching (2022) – 9th March
A young gymnast, who tries desperately to please her demanding mother, discovers a strange egg…
I Don’t Want to Sleep Alone – 9th March
An immigrant from Bangladesh takes pity on a Chinese labourer beaten and left in the street. He brings him home and sleeps next to him, but complications arise when the labourer meets their upstairs neighbour – putting his love to the test.
Big Boys Don’t Cry – 9th March
Paul is forced to recall his harrowing time growing up in a children’s home, when police investigate his boyhood friend’s suicide. Having started to pull his wayward life together, Paul vows to confront those responsible for his shattered childhood and justice for his lost friend.
Blaze – 13th March
Blaze, a young teenager, is the sole witness to a shocking crime. Struggling to make sense of what she saw, she unleashes the wrath of her imaginary dragon.
In from the Side – 13th March
The lives of a London gay rugby team, both on and off the pitch, are explored in this assured feature which reveals the many different games that people play.
Diamantino – 13th March
A fallen soccer superstar vows to adopt a refugee child, while becoming the naive unwitting centerpiece in in a bizarre plot to Make Portugal Great Again.
A BFI Player subscription costs £4.99 a month, with a 14-day free trial.