What’s coming soon to FilmStruck UK in September 2018?
Staff Reporter | On 29, Aug 2018Reading time: 2 mins
FilmStruck celebrates female filmmakers this month, with a collection of impressive directorial outings by women from around the world.
Here’s what’s coming soon to FilmStruck UK in September 2018:
Chain of Fools – 1st September
Jeff Goldblum, Salma Hayek and Elijah Wood star in this entertaining dark comedy and heist flick.
Hairspray – 1st September
Ricki Lake and Debbie Harry star in one of John Waters’ most accessible films. This retro comedy delivers a nostalgic view of teen culture during 1960s Baltimore.
The Hand – 1st September
Oliver Stone’s early psychological horror gives a surprising take on the genre, featuring a spine-tingling performance from Michael Caine.
September sees FilmStruck unveil a new string of themed collections, each one combining new additions for the month with existing classics in its catalogue. Here’s the rundown of the new seasons you can find on FilmStruck this month, with new arrivals in italics.
Criterion Collection films (1st September)
FilmStruck’s collection of Criterion titles expands with a fresh serving of classics:
My Brilliant Career
Female Filmmakers (28th September)
FilmStruck waves the flag for a string of remarkable women in film, as rising star and indie favourites have broken through to break industry ground.
Mikey and Nicky
Ginger and Rosa
Beaches of Agnes
My Brilliant Career
No Business Like Show Business (7th September)
FilmStruck gathers the best in the biz to celebrate the entertainment industry in all its forms.
Day for Night
Kiss Me Kate
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
The Prince and the Showgirl
Sawdust and Tinsel
Berberian Sound Studio
Waiting for Guffman
Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
Japanese Cinema (14th September)
Akira Kurosawa’s Dreams
Tales of a Golden Geisha
Minbo – or The Centre Art of Japanese Extortion
The Last Dance
A Quiet Life
Woman in Witness Prosecution
Street of Shame
Sansho The Bailiff
The Crucified Lovers
Princess Yang Kwei Fei
A Taxing Woman
T Taxing Woman’s Return
The Life of Oharu
The End of Summer
The Sword of Dom
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