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BFI Player Classics streaming service coming to Roku and Apple TV May 14

6 May, 2021

The British Film Institute’s BFI Player Classics service will be streamed in the United States starting on May 14. At launch, the service will include a collection of more than 200 films from the UK, or co-produced by British moviemakers. The movies will be selected by BFI experts.

The service’s catalog will include work from groundbreaking and innovative British filmmakers, such as Alfred Hitchcock, Michael Powell, Ken Russell, and Ken Loach.

“BFI Player Classics brings together a collection of British films – the cinematic DNA of the UK – that is essential for anyone who wants to see and understand the best of British film,” said the BFI National Archive’s head curator, Robin Baker, in a release.

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