Live stream preview

Watch this video and more on BFI Player Classics

Watch this video and more on BFI Player Classics

The Winslow Boy

Stage to Screen , ,

Up Next in Stage to Screen

  • Entertaining Mr Sloane

    Joe Orton’s delicious tale of suburban perversity, in which a lascivious landlady and her gay brother attempt to seduce the titular tenant, who happens to be a psychopath, was first staged in 1964 and adapted for the BBC in 1968. Two years later Douglas Hickox directed this feature film version, ...

  • Loot

    This adaptation of Joe Orton’s extraordinarily funny cross between a farce and a detective story breaks endless taboos. A corpse is bundled into a cupboard and the coffin is filled with money stolen by two likely lads – one of whom dreams of opening a brothel.

  • Sparrows Can't Sing

    Theatre director Joan Littlewood's only feature paints a vivid picture of London's East End and its larger than life characters – so vivid, that it had to be subtitled for American audiences. When Charlie returns from two years at sea he finds his wife (a terrific performance by Barbara Windsor) ...