To celebrate the release of Bill Forsyth’s That Sinking Feeling on 21 April, we’ve got a copy of the DVD/Blu-ray, a limited edition That Sinking Feeling tea towel and a set of BFI Flipside postcards to give away.
Bill Forsyth’s first feature film is finally getting the treatment it deserves, with a brand new High Definition transfer of the film including the original soundtrack (which was replaced on the previous DVD release) and a number of special features, including:
- New audio commentary with Bill Forsyth and Mark Kermode
- New interview with actor Robert Buchanan (2014, 14 mins)
- KH-4 (John Schorstein, 1969, 13 mins): a young artist (Forsyth) struggles to seek inspiration from a slowly crumbling cityscape
- Mirror (John Schorstein, 1970, 33 mins): a young writer (Forsyth) searches the streets of Glasgow for his missing girlfriend
- Glasgow 1980 (Oscar Marzaroli, 1971, 30 mins): documentary, edited by Bill Forsyth, promoting the proposed development of Glasgow in the 1970s
- Islands of the West (Bill Forsyth, 1972, 30 mins): promoting the scenic beauty of the Scottish Hebrides
- Optional alternative dubbed dialogue track
- Illustrated booklet with new essays and credits.
To be in with a chance of winning a copy of the DVD/Blu-ray, along with a set of exclusive BFI Flipside postcards and a limited edition tea towel, just answer the following question in the comments section below before 5pm on Thursday 17 April:
Who directed That Sinking Feeling?
A. Bill Forsyth
B. Bruce Forsyth
C. Forsyth Hardy
That Sinking Feeling can also be pre-ordered from Amazon.