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Eurotika (UK Channel 4 1999)
« on: February 19, 2013, 10:12:01 AM »
Eurotika is a Channel 4 documentary film on European exploitation cinema. During the 1960s and 1970s, European low-budget films went kinky, emerging as a new type of cinema that blended eroticism, surrealism, horror, and over-the-top atmospherics. This series covers European exploitation cinema and sexploitation before the introduction of home video.

I have a vague recollection of this series the first time it was aired, but I recently came across full episodes and what looks like the entire series on youtube.
The first episode covers the films of Jean Rollin. Here's the link, you should be able to find the rest of the series from there if you enjoy the first episode.

Virgins and Vampires takes a look at the life of Jean Rollin, a director best known for his sexy vampire flicks. Through interviews with Rollin, the film reveals a sensitive artist whose work, while reviled in his native France, was acclaimed throughout the United States and Britain.