1/ The Passion of Joan of Arc (Carl Dreyer 1927)

2/ Scarface (Howard Hawks 1932)

3/ Bride of Frankenstein (James Whale 1935)

4/ Double Indemnity (Billy Wilder 1944)

5/ La Belle et la Bete (Jean Cocteau 1946)

6/ Odd Man Out (Carol Reed 1947)

7/ She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (John Ford 1949)

8/ Shin Heike Monogatari (Kenji Mizoguchi 1955)

9/ Wild Strawberries (Ingmar Bergman 1957)

10/ The World of Apu (Satyajit Ray 1958)

The BFI, which wants to introduce classic films to a wider audience, is running a competition in association with The Independent.

Prizes include: A set of 22 Treasures films currently available on the BFI video label; or five complete sets of the 38 book titles currently available in the BFI Film Classics Treasures series - critical guides to the Treasures; or five one-year NFT memberships, combined with a year's subscription to Sight and Sound magazine.

To win one of the above prizes simply answer the following question. What is the name of the real railway station that David Lean used as the main location in his film Brief Encounter?

Put your name, address, daytime telephone number and answer on a postcard and send it to Angel Cuello, Marketing Department, The Independent, 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5DL. Postcards need to be in by Friday 22 May, when winning entries will be selected.

A full list of the Treasures appears in a special supplement available with the June issue of Sight and Sound out tomorrow.