Lucrecia Martel Seasons Announced
Apr02

Lucrecia Martel Seasons Announced

The BFI and the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) have announced two seasons dedicated to the critically acclaimed Argentine director Lucrecia Martel. 

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BFI Southbank Revamped April Programme
Feb24

BFI Southbank Revamped April Programme

Seasons in April: BFI Presents: Shakespeare on Film, Alan Clarke, Agnieszka Holland, LOCO London Comedy Film Festival

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Marilyn Monroe Season: 15 of her best-loved films on the big screen at BFI Southbank this June
May03

Marilyn Monroe Season: 15 of her best-loved films on the big screen at BFI Southbank this June

Throughout June BFI Southbank will celebrate one of Hollywood’s most iconic actresses, Marilyn Monroe, with a season of 15 of her best-loved films including Some Like it Hot (1959), There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954) and The Misfits (1961), the latter of which will play on extended run. Sex symbol, Hollywood starlet and tragic heroine, the story of Marilyn Monroe has been pored over countless times, often resulting in her...

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DW Griffith season at BFI Southbank this June
May02

DW Griffith season at BFI Southbank this June

Throughout June BFI Southbank will host a month-long season dedicated to DW Griffith; described as the ‘Father of Film’ and the ‘Teacher of Us All’ by Lillian Gish and Charlie Chaplin respectively, Griffith was one of the greatest filmmakers of the silent-era. The season will re-examine his complex legacy, including his most famous film The Birth of a Nation (1915), a three-hour epic which was rightly accused of racism. Also screening...

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