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Beverley

As I’ve mentioned i’m a student but also an actor (when I get work ha). A project I am massively proud of has recently been completed and is about to begin it’s film festival touring journey – which I hope will be a long and fruitful one. 282 more words

London

Montréal's Elektra and Mutek present Digital Quebec at the BFI Southbank, London, 12-13 March 2015

We have long been fans of the city of Montréal. The city’s creative and digital arts economy in its “Cité du Multimédia” district is thriving. As is its music scene – something that is often overlooked in the UK. 492 more words

Music

Introduction to 'Rome Open City' - 9th February at BFI Southbank

Roberto Rossellini’s Rome Open City is the first great epic of Italian Neorealism. Seventy years on, the movement still survives. At any one time a neorealist film is being made somewhere in the world. 149 more words

Mamoun Hassan

'Greek tragedy on the small screen' is revived in Birmingham!

Just as we have brought to a close our fourth and final season of screenings at BFI Southbank, marking the end of a wonderful four years of collaboration on the topics of… 734 more words

Plays

Once in a Lifetime (BBC-WNET, 1988)

The sixth and final screening in our Classics on TV: Great American Playwrights season at BFI Southbank this month is of the fast-paced and sparkling comedy… 1,071 more words

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Rocket to the Moon (Channel 4-PBS, 1986)

The fifth, and penultimate, screening in our Classics on TV: Great American Playwrights season at BFI Southbank this month is of the 1986 Channel 4-PBS production of Clifford Odets’ play… 1,390 more words

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World Theatre: Strange Interlude (BBC, 1958)

STOP PRESS: Strange Interlude is being screened as the second in the Classics on TV: Great American Playwrights season at BFI Southbank in January 2015. 1,643 more words

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