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The First World War on film: at the BFI and beyond

Anniversaries are bittersweet at the best of times, but this summer marks an especially painful date. It is 100 years since the Battle of the Somme, the largest battle of the first world war, in which more than a million men were killed or injured. 622 more words

Silent Film

Classic Movies - Ran

At a castle set in the mountains, an aged Lord and his small retinue of soldiers and advisers are viciously attacked by armies led by two of his three sons. 983 more words

Reviews

Small, beautiful and potent

Little Elephant is selected as part of official selection for BFI Flare, London LGBT Film Festival 2016 with screenings on Sat 19 and Sun 20 March at BFI Southbank. 205 more words

The Passion of Joan of Arc

My short review published online in One Hundred Words Magazine :-

Amongst the many gems on offer in the BFI Southbank’s complete retrospective of the films of master Danish director Carl Dreyer is this silent masterpiece.

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Discussion on Lindsay Anderson - BFI Southbank - Monday 14th March

Mamoun is pleased to have been invited to join the panel talking about the Film and Theatre Director, Film writer and influential film critic, Lindsay Anderson. 46 more words

Mamoun Hassan

BFI Southbank

The BFI at Southbank is more than just a cinema – it’s an archive and repository for film information, fronted by a reasonable restaurant and containing a second bar-cum-cafe deeper into the complex. 237 more words

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