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Christoper Nolan to curate BFI season

Director Christoper Nolan is curating a special season of films at BFI Southbank to mark the release of his latest, Dunkirk. 252 more words

Films

Christopher Nolan to curate film season at BFI Southbank

Now here’s some very interesting film-loving news, as Mr Christopher Nolan will be curating an upcoming film season at the BFI Southbank in London with movies that have inspired his upcoming WW2 epic… 586 more words

Features

Review: Hot Fuzz 10th Anniversary Screening and Q&A

On Saturday 6th May 2017 I took my dad and sister to a special screening at the BFI Southbank. Hot Fuzz, one of our favourite films, has just had its 10th anniversary, and the BFI and Loco Comedy Film Festival were hosting a special 10th anniversary screening with a Q&A after. 405 more words

Film

Two-for-one special offer on tickets to India on Film at BFI Southbank

The BFI’s mega India on Film season kicks off this month and continues all year. The season culminates (for us early cinephiles at least) in this year’s London Film Festival Archive Gala, which will be the sumptuous silent drama… 287 more words

Silent Film

What's On leaflet

I edit and provide the copy for the bi-monthly What’s On leaflet for the BFI. It’s an accessible, condensed listings guide for visitors to the BFI Southbank and is also stocked in cultural venues across London.

Film

The BFI Southbank Guide

My day job is editing the monthly BFI Southbank Guide (circulation 40k, approx 72 pages). It tells you what’s on, but it also offers introductions to the film seasons – often written by film personalities and journalists – full film synopses and general venue information. 32 more words

Writing

Interview with Director Kelly Reichardt on Certain Women and the Interpretation of Her Films

I sat down with Kelly Reichardt at the BFI Southbank to talk about her latest film, Certain Women. We also discussed how her films are crafted and can be interpreted, and the possibilities of her next projects. 1,812 more words

Film Review