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Marc Karlin and Cinema Action 1968-1970

Promotional Material from Cinema Action’s Rocinante – found in the archive.

Last week in the BFI’s Essential Experiments slot, William Fowler presented the work of the filmmaking collective, Cinema Action. 948 more words

Marc Karlin

In Conversation With Judi Dench Promotional Pictures

The BBC/BFI have today released promotional pictures for In Conversation with Judi Dench. The legendary actress recounts her career on stage and screen with director Richard Eyre who directed her in Iris and Notes on a Scandal. 95 more words

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BFI Marilyn Monroe season

Marilyn Monroe season has been declared by by the BFI Southbank. How much love do we have for them now?

In June, the star’s birthday month, they are screening 15 films starring one of Hollywood’s most iconic actresses, including some rarely-screened ones (like… 94 more words

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The Third Man - special event at BFI Southbank 26th June

Mamoun is pleased to have another exploration into Carol Reed’s ‘The Third Man’ as he is introducing a screening of the newly restored 4K print, followed by a Masterclass. 31 more words

Mamoun Hassan

Two tickets for the price of one: the DW Griffith season at BFI Southbank

Last month we previewed the blockbuster DW Griffith taking place at BFI Southbank in June. This week, tickets went on sale! But before you start flashing your debit cards around, Silent London can save you a little cash, with a two-for-one ticket offer. 254 more words

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Introduction to 'Rome Open City'

Mamoun gave an introduction to ‘Rome Open City’ at BFI Southbank in February. We’re presenting this introduction in a new format – one that we feel is more informative and entertaining. 45 more words

Mamoun Hassan

DW Griffith: Cinema’s Greatest Pioneer at BFI Southbank, June 2015

Forgive me if I’m wrong, but it feels like a long time since we saw a solid silent retrospective in this town. No need to bleat about it much longer though, eh, as the BFI has just the thing. 473 more words

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