News: BFI announces major celebration of award-winning writer/director Mike Leigh this Autumn

The BFI is delighted to announce a major UK-wide celebration of the career of multi-award winning writer/director MIKE LEIGH, one of Britain’s most internationally recognised and critically acclaimed filmmakers working today. From ABIGAIL’S PARTY (1977) and NAKED (1993) to SECRETS & LIES (1996) and ANOTHER YEAR (2010), Leigh’s films are a testament to the power... Continue Reading →

News: BFI and TAPE Collective present new season exploring the nuances of being of mixed heritage

The BFI and T A P E Collective today announce BUT WHERE ARE YOU REALLY FROM? a season of films celebrating filmmakers who redefine, reject and re-establish identity and heritage labels, taking place at BFI Southbank throughout July. To launch this season T A P E Collective will take over the BFI’s online channels for a week, beginning on 28 June; T A P E will curate brand... Continue Reading →

News: BFI Southbank confirms 17 May reopening date and forthcoming programme

The BFI is pleased to announce that BFI Southbank will reopen on 17 May (pending confirmation that restrictions will be relaxed as planned), with a programme celebrating the unadulterated joy of the big screen experience. During the latest lockdown, BFI Southbank’s largest cinema, NFT1, has undergone improvements including a new projector and a new sound system, so that audiences’... Continue Reading →

News: BFI Future Film Festival 2021 announces details of free events programme

The BFI today reveals the events programme for the 14th edition of the BFI Future Film Festival, which will take place online from 18-21 February 2021. Aimed specifically at aspiring filmmakers aged 16-25, the events programme will be available for free, globally, via online platforms includingBFI YouTube. The events programme offers young filmmakers a chance to hear from the best in... Continue Reading →

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