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MEMBER EXCLUSIVES Screen Epiphany: Michael Smiley introduces Adam & Paul Ireland 2004. Dir Lenny Abrahamson. With Mark O’Halloran, Tom Murphy, Gerry Moore. 85min. 35mm. 15 Actor Michael Smiley (The Lobster, A Field in England, Jawbone) introduces a film that has inspired him. Adam & Paul is a day in the life of two childhood friends in Dublin, both drug addicts. This comic drama follows them committing crimes and doing whatever is needed to score their next fix. Abrahamson followed up Adam & Paul with Frank and Oscar® winner Room. Champions and Members can priority book up to four tickets to these Member exclusives by all methods as soon as their priority booking opens. Tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, and the first ticket is free! These events are exclusive to BFI Members and their guests. Join today at bfi.org.uk/join @BFI MEMBER EXCLUSIVES 11 THU 25 MAY 20:30 NFT3 WED 10 MAY 20:20 NFT1 Champions’ Preview: Churchill UK 2017. Dir Jonathan Teplitzky. With Brian Cox, Miranda Richardson, John Slattery, James Purefoy. 110min. Digital. Cert TBC. Courtesy of Lionsgate A gripping, tightly-scripted thriller focuses on Winston Churchill (Cox) in the run-up to D-Day, as he battles with the overwhelming responsibility of sending the Allied Forces to retake Nazi-occupied Europe. Exhausted and depressed, Churchill is terrified of leaving behind a legacy of carnage, and must face political opponents as well as his own demons. This event is exclusively for Champion Members, who can book up to four paid tickets BFI Screen Epiphanies Following in the footsteps of Kazuo Ishiguro, Louise Jameson, Clarke Peters and Leslie Caron, a prominent figure from the arts will introduce a screening of a film that has inspired them. bfi.org.uk/members Member Picks For a chance to see one of your favourite films on the big screen, share your choice with us at bfi.org.uk/memberpicks Oklahoma! USA 1955 Dir Fred Zinnemann. With Gordon MacRae, Gloria Grahame, Gene Nelson. 147min. Digital 4K. U Friends Laurey and Ado are both caught in love triangles and struggle to know their own hearts before it’s too late. A great chance to enjoy this glorious Rogers and Hammerstein musical, with Agnes de Mille choreography, on the big screen. Suggested by Ray Deahl, BFI Member SUN 7 MAY 15:00 NFT1 INTRO Michael Smiley Adam & Paul


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