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BFI Southbank Guide Dec 2017

Screen Epiphany: Joanne Froggatt introduces Sophie’s Choice USA 1982. Dir Alan J Pakula. With Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline, Peter McNicol. 151min. Digital. 15 Actress Joanne Froggatt (Downton Abbey, Liar) introduces a film that has inspired her. Sophie’s Choice features Meryl Streep in her Oscar®-winning role as Sophie, a Polish immigrant living in New York after WWII. She befriends a young writer and tells her distressing story of life under Nazi occupation – a situation that led to her having to make a heartbreaking, impossible choice. The first ticket is free INTRO These events are exclusive to Members and their guests. Champions and Members can priority book tickets as soon as their priority booking opens and tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Any tickets remaining on the day of the event will be released for public sale. These events are exclusive to BFI Members and their guests. Join today at bfi.org.uk/join @BFI MEMBER EXCLUSIVES MEMBER EXCLUSIVES 17 SUN 3 DEC 17:40 NFT1 TUE 5 DEC 20:15 NFT1 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 Jaws USA 1975. Dir Steven Spielberg. With Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, Robert Shaw, Lorraine Gary. 124min. Digital. 12A A great white shark attack in the shallow waters of a holiday town is the subject of Spielberg’s classic, a film that became as well known for its horror behind-the-scenes as for that in front of the camera. A true suspense classic. ‘I love everything about this film – the storytelling, the cast, the music – and I still jump at the same moments no matter how many times I see it’ F Rodrigo, BFI Member The first ticket is free BFI Screen Epiphanies Following in the footsteps of Lee Child, Kazuo Ishiguro, Dame Joan Collins, Clarke Peters and Baroness Helena Kennedy, a prominent figure from the arts will introduce a screening of a film that has inspired them. bfi.org.uk/members


BFI Southbank Guide Dec 2017
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