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BFI Southbank Guide Dec 2017

BXFXIX PLAYER @BFI 51 RENTALS More than 1000 contemporary and popular films from just £2.50 LATEST FILMS Churchill Brian Cox plays the Prime Minister in the hours before D-Day, contemplating the future of his country, his legacy and the demons of past decisions. Beach Rats (from 4 Nov) An aimless teen (Harris Dickinson) tries to navigate life, friendship and his sexuality in Eliza Hittman’s ambitious second feature. Most Beautiful Island (from 1 Dec) A young Spanish woman seeks work and a new life in New York, but lands a role in a mysterious game. England Is Mine (from 4 Dec) The early years of Steven Patrick Morrissey (played by Jack Lowden), on the way to stardom and The Smiths. JEWISH BRITAIN ON FILM: FOUR TO TRY The Battle of Cable Street (1936) Incredible footage of the 1936 clash between Oswald Mosley’s Blackshirts and anti-fascist demonstrators. Mr. Emmanuel (1944) One of the earliest fiction films to depict wartime persecution, this follows an elderly man’s ill-advised journey to Nazi Germany. Vanishing Street (1962) A celebrated Robert Vas documentary, presented with rare outtake material. Autumn in Delamere (1969) A delightful profile of Delamere Forest School in Cheshire, established in 1921 for Jewish children with special educational needs. FREE Explore 7000+ short films and features Explore the Britain on Film map to find stories from local places that mean the world to you. BFI Player also hosts films and features from Britain and beyond, such as collections of newsreels, China on Film, The London Film-makers Co-operative, BFI Film Academy, BFI Future Film Festival and much more. Beach Rats Vanishing Street BFI Members get 15% off all rentals, simply enter your membership number when creating a BFI Player account Most Beautiful Island


BFI Southbank Guide Dec 2017
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