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BFI Southbank Guide Dec 2017

PREVIEWS @BFI 7 Preview: Brigsby Bear USA 2017. Dir Dave McCary. With Kyle Mooney, Mark Hamill, Jane Adams. 97min. Digital. 15. Courtesy of Sony Pictures Releasing James (Saturday Night Live’s Kyle Mooney) has grown up in a bunker with only his parents and his favourite TV show – about a heroic bear named Brigsby – for company. Turns out, his ‘parents’ were actually his kidnappers, and once liberated WED 6 DEC 20:30 NFT1 James is set adrift in a new world. To cope, he decides to remake his beloved Brigsby show himself. One of the standouts from this year’s London Film Festival, this is a heartfelt comedy with a dark edge. Tickets £15, concs £12 (Members pay £2 less) TV Preview: Hatton Garden + Q&A with screenwriter Jeff Pope, actor Timothy Spall, director Paul Whittington and producer Imogen Cooper ITV 2017. Dir Paul Whittington. With Timothy Spall, Kenneth Cranham, Brían F O’Byrne, Alex Norton, David Hayman. Ep1 46min The ‘most spectacular’ British crime of the decade has been dramatised, in four parts, by acclaimed BAFTA-winning screenwriter Jeff Pope and Terry Winsor. Hatton Garden depicts the audacious jewellery and cash burglary at the heart of London’s diamond district executed by an elderly gang of career criminals MON 4 DEC 18:15 NFT1 across the Easter bank holiday weekend in April 2015. Cannes Film Festival Best Actor award-winner Timothy Spall OBE, Olivier awardwinning actor Kenneth Cranham and Brían F O’Byrne, recently seen in Jeff Pope’s real-life drama Little Boy Blue, play leading roles. See p20 for our Who Can You Trust? season Q&A


BFI Southbank Guide Dec 2017
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