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BFI Southbank Guide Oct-Nov 2017

BFI PLAYER @BFI 71 RENTALS More than 1000 contemporary and popular films from just £2.50 LATEST FILMS Get Out A sharp blend of suspense and social comment from Jordan Peele, earning global acclaim and box office success. Lady Macbeth A young bride (Florence Pugh) starts an affair that will lead to disaster in this brooding first feature from William Oldroyd. The Villainess A sleeper agent awakens when her dark past presents fresh danger. Cue orchestrated mayhem and hints of Nikita, South Korean style. B&B A gay couple revisit the Christian hotelier they sued for discrimination, but their triumph is short-lived. Paul McGann stars in this bloody, subversive thriller. THRILLERS: FOUR TO TRY The Silent House (1929) Secret panels and snake-filled rooms thread through this spooky chiller, directed by Walter Forde. The Riverside Murder (1935) An ingeniously plotted whodunnit that sees Alastair Sim, in his first screen role, try to unmask a killer. Two-faced Killer: A Modern Thriller (1951) An award-winning amateur riff on Jekyll and Hyde, made by a husband and wife team. Crosstrap (1962) Once one of BFI’s Missing Most Wanted: a nihilistic tale of rival gangs feuding with increasing savagery. 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. The Villainess The Silent House BFI Members get 15% off all rentals, simply enter your membership number when creating a BFI Player account Lady Macbeth


BFI Southbank Guide Oct-Nov 2017
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