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Screen Epiphany: Baroness Helena Kennedy QC introduces If.... UK 1968. Dir Lindsay Anderson. With Malcolm McDowell, David Wood, Richard Warwick. 111min. Digital. 15 Baroness Helena Kennedy, barrister, writer and broadcaster, is one of Britain’s most distinguished lawyers, with a significant career championing civil liberties and promoting human rights. Students and teachers These events are exclusive to Members and their guests. Champions and Members can priority book tickets as soon as their priority booking opens, and your first ticket is free! Tickets are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Any tickets remaining on the day of the event will be released for public sale. MEMBER EXCLUSIVES MEMBER EXCLUSIVES THU 28 SEP 20:40 NFT1 These events are exclusive to BFI Members and their guests. Join today at bfi.org.uk/join are pitted against each other in her Screen Epiphany If...., an anarchic tale of a boarding school where authority starts to be challenged and before long, a full scale rebellion is on the cards. BFI Screen Epiphanies Following in the footsteps of Simon Pegg, Louise Jameson, Toby Jones and Morwenna Banks, a prominent figure from the arts will introduce a screening of a film that has inspired them. bfi.org.uk/members Screen Epiphany: Dame Joan Collins introduces The Fabulous Baker Boys USA 1989. Dir Steve Kloves. With Jeff Bridges, Beau Bridges, Michelle Pfeiffer. 113min. 35mm. 15 Actress, writer and producer Dame Joan Collins introduces a film that has inspired her. The Fabulous Baker Boys focuses on two brothers who are barely making ends meet with their familiar lounge jazz piano act. When they hire a singer and become a trio, everything changes, but as their fortunes take a turn for the better, their relationship is definitely starting to falter. THU 14 SEP 20:20 NFT1 Photo: Hy Money INTRO INTRO 16


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