Kermode, BUG, Projecting the Archive

BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017

STRANDS 46 book online at bfi.org.uk MON 18 SEP 18:20 NFT1 BUG 56 TRT 90min As the music video continues to explore new boundaries of the art form, Team BUG continue their never-ending quest to gather the finest examples for your consumption in the only place fitting for such beautifully crafted specimens: the BFI’s huge screen. Host extraordinaire Adam Buxton presents, with a little help from the internet’s finest minds. Tickets £16.50, concs £13.20 (Members pay £2 less) See p32 for our TV season, A Ton of Jazz WED 20 SEP WED 27 SEP WED 27 SEP 20:45 NFT1 18:30 NFT1 20:45 NFT1 KERMODE LIVE Let’s talk about film... BUG Where music video meets comedy Mark Kermode Live in 3D at the BFI TRT 80min Mark Kermode Live in 3D at the BFI is a monthly conversation between you (the audience) and Mark Kermode, one of the nation’s favourite and most respected film critics. With the occasional help of a surprise guest, Kermode will explore, critique and dissect movies past and present and will reveal his cinematic guilty pleasures. Get involved by tweeting your questions in advance to @KermodeMovie #MK3D. Tickets £16.50, concs £13.20 (Members pay £2 less) PROJECTING THE ARCHIVE Rediscovered British features The Peterville Diamond + intro by Jo Botting, BFI fiction curator UK 1942. Dir Walter Forde. With Anne Crawford, Donald Stewart, Renee Houston, Oliver Wakefield. 85min. 35mm. U This lively crime caper from Walter Forde, one of Britain’s most successful directors of the period, has bags of action, knockabout comedy galore and moves at a sprightly pace with the help of Terence Fisher’s editing. An excellent cast, especially a radiant Anne Crawford as a scheming wife, skilfully navigate the central MON 25 SEP 18:20 NFT1 ‘identical briefcase’ gag, but the show is well and truly stolen by music-hall comedian Oliver Wakefield as the suave jewel thief. + Every Man His Own Housewife UK 1940. 3min. Digital Oliver Wakefield, known as ‘the voice of inexperience,’ explains the benefits of Persil in this stunning Technicolor commercial. INTRO


BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017
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