Silent Cinema, BFI Courses

BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017

STRANDS 48 book online at bfi.org.uk Not for Sale UK 1924. Dir W P Kellino. With Ian Hunter, Mary Odette, Gladys Hamer, Maud Gill. 86min. With live piano accompaniment Ace screenwriter Lydia Hayward’s adorable romance concerns a spoiled young aristocrat cut off by his exasperated father and reduced to living in a Bloomsbury boarding house, run by the impoverished Annie who’s hindered by her SUN 24 SEP 15:00 NFT3 dysfunctional family of tenants. Particularly enjoyable is Mickey Brantford, a sprightly 12-year-old, whose take on Lon Chaney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame has to be seen to be believed. SILENT CINEMA The best international restorations An Introduction to Film Our popular film course returns, led by lecturer Nick Scudamore. Across 10 weeks, through a mixture of presentations, clips, film screenings and lively class discussion, students will be introduced to film culture, film theory and key terminology. EVERY TUE FROM 19 SEP-28 NOV* 18:30-20:30 STUDIO Though there’s no formal assessment, students will be encouraged to develop their own research and will also be introduced to the wider programme and facilities of the BFI Southbank. £120, concs £100 * There’s no session on Tue 10 Oct See p24 for a one-day screenwriters’ course on Stephen King BFI COURSES Evening and weekend courses for adults Vertigo


BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017
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