Families

BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017

BFI FAMILIES Q&A 50 Family-friendly film screenings, activities and workshops FUNDAY WORKSHOP There’ll be lots to keep you and your l ittle ones busy and creative t hi s Sunday, including making rodentthemed stop-motion animations and a craft table for you to get stuck into*. This is a drop-in workshop, free to ticket-holders of Ratburger *No r ats were harme d in the making of this wo rkshop SUN 3 SEP 12:00 FOYER FUNDAY TV PREVIEW: RATBURGER + Q&A WITH DAVID WALLIAMS UK 2017. Dir Matt Lipsey. With Sheridan Smith, David Walliams, Talia Barnett, Mark Benton. 66min. Digital. Courtesy of Sky One and King Bert Zoe lives with her Dad and her evil stepmother Sheila. One night, a cute rat comes into her room and she names h im Ar m itage. But Burt, t he local bu rger man, is intent on mak ing him into a burger and Zoe must stop him before it’s too late. This fifth adaptat ion of one of Walliams’s hugely popular novels features an all-star cast, including the aut hor himself as Burt. David Walliams will be signing books after the screening and the Q&A for ticket holders only, time permitting SUN 3 SEP 14:00 NFT1 WILLOW USA-New Zealand-UK 1988. Dir Ron Howard. With Val Kilmer, Joanne Whalley, Warwick Davis, Jean Marsh. 125min. Digital 4K. PG (adv 6+) Willow might be a humble farmer but he has dreams of becoming a great sorcerer. When he finds an abandoned baby, he takes her in, unaware of a prophecy that suggests she will overthrow the evil Queen Bavmorda – who’ll stop at nothing until the baby is dealt with. George Lucas wrote and produced this family adventure, which is packed with unusual creatures, magic and fantasy; a real treat in 4K on the big screen. SUN 10 SEP 13:00 NFT3 Under 16s £4, adults £8 (Members pay £2 less)


BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017
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