Future Film, Seniors

BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017

STRANDS 52 FUTURE FILM Screenings and workshops for 16 to 25-year-olds Future Film Recommends: Stephen King Our weekly slots of specially selected screenings to inspire you. This month we explore some of the best Stephen King adaptations. See bfi.org.uk/ futurefilmrec for why we think you’ll love these films, and for details on the discussion. The Shining Sun 3 Sep 17:15 NFT2 (see p19 for synopsis) The Dead Zone + post-screening discussion Tue 5 Sep 18:20 NFT2 (p20) Stand By Me Fri 22 Sep 18:15 NFT2 (p21) Creepshow Sun 17 Sep 20:00 NFT2 (p20) Programmed in collaboration with young filmmakers and film enthusiasts SENIORS Matinees and talks for the over 60s Future Film Labs: Production Future Film Labs offers industry insight, practical masterclasses, professional advice and networking for young emerging filmmakers. Lights, camera, action? Sure, but what else do you need? This month our industry experts make sure you’ll get the most out of your shoot. We wrap up with free networking drinks featuring drop-in scripting, casting and funding surgeries with our partners Euroscript, Young Actors Theatre Management and Livetree. Inspiration awaits! Tickets £6 or bring a friend for £10 Supported by the British Board of Film Classification SAT 2 SEP 12:30-17:00 NFT3 + BLUE ROOM book online at bfi.org.uk FREE INTRO FREE INTRO Seniors’ Free Matinee: All Night Long + intro by film lecturer Nick Scudamore UK 1962. Dir Basil Dearden. With Paul Harris, Patrick McGoohan, Betsy Blair, Richard Attenborough. 91min. Digital. 15 Virtuoso drummer Johnny Cousin tries to persuade singer Delia Lane to join his new jazz band. When she refuses, he ensnares her obsessive husband by insinuating that Delia’s having an affair with the band manager. Othello is transposed to the 1960s Soho jazz scene and the terrific cast includes luminaries such as Dave Brubeck, Charlie Mingus and John Dankworth. Free for over-60s (booking by phone or in person only), otherwise normal matinee price See p10 for a seniors’ matinee of Hotel Salvation + intro, and see p32 for our A Ton of Jazz season MON 4 SEP 14:00 NFT1 Seniors’ Free Screening: Britain on Film: Coast and Sea + intro by Steven Foxon, curator of non-fiction, BFI National Archive UK 1901-1978. Dir various. 88min. Digital. U Take a wonderful cinematic trip around our varied coastline throughout the 20th century in this carefully curated collection of treasures from film archives across the UK, made available to the British public for the first time as part of the BFI’s Britain on Film initiative. Free for over-60s (booking by phone or in person only), otherwise normal matinee price See p10 for a seniors’ matinee of Hotel Salvation + intro MON 11 SEP 11:00 NFT3 Creepshow


BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017
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