Highlights this month:
- Sonic Cinema presents at the BFI IMAX:- The Chemical Brothers: Don’t Think- A special screening of The Chemical Brothers’ concert film including exclusive new visuals, previously unheard music and an introduction from director Adam Smith
- Federico Fellini's 8/12 extended run- a restored print of Fellni's masterpiece is given and extended run at the BFI.
- Youtube at 10- Talk: A clip-based discussion celebrating the world’s most influential media channel.
- Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay + Q&A with Amélie Ravalec and Travis Collins - a study of the industrial music phenomenon.
Preview: The Tribe - Finally coming to the UK after impressing abroad at festivals, this unique drama is set in a boarding school for the deaf, and has no dialogue.
Main May Seasons at BFI Southbank:
The second part of our tribute to the supreme stylist, featuring the classic thrillers for which he is rightly renowned.
Throughout the Communist era, Poland’s filmmakers presented a remarkably clear-eyed vision of their country.
The humid atmosphere, troubled history and unique character of the Deep South has provided fertile territory for the cinema.
To celebrate the centenary of the Gallipoli Campaign BFI brings you rare early films and features exploring this vast empire.
It’s time to reassess Coward; from consummate musician and cabaret performer to a playwright who broke new and dangerous ground.
The UK’s leading genre festival unwraps its 15th edition at BFI Southbank with another exciting international film selection.
Click here for Regular Strands in May- Member exclusives, African Odysseys, Cult ,Essential Experiments, Projecting the Archive, Family, Flare, Passport to Cinema, Seniors.
Click here for Extended Runs in May- Cry of the City, 8 1/2, Only Angels Have Wings, Long Good Friday, The Third Man, The Misfits, Timbuktu.
Click here for Previews and In Person- The Tribe, Phoenix, Youtube at 10.