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BFI Southbank

A four-screen cinema venue showing a huge selection of classic and contemporary films each year, with new and re-releases, film seasons, and director and actor retrospectives.

Showing now

  • The Graduate

    The Graduate

    Dustin Hoffman plays a young man who’s led astray by the seductive Mrs Robinson, mother of the girl he loves.
    Until 6 July

All events

Events and previews

Your chance to catch the latest releases, and hear from film and TV personalities.

 

All film & TV seasons

Film and TV seasons

Carefully curated collections of film and TV by genre, theme, actor or director.

All film releases

Film releases

The latest cinema releases and key classics – many newly restored.

  • Stockholm My Love

    Stockholm My Love

    This superb film, a cross between documentary and fiction, stars Neneh Cherry as a troubled woman who takes a walk through the city.
    Until 30 June

  • The Graduate

    The Graduate

    Dustin Hoffman plays a young man who’s led astray by the seductive Mrs Robinson, mother of the girl he loves.
    Until 6 July

  • The Tree of Wooden Clogs

    The Tree of Wooden Clogs

    This Palme d’or-winner, about the hardships faced by peasants in late 19th-century Lombardy, is a masterpiece of neorealism.
    Opens 7 July

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More about BFI Southbank

Your visit

  • Food and drink

    Food and drink

    Two great places to lounge, eat and drink when you visit.

  • BFI Shop

    BFI Shop

    Film and TV-related books, DVDs and gifts at BFI Southbank and online.

  • The BFI Reuben Library

    The BFI Reuben Library

    We provide free access to a huge collection of books, journals and documents about the world of film and television.

  • BFI Mediatheque

    BFI Mediatheque

    At BFI Southbank’s Mediatheque you can explore the riches of the BFI National Archive, for free.


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