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Big screen classics

The timeless films we urge you to see.

Tickets for these screenings are only £8

December

  • Apocalypse Now: Final Cut

    Apocalypse Now: Final Cut

    Coppola’s transposition of Conrad’s Heart of Darkness to war-torn Vietnam revels in hallucinatory spectacle.

  • The Philadelphia Story

    The Philadelphia Story

    George Cukor’s evergreen comedy set at a society wedding has Hepburn, Grant and Stewart all on top form.

  • The Deer Hunter

    The Deer Hunter

    An epic account of the effects of the Vietnam war on three Pennsylvanian steelworkers and their loved ones.

  • Tokyo Story

    Tokyo Story

    Ozu’s timeless classic about an elderly couple visiting their grown-up children remains emotionally powerful.

  • Ordet

    Ordet

    Dreyer’s masterpiece explores the tensions arising within a family due to different attitudes to religious faith – and earthly love…

  • After Life

    After Life

    Koreeda’s warm, witty film has the recently deceased searching their memories and finding happiness through film.

  • Black Orpheus

    Black Orpheus

    The myth of Orpheus and Euridice is transposed to Rio during Carnival, with lashings of music, dance, colour and heartfelt emotions.

  • Black Orpheus + intro by broadcaster and writer Kevin Le Gendre

    Black Orpheus + intro by broadcaster and writer Kevin Le Gendre

    The myth of Orpheus and Euridice is transposed to Rio during Carnival, with lashings of music, dance, colour and heartfelt emotions.

  • Rope

    Rope

    Hitchcock’s most experimental film has two murderers audaciously concealing their victim’s corpse at a dinner party.

  • Rope + intro by Geoff Andrew, Programmer-at-large

    Rope + intro by Geoff Andrew, Programmer-at-large

    Hitchcock’s most experimental film has two murderers audaciously concealing their victim’s corpse at a dinner party.

  • The Ladykillers

    The Ladykillers

    This blackest of Ealing comedies features an innocent elderly landlady under threat from a gang of ruthless criminals.

  • The Ladykillers + intro by Mark Duguid, BFI National Archive Curator

    The Ladykillers + intro by Mark Duguid, BFI National Archive Curator

    This blackest of Ealing comedies features an innocent elderly landlady under threat from a gang of ruthless criminals.

  • Goodfellas

    Goodfellas

    Scorsese’s dazzling depiction of organised crime from the 50s to late 70s contains some of his most memorably stylish set-pieces.

  • The Wild Bunch

    The Wild Bunch

    Sam Peckinpah’s famously violent but elegiac western centres on a band of outlaws undone by a changing world.

  • The Leopard

    The Leopard

    This sumptuous, elegant epic looks at the declining fortunes of an aristocratic Sicilian family at the time of Garibaldi.

  • The Magnificent Ambersons

    The Magnificent Ambersons

    Orson Welles’ masterly adaptation, about a well-to-do midwestern family getting its comeuppance in a rapidly industrialising America.

January



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