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Programme changes

This page lists changes to the BFI Southbank programme, not represented in the published Guide.

Updated: 17 November 2017

November Programme

The Silence of the Lambs
From Fri 3 Nov p15
This film runs 119min and has been re-classified as a 15 certificate. Please note these additional screenings:
Fri 17 Nov 18:25, 20:50 Studio; Sat 18 Nov 18:10 Studio; Sun 19 Nov 15:20, 20:05 Studio; Mon 20 Nov 18:10 Studio. The screening on Mon 20 Nov 20:35 Studio is now cancelled.

Se7en
Sat 18 Nov 20:40 NFT3 p19
Please note this additional screening of the original silver retention 35mm print.

The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Sat 18 Nov 20:40 NFT3 p13
Please note this screening will now take place in the Studio. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Journey to Italy
Thu 16 Nov 14:30 Studio p60
Please note this additional screening.

Sudden Fear
Thu 16 Nov 18:05 Studio p47
Please note this additional screening.

North by Northwest
Thu 16 Nov 20:20 Studio p14
Please note this additional screening.

Tokyo Story
Fri 17 Nov 18:10 Studio p60
Please note, this screening takes place in NFT3, not the Studio.

Tokyo Story
Sat 18 Nov 15:30 Studio p60
Please note this additional screening.

The Third Man
Sat 18 Nov 15:50 NFT1 p27
Please note this additional screening.

Preview: Blade of the Immortal
Mon 20 Nov 20:30 NFT1 p8
We are pleased to announce that this will be an exclusive 35mm preview.The films runs 141min and has been given an 18 certificate. This screening will now take place in NFT3 and the seating will be unallocated. We apologise for any inconvenience.

We are delighted to announce the following addition to our programme:
Preview: The Disaster Artist + extended intro by director/actor James Franco and actor Dave Franco
Mon 20 Nov 20:30 NFT1
USA 2017. Dir James Franco. With James Franco, Alison Brie, Dave Franco, Kristen Bell, Tommy Wiseau, Zac Efron, Zoey Deutch. 104min. Digital. 15. Courtesy of Warner Brothers Entertainment UK
Based on the tell-all bestseller by Greg Sestero about the making of cult-classic The Room, director James Franco (As I Lay Dying, Child of God) transforms the tragicomic true-story of an aspiring filmmaker and infamous Hollywood outsider Tommy Wiseau into a poignant portrait of friendship, artistic expressions and the pursuit of dreams.
Tickets £15, concs £12 (Members pay £2 less) on sale to BFI Champions Fri 17 Nov 11:30, BFI Members, Fri 17 Nov 12:30 and to the public from Sat 18 Nov 12:30.

The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Mon 20 Nov 20:45 NFT3 p13
This screening will now take place in the Studio and the seating will be unallocated. We apologise for any inconvenience.

The Silence of the Lambs
Mon 20 Nov 20:35 Studio p15
This screening is now cancelled.

Cat People + Curse of the Cat People
Tue 21 Nov 20:15 NFT3 p59
The 35mm print of Cat People has been damaged. We will therefore screen from Blu-ray. Curse of the Cat People will still screen on 35mm.

We are delighted to announce the following preview and welcome Michael Haneke back to the BFI Southbank:
Preview: Happy End + Q&A with Michael Haneke
Wed 22 Nov 17:45 NFT1
France-Austria-Germany 2017. Dir Michael Haneke. With Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Mathieu Kassovitz. 108min. Digital. EST. 15. Courtesy of Curzon Artificial Eye.
In this brilliant, sometimes slyly satirical gem, Michael Haneke ingeniously reworks and updates the themes of his earlier films.
Happy End focuses on a Calais family seemingly blind to the unfortunates in the refugee camp across town. Anne (Huppert) oversees their construction business now that her father (Trintignant) can no longer cope. Meanwhile, following his ex-wife’s overdose, Anne’s doctor brother (Kassovitz) is reacquainting himself with his teenage daughter. Wealth notwithstanding, the entire clan seems frustrated or lonely...
Haneke’s dark, sardonic yet quietly compassionate picture of this dysfunctional dynasty is as formally inventive, morally relevant and psychologically astute as ever, the wholly compelling drama leavened by bracing moments of absurdist humour. Formidably intelligent filmmaking. Geoff Andrew, Programmer-at-large.
Tickets £15, concs £12 (BFI Members pay £2 less) on sale to BFI Champions Tue 24 Oct 11:30, BFI Members Tue 24 Oct 12:30 and to the public from Wed 25 Oct 11:30.

The Parallax View
Wed 22 Nov 18:15 NFT1 p28
This screening will now take place in NFT2 at the later time of 20:25. We apologise for any inconvenience.

The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Wed 22 Nov 20:40 NFT2 p13
This will now take place in the Studio at the later time of 20:50. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Tokyo Story
Sat 25 Nov 15:35 Studio p54
Please note this additional screening.

Russian Film Week
22 - 26 Nov p23
The public booking date for the films Spacewalker, Bolshoi and Mathilde has been brought forward to Wed 27 Sep 11:30.

Spacewalker + Q&A with Dimitriy Kiseley
Wed 22 Nov 20:30 NFT1 p23
Please note, this film runs 141min.

Members’ Only Screening: The Nightmare Before Christmas (2D)
Thu 23 Nov 20:30 NFT3
Member booking for this screening opens on Tue 24 Oct - Champions from 11:30, BFI Members from 12:30.

The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Thu 23 Nov 20:30 NFT3 p13
This screening will now take place in the Studio. We apologise for any inconvenience.

In a Lonely Place
From Fri 24 Nov p16
We will now be screening a 35mm print of this film. This necessitates the following changes to the screenings in The Studio (where we can only screen Digital):
Sat 25 Nov 14:10 Studio - this will now take place in NFT1 at the earlier time of 13:40.
Mon 27 Nov 14:30 Studio - this will now take place in NFT3.
Wed 29 Nov 14:30 Studio - this will now take place in NFT2.
Mon 4 Dec 18:40 Studio - this screening is cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment.
Wed 6 Dec 18:40 Studio - this screening is cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment.

Bolshoi + Q&A
Fri 24 Nov 20:30 NFT3 p23
This screening will now take place in NFT1 and the seating will be unallocated. We apologise for any inconvenience.

The Big Heat
Fri 24 Nov 20:45 NFT1 p17
This screening will now take place in NFT3 and the seating will be unallocated. We apologise for any inconvenience.

African Odysseys: Vaya
Sat 25 Nov 18:10 NFT3; Mon 27 Nov 20:30 NFT3 p34
We are pleased to announce that the director Akin Omotoso is travelling from South Africa and will join us to introduce these two screenings.

The Prisoner at 50: In My Mind + Q&A with Chris Rodley
Sat 25 Nov 18.15 NFT1p38
Network Releasing 2017. Dir Chris Rodley.
To clarify, we will be screening a special BFI Southbank edit of this new documentary in which director Chris Rodley looks back at his earlier Prisoner project and revisits the interviews (some never before screened) with Prisoner creator Patrick McGoohan. Also features contributions from Patrick’s daughter Catherine McGoohan, offering fresh insights into her father’s vision.

The Singing Ringing Tree
Sun 26 Nov 12:30 NFT3 p65
We will be screening the English version of this film.

Mathilde
Sun 26 Nov 20:45 NFT1 p23
We are pleased to announce this additional screening - Tickets on sale from Friday 3 Nov at 12:00 noon.

The Big Heat
Sun 26 Nov 20:40 NFT1 p23
This screening will now take place in NFT3. We apologise for any inconvenience.

The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Sun 26 Nov 20:10 NFT3 p13
This screening is now cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment.

TV Preview: Hard Sun + Q&A
Mon 27 Nov 18:15 NFT1 p10
We are delighted to announce that cast members Jim Sturgess and Agyness Deyn will join writer Neil Cross for the Q&A following this preview.

The Secret State 2017: Conspiracy Thrillers on UK TV
Wed 29 Nov 18:15 NFT3 p39
We are delighted to announce that Jane Featherstone, former Chief Executive of Kudos, where she executive produced some of the most innovative thrillers in the UK including Spooks and multi-award winning Broadchurch (ITV1), will be joining the panel. The director of Utopia, Marc Munden, will also be joining the discussion. Regrettably, due to changing work commitments, Dennis Kelly can no longer attend.

December Programme

One Man’s Madness + Q&A with star and subject of the film Lee Thompson and director Jeff Baynes
Fri 1 Dec 20:45 NFT1 p44
The booking dates for this event have been brought forward, as follows:
BFI Champions from Tue 24 Oct 11:30, BFI Members from Tue 24 Oct 12:30 and to the public from Wed 25 Oct 11:30. Please note, the running time of the film is 80min.

Funday Preview: Ferdinand
Sun 3 Dec 13:00 NFT1 p56
Please note, this screening will be in 3D. The running time is 92min.

The Four Just Men + intro
Sun 3 Dec 16:00 NFT1 p27
This will now start at the later time of 16:20. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Member Picks: Jaws
Sun 3 Dec 17:40 NFT1 p17
This will now start at the later time of 18:10. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Preview: Human Flow
Mon 4 Dec 18:00 NFT2 p6
This preview will now start at the later time of 20:10. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Lift to the Scaffold
Mon 4 Dec 21:00 NFT2 p38
This screening will now take place at the earlier time of 18:10. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Three Days of the Condor
Sun 3 Dec 19:50 NFT3; Fri 15 Dec 18:00 NFT1 p22
We are pleased to advise that these screenings are now confirmed.

TV Preview: Ordeal by Innocence + Q&A
Wed 6 Dec 18:15 NFT1 p8
This preview has been cancelled because the programme is no longer in the BBC schedules. All tickets will be refunded and we apologise for any inconvenience.

Three Days of the Condor
Fri 15 Dec 18:00 NFT1 p22
This screening is now cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment. There will be an additional screening on Mon 18 Dec 20:35 NFT3.

It's a Wonderful Life
Fri 15 Dec 20:30 NFT1 p40
This screening is now cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment. Please see the website for alternative screenings.

Happy End
Fri 15 Dec 14:30 NFT2; 18:40 Studio; 20:40 NFT3 p11
These screenings are cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment. Please see the website for alternative screenings.

Preview: The Magic Flute
Fri 15 Dec 18:00 NFT3 p15
This screening is now cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment. Please see the website for alternative screenings.

A Matter of Life and Death
Fri 15 Dec 18:10 NFT3; 20:45 NFT2 p14
These screenings are cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment. Please see the website for alternative screenings.

Lift to the Scaffold
Fri 15 Dec 20:50 Studio p38
This screening is now cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment. Please see the website for alternative screenings.

Happy End
Sun 17 Dec 19:50 Studio p11
This performance will now start at the later time of 20:20. We apologise for any inconvenience. This film has been given a 15 certificate.

Please note further details of the content of these two sessions:
Missing Believed Wiped Session 1
Sat 16 Dec 12:45 NFT1 p19
Cilla
BBC 1968. Dir Michael Hurll. With Cilla Black, Roy Hudd, The Dudley Moore Trio.
Top line up for 60s pop/variety show.
+
Whack-O! : The Empty Cash Box
BBC 1959. Dir Douglas Moodie. With Jimmy Edwards
Following last year’s successful screening we present another of the rediscovered episodes.
+
Till Death Us Do Part: Sex Before Marriage
BBC 1967. Dir Denis Main Wilson. With Warren Mitchell, Una Stubbs.
Another valuable recovery from the famous (and controversial) sitcom.

Missing Believed Wiped Session 2
Sat 16 Dec 15:00 NFT1 p19
Second City Firsts: Thwum
BBC 1975. Dir Pedr James. With Pete Poselthwaite
An almost complete (2 minutes missing) copy of a sci-fi themed episode from the BBC anthology series, recovered from a domestic video recording kept by director Pedr James who will introduce the piece and reveal the fascinating story behind the production and its survival.
+
Late Night Horror: The Corpse Can’t Play
BBC 1968. Dir Paddy Russell.
Only surviving episode from the BBC’s spine-tingling anthology series of atmospheric chillers. Screened here courtesy of our colleagues from Kaleidoscope.
+
Clips from other recently recovered programmes.


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