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Programme changes

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

Updated: 21 September 2018

September/October Programme

This is England
Wed 19 Sep 20:30 NFT1; Tue 2 Oct 20:45 NFT1 p24
We will now be screening a Digital print of this film.

Documentary Filmmaking in Six Weeks
Every Wednesday from 19 Sep- 3 Oct then Thursdays from 11-25 Oct
18:30-21:00
The course will be fully supported by our tutors Jane Ray and Jane Mote, award-winning documentary makers and media executives from The Whickers. Smart phone required. Course fee £175 (includes refreshments).
Please note that the last three sessions of this course will be led by tutor Jane Mote and will now take place on a Thursday (not a Wednesday).

Lucky p12
We are pleased to announce additional screenings of this film, as follows:
Fri 21 Sep 20:45 Studio; Sat 22 Sep 15:50, 18:30 and 20:50 Studio; Sun 23 Sep 15:40, 17:45 and 19:50 Studio; Tue 25 Sep 20:50 Studio; Wed 26 Sep 20:50 Studio; Thu 27 Sep 18:40 and 20:50 Studio. Fri 28 Sep 18:40 Studio.

Have a Nice Day!
Fri 21 Sep 18:30 NFT2 p44
This screening will now take place in the Studio and the seating will be unallocated. We apologise for any inconvenience. There will now be an additional screening of the film on Tue 25 Sep 18:30 Studio.

Faces Places
Fri 21 Sep 20:40 NFT2 p14
This screening will now start at the later time of 21:00. We apologise for any inconvenience.

James and the Giant Peach
Sun 23 Sep 13:00 NFT3 p61
We are pleased to advise that this screening is now confirmed.

Poor Cow
Sun 23 Sep 14:00 NFT1 p20
The onstage event with Lesley Sharp that was due to follow this screening is now being rescheduled to take place in a future BFI season. We apologise for any disappointment.

TV Preview: Butterfly + Q&A with actor Alison Steadman, writer Tony Marchant, exec producer Nicola Shindler
Mon 24 Sep 18:15 NFT3 p7
We are delighted to announce that cast member Alison Steadman will be joining the panel.The Q&A will be chaired by Paris Lees. We are sorry that, due to changing work commitments, neither Emmet J Scanlan or Anna Friel are able to attend. We apologise for any disappointment.

Ava & Gabriel: A Love Story + intro
Tue 25 Sep 18:10 NFT3 p31
Unfortunately Gaylene Gould can no longer introduce this screening but we are pleased to announce that June Givanni (from the June Givanni Pan African Film Archive) will now introduce the film. This film will now be screened from a 35mm print.

The Guilty Feminist Live!
Tue 25 Sep 18:30 NFT1 p52
This event will now take place on Fri 28 Sep 20:45 NFT1. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Faces Places
Tue 25 Sep 18:40 Studio p14
This screening will now take place in NFT1.

The Godfather
Thu 27 Sep 14:30 NFT2 (moved from Studio) p17
This matinee is now cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment.

The Godfather
Thu 27 Sep 14:30 Studio p17
This matinee will now take place in NFT2. The seating will remain allocated.

Morvern Callar + Q&A with Lynne Ramsay
Fri 28 Sep 18:00 NFT1 p23
We are sorry to announce that Samantha Morton is now unable to join Lynne Ramsay for the Q&A following this screening. We apologise for any disappointment.

The Unloved
Fri 28 Sep 20:45 NFT1 p23
We are sorry to announce that Samantha Morton is now unable to be present for a Q&A following this screening. We apologise for any disappointment. This screening will now take place in NFT3 and the seating will be unallocated.

Faces Places
Fri 28 Sep 20:40 NFT3 p14
This screening is now cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Preview: Smallfoot
Sat 29 Sep 10:00 NFT1 p61
This film runs 96min and has been given a PG certificate. We will be presenting the 2D version.

Love Story
Sat 29 Sep 18:20 NFT2 p40
Please note the panel discussion featuring Andrea Newman is on Fri 7 Sep following the screening of Choice (p39) and not with this screening as stated in the Guide.

National Lottery Cinema Day
Sun 30 September
Full details

The Rape of Recy Taylor
Tue 2 Oct 18:00 NFT2 p58
We are pleased to announce that this screening will be introduced by Chardine Taylor Stone, Cultural Producer and Activist.
Tickets for this screening are available at the usual African Odyssey price of £6.50.

Bright Star
Wed 3 Oct 18:10 NFT3 p50
We are pleased to announce that this screening will be introduced by Nikki Baughan, film journalist and contributing editor, Screen International.

Screen Epiphany: Emily Beecham introduces Wonderland
Thu 4 Oct 18:10 NFT3 p7
There will now be a recorded introduction to this screening from Emily Beecham as she is no longer able to attend in person due to a change in her work schedule. We apologise for any disappointment.

Brenda + Susan
Sat 6 Oct 15.20 NFT2 p41
We are delighted that the writer Susan Pleat will introduce the screening of her play Brenda (Oranges and Lemons) (TV 1973). The play stars June Brown and was part of a strand of five stories set in London’s docklands. It screens in a double bill with Patricia Hooker’s play Susan from the strand Rooms (ITV 1975).

Strait-Jacket
Sat 6 Oct 17:50 NFT2; Tue 9 Oct 20:45 NFT2 p37
These screenings will now be Digital.

The Long Good Friday + Q&A
Sun 7 Oct 16:30 NFT1 p21
We are pleased to announce that playwright and screenwriter, Barrie Keeffe, and Bob Hoskin's daughter, Rosa Hoskins, will be present for the Q&A after this screening. Due to a change in his work schedule, Steven Knight is no longer able to attend.

The Other Woman + Family Tree
Mon 8 Oct 20.40 NFT2 p41
Unfortunately, it has transpired that Family Tree (Late Night Theatre) will not be available for the season (it survives as audio-only) so will therefore be replaced by Second City Firsts: Shall I See You Now? (BBC 1978 Dir Pedr James. 30min). A Mary O’Mally play (produced by Tara Prem) about a new inmate (Pam St Clement) in an asylum.

Please note this new addition to our programme:
Whose Story?: Working Class Women On Screen

Tue 9 Oct 20:30 BFI Reuben Library
TRT 90min
As we celebrate the working class actors and their performances in British cinema this month, join our special guests to explore depictions of working class women and girls on screen, asking: what makes a working class heroine? How have working class women been portrayed on screen in British cinema, from the explosion of the British New Wave in the 1960s to the present? How have these portrayals both reinforced and challenged stereotypes about working class women? What does seeing a diverse range of working class heroines on screen mean to audiences? Join us for this timely discussion hosted by Sight & Sound's Anna Coatman.
Free to ticket holders of Bend It Like Beckham on Tue 9 Oct 18:15 NFT3 (must be booked via the box office due to limited availability), otherwise £6.50.

October/November Programme

October/November Events
Please note, tickets will be limited to two per booker for the following events:
Jane Fonda in Conversation (p6); Jennifer Saunders in Conversation (p17); Tracey Ullman on Ullman (p17); Jo Brand: The Unvarnished Truth (p18); Coming to America + Q&A (p19); TV Preview: Vic and Bob’s Big Night Out (p9); Doctor Who: Earthshock + Q&A (p62).

Orphėe
Fri 26 Oct 14:30 NFT3 p13
This matinee will now take place in NFT2.

La Nuit fantastique
Sat 27 Oct 13:30 NFT2 p40
To clarify, this screening takes place in NFT2 (not NFT3 as per page 40 of the Guide).

Bringing Up Baby
Mon 29 Oct 20:45 NFT1 p29
This screening will now take place on Tue 30 Oct 20:30 NFT1. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Orphėe
Tue 30 Oct 20:30 NFT1 p13
This screening will now take place in the Studio at 20:50. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Lost Warrior + Q&A
Thu 8 Nov 18:15 NFT3 p61
We will welcome scholars Idil Osman and Hanna Ali plus the director of the Anti-Tribalism Movement, Adam Matan, for a lively Q&A following this introduced screening.

Some Like It Hot
Thu 15 Nov 20:40 NFT2 p14
This screening will now take place in the Studio at 20:45. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Building Closure
Sun 18 Nov
The BFI Southbank will be closed during the day for a private event on Sun 18 Nov until 19:30. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Member Picks: In the Bleak Midwinter
Sun 18 Nov 15:00 NFT3 p11
This screening will now take place on Thu 15 Nov 20:40 NFT2. We apologise for any inconvenience.

9 to 5
Sun 18 Nov 15:20 and 17:40 NFT2 p15
These screenings are now cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment.

The Palm Beach Story
Sun 18 Nov 15:40 NFT1 p30
This screening will now take place in NFT3 at 20:15. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Ace in the Hole
Sun 18 Nov 17:40 NFT1 p58
This screening is now cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment.

Journey to Italy
Sun 18 Nov 20:15 NFT3 p55
This screening will now take place in the Studio at 20:20.

Exit Smiling + She Done Him Wrong
Sun 18 Nov 17:15 NFT3 p24
This double-bill will now take place on Sun 25 Nov 13:00 NFT2. We apologise for any inconvenience. Please note that Exit Smiling runs c80min not c71min.

The Awful Truth
Sun 25 Nov 15:50 NFT2 p30
This film will now start at the slightly later time of 16:00.

Preview: Shoplifters
Mon 19 Nov 20:40 NFT1 p9
This preview will now take place in NFT2.

9 to 5
Mon 19 Nov 20:45 NFT2 p15
This screening will now take place in the Studio.

Nosferatu the Vampyre
Mon 19 Nov 20:50 Studio p55
This screening is now cancelled. We apologise for any disappointment.


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