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17 – 19 April 2020

Join us for the largest and most prestigious television festival in the UK.


The Serpent

Discussion and Q&A with actors Jenna Coleman, Ellie Bamber and Billy Howle, writer Richard Warlow and director Tom Shankland

Jenna Coleman reunites with Victoria makers for this 70s set murder investigation across the ‘hippy trail’ of Southeast Asia.

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Image from The Serpent: Discussion and Q&A with actors Jenna Coleman, Ellie Bamber and Billy Howle, writer Richard Warlow and director Tom Shankland

Photograph: Mammoth Screen / BBC / Roland Neveu

Total runtime 60min

Jenna Coleman reunites with Victoria makers Mammoth Screen for BBC1’s upcoming crime drama The Serpent, inspired by real events. Watch exclusive first-look clips and hear from the cast and creative team, who’ll shed light on the story of the elusive Charles Sobhraj (played by Tahar Rahim) – the killer who was sought on three continents in the mid-70s for the unsolved murders of young western travellers on the ‘hippy trail’ of Southeast Asia.

Tickets £20, concs £16 (BFI Members pay £2 less)

Tickets on sale to BFI Champions and Patrons Mon 2 Mar 11:30, to BFI Members Tue 3 Mar 11:30, Radio Times readers on Wed 4 March 11:30 and to the public Tue 10 Mar 11:30.


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