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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.
    Opens 23 June

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.
    Opens 23 June

  • 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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