- 2001: A Space Odyssey, presented in a new digital transfer, is the centrepiece of the Sci-FI Season.
- A Preview of A Theory of Everything, with director James Marsh and writer Anthony McCarten Q&A following the preview screening.
- Destination: Planet Negro! + director Q&A- includes a special introduction from director Kevin Wilmott and panel discussion with curator and writer, Ashley Clark and other special guests to be confirmed.
- The BFI Video Story-Sam Dunn, Head of Video Publishing at the BFI gives an insight into his work.
- John Cleese Introduces At Last the 1948 Show: The seminal ITV comedy sketch series is introduced by its star John Cleese.
- Preview: Ex Machina + Q&A with Director Alex Garland and Scientific Advisor Adam Rutherford- A coder (Domhnall Gleeson) meets a beautiful AI woman at the mansion of an internet billionaire and uncovers his plans for her.
- The Glitterball + director introduction- An alien crash-lands on Earth and has to rely on human help to get home. Director Harley Cokeliss, actors Ben Buckton (Max) and Keith Jayne (Pete)and effects supervisor Brian Johnson will introduce this screening.
Current and forthcoming extended runs:
- 2001: A Space Odyssey: A cinematic milestone, and a huge influence on the development of the sci-fi genre. 28 Nov-Dec 2014
- Duck Soup: This endlessly inventive spoof of war-movie heroics is the greatest Marx Brothers film. 16-29 Jan 2015
- Au revoir les enfants: Louis Malle’s semi-autobiographical film is one of the great movies about the Second World War. 30 Jan-February 2015
- Guys and Dolls: Frank Sinatra and Marlon Brando find out if ‘luck be a lady’ in this colourful musical. 19 Dec 2014-Jan 2015