Highlights in April:
Passport to Cinema screenings: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, Alexander Nevsky, and The Iron Horse (+Q&As with academics Ian Christie and Kevin Brownlow)
Regular Seasons in April:
Throughout the Communist era, Poland’s filmmakers presented a remarkably clear-eyed vision of their country.
A supreme stylist with a sharp grasp of human psychology, Robert Siodmak is famous for his American thrillers of the 40s.
It’s timely to present a celebration of the creativity and originality of Britain’s new wave of filmmakers.
This is a rich, varied selection of film from a period of intense creativity.
In honour of a prolific TV producer the BFI screens a fine selection of drama, romance and comedy.
Over two days the BFI conducts an own investigation into one of the most fascinating unions of science and art.