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  • Video: Misbehaviour director Phillipa Lowthorpe and producer Suzanne Mackie

    On International Women’s Day director Phillipa Lowthorpe and producer Suzanne Mackie came to the BFI Southbank to talk about Misbehaviour, their dramatisation of the events at the 1970 Miss World competition.


    Thursday 12 March 2020

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  • Video: Monty Python’s Life of Brian composers André Jacquemin and John Altman

    André Jacquemin, Monty Python sound designer & co-composer of songs such as The Brian Song, and John Altman, Python musical collaborator, arranger/conductor and whistler on Always Look on the Bright Side of Life, talk about writing music for the comedy troupe’s religious satire.


    Tuesday 22 October 2019

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  • Video: Steven Knight and the cast of Peaky Blinders

    The creator and cast of the BBC’s Birmingham-set gangster drama visit the BFI Southbank to tell Ayo Akinwolere all about making the show’s fifth series.


    Thursday 22 August 2019

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  • Video: Cary Grant - From Vaudeville to Hollywood

    Handsome, charming, elegant — Cary Grant was the definitive Hollywood leading man. But the actor, born Archibald Leach in Bristol, took a swerve en route to suave: he started out as a vaudeville performer. Here BFI producer Nic Wassell, aided by voice over artist Romie Faienza, examines how pratfalls, acrobatics and stilt-walking helped Grant climb to the top rung of the Hollywood ladder.


    Thursday 1 August 2019

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  • The director and stars of rural gothic drama Gwen

    Gwen director William McGregor and stars, Eleanor Worthington-Cox and Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, talk about making the film, in which a young woman living on a farm in Snowdonia struggles to cope with her mother’s mysterious illness, her father’s absence and a ruthless mining company encroaching on their land.


    Wednesday 24 July 2019

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  • Video: The curators of the BFI and the BBC's Born Digital project

    Born Digital is the prestigious programme from the BFI and BBC Four, designed to find and support some of the UK’s most exciting new and emerging filmmakers. Drama, documentary and experimental are just some of the genres featured in a series of short films commissioned to mark the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web.


    Friday 15 March 2019

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  • Video: the Sprinter filmmakers on Jamaican film and casting Usain Bolt

    The makers of Sprinter, a sports drama about Jamaica’s next big track-and-field star, talk about the film at the BFI Southbank.


    Thursday 21 February 2019

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  • Video: Deborah Haywood and Joanna Scanlon on Pin Cushion

    Director Deborah Haywood’s debut feature examines the corrosive effect of bullying on a close-knit mother and daughter. Haywood, plus cast members Joanna Scanlon and Chanel Cresswel, visited the BFI Southbank to talk about the film, which is out now on home release.


    Tuesday 2 October 2018

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  • Video: Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively on A Simple Favour

    The stars of A Simple Favour, along with director Paul Feig, visit the BFI Southbank to introduce their Hitchcockian thriller about a parenting vlogger who investigates the dissapearance of her best friend.


    Thursday 20 September 2018

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  • Video: Ben Okri on Souleymane Cissé's Yeelen

    The poet and novelist talks about a work of great beauty and mysticism: Souleymane Cissé’s Yeelen — a story about the fractious relationship between a sorcerer and his son.


    Thursday 19 April 2018

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