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    BFI Southbank Belvedere Rd
    London
    SE1 8XT

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The Aviator's Wife

Comedy, drama, romance.

  • Sun Feb 1:

    • 18:20
  • Thu Feb 5:

    • 20:50
  • Sun Feb 1:

    • 16:00
  • Tue Feb 3:

    • 18:20
  • Wed Feb 4:

    • 20:40

Morning Glory

Drama, romance.

  • Thu Feb 5:

    • 20:40
  • Fri Jan 30:

    • 20:50
  • Sat Jan 31:

    • 18:20

Duck Soup

Rating: 5/5

As the world’s media debate the future of satire, it’s an opportune time for the BFI to release the Marx Brothers’s most barbed film, a silly-serious sideswipe against war, politics and the entire concept of heroism. First shown in 1933, as humanity...

  • Mon Jan 26:

    • 18:30
    • 20:30
  • Tue Jan 27:

    • 18:40
    • 20:40
  • Wed Jan 28:

    • 18:40
    • 20:45
  • Thu Jan 29:

    • 18:30
    • 20:40

A Bill of Divorcement

Skilfully canned version of Clemence Dane's terribly dated problem play about a shellshocked WWI veteran (possibly suffering from hereditary insanity) who returns from the asylum after 15 years to find his wife planning divorce and his daughter a str...

  • Sun Feb 1:

    • 16:00
  • Tue Feb 3:

    • 18:20

Christopher Strong

Early Hollywood movies (re)claimed for feminist film history sometimes require complex analysis to explain their relevance, but this teaming of Arzner and Hepburn is absolutely central to an understanding of women's place within classical Hollywood....

  • Wed Feb 4:

    • 20:40

The Green Ray

Rating: 5/5

The late French New Wave pioneer Eric Rohmer shot ‘The Green Ray’ over the summer of 1985, and this deceptively light but enormously inquiring film is now seen as one of his masterpieces, along with 1969’s ‘My Night with Maud’ and 1983’s ‘Pauline at...

  • Tue Feb 3:

    • 20:50

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Orphaned Harry (Radcliffe) is billeted in the suburbs with his cruel aunt and uncle until a blizzard of letters arrives from Hogwarts School offering a chance to study wizardry. He is yet to learn that he bears a famous name in that skill, and that t...

  • Sat Jan 31:

    • 15:10

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