South Social meets Jewish culture with a screening of Through the Wall (2016), together with live Jewish music and kosher food.
BECTU presents a panel discussion event for Assistants Editors, Apprentice Editors, Trainees and Runners about working in film and television.
Kennington Bioscope presents a rare 35mm screening of Giovanni Pastrone's film Il Fuoco (1916).
Frank Borzage’s masterpiece has been called ‘the most romantic title in the history of cinema’.
Utopia London (2010) is a feature length documentary, directed by Tom Cordell, that explores London’s recent architectural history.
Adored, widely written-about and influential, Nicholas Ray’s directorial debut is an early ‘couple on the run’ genre film.
Kennington Bioscope presents Stark Love, a mixture of melodrama and anthropology, filmed in the Great Smoky Mountains in North Carolina with an amateur cast.
A very rare 35mm screening of a film widely considered to be Bill Forsyth's finest work, followed by a Q&A with editor Michael Ellis a.c.e.
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