The BFI announced this morning that they will screen one specially curated classic film for the whole of April. The new edition to the spring season will cost audiences £8 per ticket. Highlighted films include Roman Polanki’s “Chinatown,” Howard Hawks’ “The Big Sleep, the Coen Brothers’ “The Big Lebowski” and Francois Truffaut’s “Jules et Jim.”
The BFI Southbank will also play home to a number of other exciting new sections this spring, including “BFI Presents: Shakespeare on Film,” hosted by Ian McKellan and “World Cinema,” which will showcase international and up and coming filmmakers from Britain.
The announcement is fitting for BFI’s April lineup, since it was previously announced this year that their mission would be to help the masses rediscover and great re-releases this spring, thanks to new 4K restorations.
Click here for more information of the chalk full BFI spring schedule.
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