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Al Pacino Retrospective

Some of Pacino’s great roles can now be seen on the big screen again in BFI Southbank’s latest retrospective. This weekend alone you can see Sidney Lumet’s grippingly metaphorical Dog Day Afternoon, Brian De Palma’s flailingly melodramatic Scarface and Hugh

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Derek Jarman films at BFI Southbank

BFI Southbank is showing a two-month celebration of the work of influential writer, director and diarist Derek Jarman — the most complete ever mounted. Queer Pagan Punk: Derek Jarman is at the BFI Southbank, until April 7. >> Read more

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Buster Keaton season at the BFI

BFI Southbank will screen Our Hospitality and Sherlock Jr, and The Navigator — three brilliant examples of world-class film-maker Buster Keaton’s art. A two-month tribute to one of the very greatest filmmakers ever to get behind a camera.  A Serious

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Gothic Season at BFI

Dozens of horrors are on the way for Gothic Season at BFI over the next few months. It’s not for the faint-hearted. >> Read more >> Gothic season at BFI Southbank

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London Film Festival

Films to see apart from the obvious well-heralded selections. A star denotes my specials: Stranger by the Lake (France) We are the Best (Sweden) Abuse of Weakness (France) Ida (Poland, Denmark) Like Father, Like Son (Japan)* The Lunchbox (India)* The

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