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Autumn Film in South Bank

September 7th, 2017 | by Matthew Walsh

Autumn Film in South Bank

As the leaves start to fall from the trees, the nights start to slowly draw in, the film world starts to crank up the heat. London hosts its annual Film Festival as the contenders for next years glittering accolades start to premiere across the world. Here on the South Bank, there is plenty to keep you in cinemas right through the season.

  • Stephen King season: Sep-Oct

    With a fresh screen adaptation of his novel It ready to terrify a new audience, what better time to revisit the works of literary sensation, Stephen King. With his books behind some of the most famed screen adaptations of the last three decades BFI Southbank is holding a season to showcase the films he inspired and those that inspired him. Catch haunting classics such as The Shining and Carrie, coming-of-age classic Stand by Me or fan favourite The Shawshank Redemption alongside talks, special intro’s and even a summit about the man himself.

    For more information on BFI Southbank's Stephen King season, click HERE. 

    BFI Southbank
  • Jean-Pierre Melville: Visions of the Underworld: Sep

    A season of films by one of the great exponents of French Cinema mark the centenary of Jean-Pierre Melville at BFI Southbank. The master of Gallic noir took his lead from American films and instilled with some je ne sais quoi to create thrilling tales of tormented heroes and loveable rogues.  

    For more information on Jean-Pierre Melville season at BFI Southbank, click HERE. 

    BFI Southbank
  • A Ton of Jazz: America’s Coolest Generation on British TV – Sep-Oct

    Scanning the archives with an eagerly trained eye, BFI Southbank has unearthed some of the most bee-bopping moments from British television and will showcase the times that jazz legends made their mark on the UK's smaller screens. There’s ‘First Lady of Song’ Ella Fitzgerald, trumpet great Dizzy Gillespie, improvising icon Thelonious Monk, drumming sensation Buddy Rich and singer, actress and activist Lena Horne all captured in their heyday by British TV crews.

    For more information on A Ton of Jazz at BFI Southbank, click HERE. 

    BFI Southbank
  • India on Film – until Dec

    70 years on from India and Pakistan’s independence from Britain a season of films that explore the Partition in one form or another take centre stage in August at the BFI’s Riverside home of cinema. With different religions now wrestling for control over large swathes of the sub-continent, it was an era of uncomfortable division, a period that is reflected in these films that range in style, attitude and date.

    For more information about India on Film at BFI Southbank, click HERE. 

    BFI Southbank
  • It – From 8 Sep

    Who ever said clowns were friendly? Seventeen years ago Tim Curry ensured we would never look at them in the same way with his chilling portrayal of Pennywise in the original adaptation of Steven King’s novel. Now, here to confirm our mistrust, a new version hits our screens with the tale of a town menaced by the disturbing presence of an unforgiving clown who preys on children’s fears.

    For more information about It at BFI IMAX, click HERE. 

    BFI IMAX
  • Kingsman: Golden Circle – From 20 Sep

    After an unlikely entrance into the world of surveillance – with a side of violence thrown in for good measure – Eggsy is back and having to save the world once again. After the Kingsman headquarters are destroyed by a new global menace the team cross the Atlantic and meet with their US counterparts, Statesman. Together they are tasked with tackling the threat in a stylish sequel to the subversive spy send-up.

    For more information about Kingsman: Golden Circle at BFI IMAX, click HERE. 

    BFI IMAX
  • Blade Runner 2049 – From 6 Oct

    Hotly anticipated doesn’t really cover it. The frenzied excitement over the release of the follow-up to Ridley Scott’s landmark sci-fi film has reached unprecedented levels among the many fans of the cult classic. The fact that Dennis Villenueve – director of Sicario and hot on the heels of Oscar-nominated Arriva – is at the helm has only heightened expectations. Add to that a leading role for Ryan Gosling and a returning Harrison Ford and we have a contender for film of the year on our hands. Catch it in all its IMAX glory from 6 October.

    Keep your eyes peeled on the BFI IMAX website for more information and screening dates available soon. 

    BFI IMAX
  • Geostorm

    Crashing into the IMAX to see in the autumn in blockbusting style, a film on a suitably supersized scale contemplates a global climate disaster. When the world becomes increasingly threatened by climate disasters a team of scientists unite to create a system that controls the weather and prevents any such disaster. When the finely tuned machine malfunctions and turns against the planet, it falls in the hands of a select few to save human kind in a thrilling race against time.

    BFI IMAX
  • Thor: Ragnarok – From 24 Oct

    The third in the series of Marvel’s hammer-wielding hero finds Thor on the other side of the universe, imprisoned and without his hammer. On top of that, he’s forced to face off against friend-turned-brainwashed foe, Hulk. Flight of the Conchords and Hunt for the Wilderpeople director, Taika Waititi, adds some well-handled humour to this super-sized comic book creation, crashing into the IMAX from 24 October.

    Keep your eyes peeled on the BFI IMAX website for more information and screening dates available soon. 

    BFI IMAX
  • M Night Shyamalan Retrospective

    Kicking off his directing career with a plot twist to end all plot twists in the acclaimed Sixth Sense, M Night Shyamalan quickly established himself as a filmmaker to watch. Recently finding box office success with the James McAvoy starring thriller, Split, his are films that ensure its audience remain firmly on the edge of their seats. The House of Vans 100 seat cinema offers up a free retrospective of his films, nestling The Village, Signs and Unbreakable alongside his first and most recent outings.

    For more information about M Night Shyamalan season at House of Vans London, click HERE. 

    House Of Vans
  • Little Rippers Film Club

    Looking for an activity for younger family members on the weekend? Well, look no more. The Little Rippers Film Club is back at House of Vans and bringing some fine family films with them. Children can enjoy an hour-long Skate Skool session before heading to the cinema to kick back on a bean bag and take in titles including Hotel Transylvania, Super 8 and The Emperor’s New Groove on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

    For more information about Little Rippers Film Club at House of Vans London, click HERE. 

    House Of Vans
  • Southbank Centre's China Changing Festival

    As part of the China Changing festival on 7 October the Southbank Centre are dedicating a section of programme to film reflections that look at the country in a new way:

    How Mandarin Changed Me: An Animated film invites its audience to a discussion with the animator and pupils behind a short film about the experience and impact of learning Chinese and creating the animated film.

    UFO in Her Eyes is a film by acclaimed filmmaker and author Xialou Guo which looks at a hugely changing China with surreal insight. Set in a poverty-stricken Chinese village it tells a parable of a local woman whose experience of witnessing a UFO triggers a wave of financial attention and tourism to the remote outpost. 

    Around China with a Movie Camera takes us on a filmic journey throughout the history of China accompanied by a live score that fuses Eastern and Western influenced music.

    For more information on all film screenings at Southbank Centre, click HERE. 

    Southbank Centre

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  • 1 - BFI Southbank

    Belvedere Road
    London
    SE1 8XT 

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  • 2 - BFI Southbank

    Belvedere Road
    London
    SE1 8XT 

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  • 3 - BFI Southbank

    Belvedere Road
    London
    SE1 8XT 

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  • 4 - BFI Southbank

    Belvedere Road
    London
    SE1 8XT 

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  • 5 - BFI IMAX

    BFI IMAX, 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, South Bank, London SE1 8XR

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  • 6 - BFI IMAX

    BFI IMAX, 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, South Bank, London SE1 8XR

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  • 7 - BFI IMAX

    BFI IMAX, 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, South Bank, London SE1 8XR

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  • 8 - BFI IMAX

    BFI IMAX, 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, South Bank, London SE1 8XR

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  • 9 - BFI IMAX

    BFI IMAX, 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, South Bank, London SE1 8XR

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  • 10 - House Of Vans

    Main entrance
    Arches 228 – 232
    Station Approach Road
    London
    SE1 8SW 

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  • 11 - House Of Vans

    Main entrance
    Arches 228 – 232
    Station Approach Road
    London
    SE1 8SW 

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  • 12 - Southbank Centre

    Belvedere Road
    London
    SE1 8XX 

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