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March Film Highlights

March 8th, 2017 | by Jennifer Edwards

March Film Highlights

Now that we’ve all settled down after an Oscars that revealed the greatest plot twist of recent times, the venues across the South Bank turn their hand to offering a fresh batch of films all jostling for your attention. A line-up as varied as the rain/sun/snow weather of recent weeks features an enviable selection of returning favourites, new takes on old tales and original stories all set to transport you to cinematic nirvana.

  • BFI FLARE: LONDON LGBT FESTIVAL

    BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival has now reached its 31st edition, opening on 16 March with the world premiere of Fergus O’Brien’s BBC production Against the Law at BFI Southbank. The Festival closes with the international premiere of Jennifer Reeder’s Signature Move at BFI Southbank. One of the most significant and long-standing film events in the world’s LGBT calendar, BFI Flare will present over 50 features, more than 100 shorts and a wide range of special events, guest appearances, discussions, workshops, club nights and much more. For tickets and screenings information, visit the BFI Southbank - Flare Festival website. 

    BFI Southbank
  • BFI IMAX

    Cinemas don’t come much bigger than the BFI IMAX and characters don’t come much bigger than King Kong, as Tom Hiddleston’s about to find out in the bold franchise reboot KONG: SKULL ISLAND. In a month packed with eagerly awaited retellings, Disney turn their hand to fashioning a live-action take on beloved classic BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Finding Emily Watson stepping out of Hogwarts and into the role of Belle, this grandly scaled romance is a remake worthy of the original.

    BFI IMAX
  • CURZON MONDRIAN

    LIFE is an Alien-channelling sci-fi that follows the misadventures of an astronaut crew on the verge of a ground-breaking discovery. Having uncovered the first proof of life outside of Earth, the team ready themselves for a heroes’ return only to discover that their new passenger is far more intelligent – and deadly – than they anticipated, instantly jeopardising any chance of a safe return from the Red planet.

    Mondrian London
  • AT BOTH BFI IMAX & CURZON MONDRIAN

    Losing some smirk but gaining some grit, LOGAN is the surprisingly adult and welcomely earthy conclusion to the Wolverine franchise. Playing almost like a classic Western, we find our ailing hero living a quiet life away from the limelight after the disbandment of the X-Men until his past catches up with him in violent fashion. Giving new lease of life to a well-worn character, this could be to the X-Men what The Dark Knight was to Batman.

    Mondrian London
  • BFI SOUTHBANK: KELLY REICHARDT

    Understated, considered, reflective; Kelly Reichardt’s films are ones that favour the intimate over the overblown. To mark the release of her latest, the LFF conquering Certain Women, BFI Southbank is celebrating a career of quietly revelatory cinema with a season to devoted to all things Reichardt. The lady herself will be present for a conversation on Saturday 4 March and audiences can catch each of her films from Old Joy and Night Moves to Wendy & Lucy and Meeks Cutoff throughout the month.

    BFI Southbank

Find The Venues

  • 1 - BFI Southbank

    Belvedere Road
    London
    SE1 8XT 

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  • 2 - BFI IMAX

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

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  • 3 - Mondrian London

    Mondrian London, 20 Upper Ground, South Bank London SE1 9PD 

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  • 4 - Mondrian London

    Mondrian London, 20 Upper Ground, South Bank London SE1 9PD 

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  • 5 - BFI Southbank

    Belvedere Road
    London
    SE1 8XT 

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