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275 videos featuring
Series: In Conversation
Leaving Baghdad + Q&A
22 Jun 2012
Director Koutaiba Al Janabi discusses his award-winning feature, a fiction film following Saddam Hussein's personal cameraman into exile.
The Artist Is Present + Q&A
18 Jun 2012
Director Matthew Akers talks about Marina Abramovic´: The Artist is Present, his documentary about the influential Serbian performance artist.
An Englishman In New York + Q&A with Penny Arcade
17 Jun 2012
Writer and performer Penny Arcade interviewed at BFI Southbank following a screening of An Englishman in New York, starring John Hurt as the "stately homo of England".
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry + Q&A
17 Jun 2012
Director Alison Klayman discusses Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, her documentary about the renowned Chinese dissident artist.
Bhumika: Masterclass with Shyam Benegal
10 Jun 2012
Director Shyam Benegal shares his insight into the making of Bhumika (1977), his powerful exploration of the life of a Bombay screen actor.
SACF Excellence in Cinema Award: Shyam Benegal
9 Jun 2012
Director and screenwriter Shyam Benegal, today considered the father of the 'New Wave' in Indian cinema, receives the Excellence in Cinema Award.
Woody Allen: A Documentary + Q&A
7 Jun 2012
Director Robert B. Weide discusses the experience of working closely with one of his personal heroes to make Woody Allen: A Documentary.
BFI Future Plan 2012-2017 Launch
14 May 2012
The BFI launched its Future Plan consultation 'New Horizons for UK Film' with a presentation at the BFI IMAX in London on 14 May 2012.
Interview: The Little Ones
9 May 2012
Kim Smith and Carl Gonzales discuss starring in The Little Ones, the groundbreaking 1964 film exploring the interracial friendship between two young children.
Who Were We? The British Council Film Collection Unveiled
3 May 2012
Curators and programmers join broadcaster Francine Stock to discuss the documentary output of the British Council, who produced over 125 cultural propaganda films celebrating 'Britishness' during the 1940s.
Two Years at Sea + Q&A
23 Apr 2012
Experimental filmmaker Ben Rivers discusses his long-form work Two Years At Sea.
A Midsummer Night's Dream + Q&A
19 Apr 2012
Director and animator Vlasta Pospísˇilová visits BFI Southbank to discuss her work as an assistant animator on Jirˇí Trnka's celebrated interpretation of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
The Story of Film - An Odyssey + Q&A
16 Apr 2012
Marking the DVD launch of The Story of Film - An Odyssey, Mark Cousins' 15-hour personal history of cinema, the director and film critic joins Sight & Sound editor Nick James to discuss his work.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory + Q&A
15 Apr 2012
Julie Dawn Cole talks about her role as the bratty Veruca Salt in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971).
The Alcohol Years + Q&A
13 Apr 2012
Following a screening of The Alcohol Years, Carol Morley's moving documentary about the five years she abandoned to booze and lasciviousness, the director talks about the making of the film.
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