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Bfi - Site Review: British Film Institute - The BFI exists to promote greater understanding and appreciation of, and access to, film and moving image culture in the UK. British Film Institute - UK national agency with responsibility for encouraging the arts of film and television and conserving them in the national interest. British Film Institute - UK national body for encouraging and preserving film, television and the moving image. Information for fans, members and filmmakers includes films now showing, news, features, education, collections and archives, links and their monthly magazine Sight and Sound. The British Film Institute - Set up in 1933 under a Royal Charter to encourage UK film and television production and conservation.
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Dark Ealing.BFI Southbank. November. Skyfall.BFI IMAX. From 26 October. News opinion.
Film of the week: The Master. Paul Thomas Anderson’s film of two portraits (the Beatnik and the Scientologist) has a great film rattling around inside it; it’s easily the best movie this year to talk about, says Nick Pinkerton.
Lawrence of Arabia: 50 years ago. Patrick Fahy. Bitter victory: Ealing’s The Ship That Died of Shame.
Dylan Cave. BFI on Twitter. Follow @BFI. Follow @Sightandsoundmag. Support the BFI.Were always working to preserve the history and artefacts of film and television culture and make them available to as many people as possible, forever. But we can only do ...
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