July 2019 programme for the BFI Southbank. Principal seasons are: The first part of Nineties: Young Cinema Rebels , showcasing cutting-edge films and TV from that decade around the world, including 'Do the Right Thing' and 'La Haine', which is featured on the cover of the Guide. There is also a season on the golden age of Mexican cinema from the '30s to the '50s, 'Salon Mexico'. Big Screen Classics focuses on obsession in films and African Classics showcases Horace Ove films and also includes a screening of 'Babylon' introduced by Mamoun Hassan. Previews this month include 'Vita and Virginia', 'Aisling Bea's tv comedy 'This Way Up', Jim Jarmusch's 'The Dead don't Die', 'Gwen' and 'Bait' and events include Mark Kermode's monthly Live in 3D. There is a focus on Agnes Varda tying in with a release of her final work Varda by Agnes. There is also the Loco London Comedy Festival and archive presentations include 'The Ghosts of Berkeley Square' (1947) and Marcel L'Herbier's 'L'homme du Large'. Part 2 is a calendar of screenings featuring Agnes Varda on the cover.
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Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection