Programme for the BFI Southbank for August 2019. Seasons include the first of two months on Cary Grant, with a re-release of Notorious; 'No Direct Flight', looking at Pan-African filmmaking in the digital age; the second part of Nineties: Young Cinema Rebels, looking at cutting edge film and TV from that decade and Big Screen Classics looks at films about emotional turmoil. Soul Fest looks at contemporary Black British filmmaking and Projecting the archive this week features 'It Started in Paradise' from 1952. Previews and events include 'The Last Tree' with a q and a with Shola Amoo; 'Transit', 'the new Andrew Davies adaptation of Sandition with q and a; the new Dark Crystal sequel; HailSatan?; Bait with a q and a with Mark Jenkin and 'Pain and Glory' with a q and a with Pedro Almodovar (the guide's cover features Antonio Banderas in the film). Part 2 is a calendar feauring Cary Grant on the cover.
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Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection