Programme for the BFI Southbank in December 2019. This month features the second part of the Musicals season, which includes a rerelease of Demy's 'The Umbrellas of Cherbourg', the 20th anniversary of Sing-a-long-aSound of Music, an afternoon with Tommy Steele's musical memories, Richard Dyer introducing 'Calamity Jane', Imelda Staunton introducing 'West Side Story' and 'Dreamgirls', which features on the cover. Other seasons are: the second part of Maurice Pialat and the new French realism, looking at Pialat's influence on new French filmmakers in the 1990s; African filmmaker Med Hondo and the theme for Big Screen Classics is getting together. Special Events include previews of Noah Baumbach's 'Marriage Story', the new TV Dracula; an interview with Tim Burton about his use of music; Kermode Live in 3D, Anime 'Weathering With You' and new releases are 'So Long My Son' and Syrian film 'The Cave'. There are rereleases of Ken Russell's 'Tommy' and Kubrick's 'Eyes Wide Shut', the BFI Film is 'Ordinary Love' and there is also the Missing Believed Wiped Festival, The Ernest Lindgren Lecture which pays tribute to archivist Harold Brown and an accompanied screening of German silent film 'Eerie Tales'. Part 2 is a calendar featuring Catherine Deneuve in The Umbrellas of Cherbourg on the cover.
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Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection