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Experience BFI London Film Festival At 6 Essential Cinemas

Experience BFI London Film Festival At 6 Essential Cinemas

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Updated: 12 December 2015
The BFI (British Film Institute)’s annual London Film Festival unites a diverse selection of the world’s best films to the capital’s greatest cinemas. The venues used to screen vary from historic to innovative, but each contribute their own element of character to the overall festival experience. Below are six of the venues you need to pay a visit during the festival’s 59th year.

BFI IMAX.

Embedded in the center of the roundabout on the Southern side of Waterloo Bridge, the cylindrical exterior of the BFI IMAX is an unmistakable landmark on London’s Southbank. Designed by the award-winning-architect Bryan Avery, the cinema boasts an IMAX screen measuring 20×26 meters; to put that into perspective that’s almost as tall as five double-decker buses. As Britain’s biggest cinema screen, the BFI IMAX offers a truly immersive cinema experience. Since opening in 1999 the venue has been used by the BFI to celebrate the country’s filmic heritage and is also equipped with 70mm and 35mm film projectors to screen classic films in their original formats.

0330 333 7878

http://www.bfi.org.uk/bfi-imax

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BFI IMAX.

Embedded in the center of the roundabout on the Southern side of Waterloo Bridge, the cylindrical exterior of the BFI IMAX is an unmistakable landmark on London’s Southbank. Designed by the award-winning-architect Bryan Avery, the cinema boasts an IMAX screen measuring 20×26 meters; to put that into perspective that’s almost as tall as five double-decker buses busses. As Britain’s biggest cinema screen, the BFI IMAX offers a truly immersive cinema experience. Since opening in 1999 the venue has been used by the BFI to celebrate the country’s filmic heritage and is also equipped with 70mm and 35mm film projectors to screen classic films in their original formats.

0330 333 7878

http://www.bfi.org.uk/bfi-imax

Google Maps Hyperlink