Go see: Subtitled films with BSL Q&As at this year’s BFI London Film Festival!

Posted on October 1, 2014



BFI_LFF_2014_Hero_Bluebox_dates_POSThe BFI London Film Festival has a limited number of priority position tickets put aside for selected films at this year’s festival for deaf and hard of hearing BSL users.

All these films are subtitled, and the Q&As that follow the films will have a BSL interpreter.

Tickets can be purchased from the BFI Box Office.

Simply quote ‘Access’ when you book, by phoning 020 7815 1411 or emailing LFF.Ticketing@bfi.org.uk.

Tickets are available for the following screenings:

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DIFRET

Saturday, 18 October 2014

14:45

Vue West End

A young Ethiopian woman faces the death penalty for killing the man who raped her until a brave lawyer decides to take on her case.

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GIRLHOOD

Thursday, 16 October 2014

21:00

Odeon West End

Céline Sciamma’s triumphant third film is a beautifully observed examination of a young girl’s search for identity in the underprivileged suburbs of Paris.

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TIMBUKTU   

Friday, 10 October 2014

21:15

Odeon West End

A town is invaded by radical Islamists who install an extreme form of Sharia Law, only to find the local populace finding their own ways of dealing with it.

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THE WAY HE LOOKS

Thursday, 9 October 2014

15:30

Vue West End

A blind teen boy falls in love with the new guy at school in Daniel Ribeiro’s heart-warming charmer.

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WILD TALES 

Sunday, 12 October 2014

18:30

Curzon Chelsea

Six hilarious short stories combine to form a macabre tango at the gates of madness in this outrageous comedy about the trials of modern life.

If you have any further access queries contact the Box Office on 020 7928 3232 or by emailing LFF.ticketing@bfi.org.uk. Other  access info (for partner venues etc) can be found on the website here.

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