BBC First British Film Festival

Oct 24, 15 BBC First British Film Festival

We have 5 x double in-festival passes to any film* in the BBC FIRST BRITISH FILM FESTIVAL!

For your chance to win a prize, simply answer the following question:

“Which film in the British Film Festival do you want to see most?”

Post your answer on our Facebook page, on twitter (#BritishFF) or below!



Season runs October 29-November 18


Presented by Palace, the BBC First British Film Festival returns for its third year with a standout selection of Festival favourites and box office hits from the British Isles. The 2015 program will open nationally with the highly anticipatedYOUTH. Fresh from its premiere at Cannes Film Festival and starring veteran British actor Michael Caine, it is Academy Award winning director Paolo Sorrentino’s second English-language film. Other highlights include 45 YEARS, winner of best British feature film at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, and starring Charlotte Rampling; BFI London Film Festival 2015 Opening Night film SUFFRAGETTE starring Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham-Carter and Meryl Streep; and British writer Nick Hornby’s (An Education) BROOKLYN, the tale of Eilis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan, The Lovely Bones), a young Irish immigrant trying to make her way in 1950s Brooklyn, New York. We are also delighted to announce our 2015 retrospective, LOVE ACTUALLY-A CENTURY OF BRITISH ROMANCE which will feature 10 romantic gems representing each decade of the Twentieth Century.

*The in-festival passes available are valid for all general festival sessions excluding opening and closing nights and special festival events, Saturday after 5pm and Mondays.


  1. Genevieve /

    I’m very keen to see Suffragette…it looks really great and important:)

  2. Michaela /

    The Legend of Barney Thompson looks like fun.

  3. I’ve been looking forward to Absolutely Anything for a while now, would love to check it out!! 🙂

  4. Mikayla /

    Suffragette. It sounds like a really powerful film.

  5. Anne B /

    Would love to see ‘Youth’ on 29/10. Michael Caine is a legend.

  6. I really would love to see “SUFFRAGETTE”, with the wonderful Carey Mulligan, starring in it.

  7. Would love to see ‘Youth’, looks like a great film. 🙂

  8. Harry Varvaressos /

    The Legend of Barney Thomson – I’ve always, what ever happened to Robert Carlyle, the rock-solid actor who was amazing in Trainspotting, and was even a Bond villain. Turns out he’s back, and this looks like the kind of subversive, pitch black comedy I adore. That’s the film that get’s my vote!

  9. Jane Garratt /

    Queen of the Desert- ‘the female Lawrence of Arabia’, ‘vast and epic landscapes’ and our Nicole. Sounds like a beautiful mix!

  10. Would love to see Suffragette!

  11. I would love to see The Man Who Knew Infinity.

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