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Poll: BFI Southbank Summer 2017

The BFI Southbank is one of London's film temples, the British Film Institute's four-screen venue for screenings of new and old cinema. Which of these Film and TV Seasons for Summer 2017 would you most like to attend?

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    "The Graduate" Dustin Hoffman 1967 United Artists

    Dustin Hoffman: "Dustin Hoffman helped pave the way for a new generation of Hollywood leading men in the late 60s."
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    Edgar Wright at an event for Baby Driver (2017)

    Edgar Wright presents Car Car Land: "Director Edgar Wright curates some of the classics that influenced his latest release, Baby Driver (2017)."
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    Guru Dutt in Pyaasa (1957)

    India on Film, including a retrospective of director Guru Dutt.
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    Gary Oldman in Prick Up Your Ears (1987)

    Orton: Obscenities in suburbia: "Dedicated to the masterful Joe Orton, a playwright and author whose work was imbued with themes of sex, death and homoeroticism, and whose life was cut brutally short when he was murdered in 1967."
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    Dirk Bogarde in Victim (1961)

    Gross Indecency: "Uncover Britain’s pioneering, problematic relationship with on-screen homosexuality, 50 years since a human rights landmark (the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England and Wales)."
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    "All Quiet on the Western Front" Poster 1930 Universal

    Christopher Nolan presents: Films that inspired director Christopher Nolan's new release Dunkirk (2017).
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    Hyvä postimies (2016)

    Refugee Week: "A nationwide celebration of the contribution of refugees to the UK."
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    The Cinema Travellers (2016)

    Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival: "LIFF offers a showcase of the best of new Indian independent cinema and a rare window into a billion lives."
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    Daughters of the Dust (1991)

    Unbound: Visions of the black feminine: "With the freedom to reflect their own lives, black women filmmakers pioneered their way to an extraordinary cinematic legacy."
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    Grande, 47 x 63

    Jean-Pierre Melville: Visions of the Underworld: "We celebrate a French director best known for his crime classics, who inspired the French New Wave, Jim Jarmusch, Tarantino and many others."
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    Cerro Pelado (1966)

    For an Impossible Cinema: Cuban Documentaries: "As Cuba’s hard-pressed revolution is poised for change, we look back at the documentaries and experimental films of the 1960s-70s."