Posted: December 5th, 2010
The British Film Institute are celebrating "the ultimate film-star icon", Audrey Hepburn, in a season of movies to be screened during January 2011 at the National Film Theatre in London.
This is an excellent opportunity to see many of Audrey's movies on the big screen. The season will include screenings of: Breakfast at Tiffany's, Charade, The Children's Hour, Funny Face, How to Steal a Million, Love in the Afternoon, My Fair Lady, Paris When it Sizzles, Robin and Marian, Roman Holiday, Sabrina, Two for the Road, and Wait Until Dark.
This isn't the first time the BFI have had an Audrey season and back in 2004 when they had their last one I managed to see three Audrey movies back to back. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like the screening dates are arranged in a way that allow you to catch multiple movies on the same day.
More information about times and bookings can be found on the BFI website:
BFI Audrey Hepburn Season
The BFI also has a section of their website dedicated to Audrey:
The BFI is also re-releasing 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' in cinemas around the UK to coincide with this season: Breakfast at Tiffany's re-release