Win a fantastic BFI Love Season Goody Bag!!

The new BFI LOVE season is a major BFI Southbank programme which begun on 19 October and runs until 31 December 2015. It features film and TV screenings, events, Q&As, panel discussions and special previews spread across three key themes.

The Power of Love
Love can be heaven, love can be hell and in the romantic epic it’s invariably both.
Including titles – A Matter of Life and Death, Brief Encounter, Gone with the Wind, Cleopatra, Random Harvest, I Know Where I’m Going!, Doctor Zhivago + more.

Fools for Love
The course of true love never did run smoothly, and the dating game makes fools of us all, but good humour always wins the day in the romantic comedy.
Including titles – The Man in Grey, A Room with A View, Annie Hall, It Happened One Night, Pillow Talk, Brief Ecstasy, Clueless, Four Weddings and a Funeral + more.

Fatal Attractions
Loving too much, or unrequited longing, can bring jealousy and heartache, and loving the wrong person will lead to trouble…
Including titles – Wings of Desire, Fatal Attraction, The Bigamist, Last Tango in Paris, True Romance, Betty Blue, Cat People + more.

For a full rundown of screenings and events you can check out the LOVE website.

To celebrate we’ve put together a fantastic goody bag worth over £500!


On offer to one lucky winner we have:

1) A pampering package for you to get ready for that date! Package includes an exclusive Blo out + head massage + glass of bubbly courtesy of Blo Blow Dry Bar in Covent Garden –

2) The film poster for the upcoming 70th anniversary reissue of Brief Encounter courtesy of our friends at Park Circus.

3) Two tickets to a LOVE themed film of your choice showing in the BFI’s two month season

4) A copy of Noël Coward Screenplays courtesy of Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. This new collection brings together three of Coward’s most important screenplays – In Which We Serve (1942), Brief Encounter (1945) and The Astonished Heart (1950). The collection features the shooting scripts for each film alongside contextual notes for each play, and a general introduction, by Barry Day.

To count yourself in with a chance of winning, follow us on twitter – then just send us an email with your name, contact details and the answer to this simple question:

Huey Lewis and the News’ Power of Love – is synonymous with which film series?

a) Star Wars
b) Back to the Future
c) Indiana Jones

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