A publicity programme for the National Film Theatre for the month of January 1996, featuring an image of the actor Sean Connery as James Bond on the front cover. The programme contains information about the NFT's film screenings and seasons for the month, which included a season of early James Bond classics screened using new prints, a showcase of Mexican cinema of the 1930s, a retrospective of the films of Paul Verhoeven, and a selection of films celebrating the centenary of cinema titled 'Cinema: The First Hundred Years', featuring British classics such as 'Went the Day Well?', 'Shooting Stars' and 'The Red Shoes'. Further highlights include first run screenings of 'Love Affair' and 'Ultras', a programme of films showcasing the nominees for the British Animation Awards, a seminar on Independent British film, educational and junior events and selected strands on LGBT cinema, cult cinema and short films and an 'avant-garde showcase'. The programme features screening times, synopses and photos for each of the individual titles as well as general venue and booking information.
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Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection