A publicity programme for the National Film Theatre for July 2001, featuring an image from 'Bande à part' on the front cover. The programme contains information about the NFT's film screenings and seasons for the month, which included the second part of the NFT's Jean-Luc Godard retrospective, featuring screenings of the director's films alongside films which have influenced him, the Crime Scene 2001 festival featuring an opening night gala screening of 'Animal Factory' alongside an interview with actor Steve Buscemi and a number of films starring the actor, and a selection of classic film noirs such as 'The Killers', 'The Blue Dahlia' and 'The Glass Key'. Further highlights included a short season of films directed by Arthur Woods, extended run screenings of 'The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz' and 'The Truth Game', educational and junior events, and other films from the archive. The programme features screening times, synopses and photos for each of the individual titles as well as general venue and booking information. Also contains a fold-out calendar for the month's events.
|Country of origin||UK|
|Related people||Jean-Luc Godard (Subject)|
|Steve Buscemi (Subject)|