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BFI Film Deals for 25s & Under

BFI Southbank today announces the launch of a brand new scheme for 16 to 25 year olds, offering incredible savings on tickets to screenings, events and Q&As at BFI Southbank. The 25 & Under scheme will allow young people aged 16 to 25 to buy last minute tickets 45-minutes before any event or screening for just £3; a saving of over £8 on regular priced tickets. The scheme follows on from a successful trial at this year’s BFI London Film Festival, where last minute £5 tickets were offered to young people for the first time. So whether it’s the latest critical hit, a must-see indie flick or a Q&A with talent such as recent guests John Waters, Judi Dench or Nicolas Winding Refn, the BFI Southbank has an event to suit every taste.

From BFI LOVE season screenings of True Romance and When Harry Met Sally to forthcoming seasons dedicated to two of the coolest directors alive – Quentin Tarantino and Jean-Luc Godard – the new 25 & Under scheme is a must for everyone, from budding filmmakers to young film fans, cinephiles and students. 25 & Under represents the BFI’s continued commitment to young people, sitting alongside its annual film festival for young people the BFI Future Film Festival, which this coming February has been extended from three to five days, and the BFI Film Academy, the pioneering Lottery-funded training and development programme which nurtures the next generation of filmmaking talent across the UK.

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