Thursday, February 9, 2012


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SWATH's Ray Winstone will appear at the 18th Bradford International Film Festival which will take place April 19th through the 29th at the National Media Museum. 

The Bradford International Film Festival remains one of the most anticipated events in the UK film calendar.  BIFF has presented hundreds of new and classic films, and included premieres, definitive retrospectives, and an array of special guests.

Winstone will be taking a look back at his 30 year career which will include, "a seminal performance in Alan Clarke’s borstal drama Scum. The retrospective of his work will include a rare screening of cult film Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains, featuring Winstone as the lead singer in a punk band featuring ex-Sex Pistols Steve Jones and Paul Cook, and Paul Simonon from The Clash. Also showing will be Sexy Beast, starring Winstone as a retired safe-cracker strong-armed into doing one last job, and Nil by Mouth, Gary Oldman’s searing portrayal of a south London family terrorised by an alcoholic husband played by Winstone," according to the Telegraph & Argus.

If you plan on attending, there are 3 types of passes available and various tickets for the different programs (see below).

For more information, visit the BIFF site here


Early Bird Film Lovers' Pass

Excludes all special events, widescreen weekend events, industry weekend, paid café fringe events. Exclusions are listed in the brochure.
£65 / £60 Buy ticket

Widescreen Weekend Pass

£90 / £70 More Details

Widescreen Weekend Pass (Membership)

£80 / £60 More Details


Festival Tickets

The Dodge Brothers and Neil Brand: Beggars of Life

£16 Buy ticket

Pictureville + Cubby + IMAX Digital Cinema after 4:30pm + Weekends

£6 / £5

Pictureville + Cubby + IMAX Digital Cinema before 4:30pm Weekdays

£4 / £3

Screentalks + Film


Student Night


Senior Screenings


Family Films


Silent Films + Live Piano

£6 / £5

Special Café Events


Buy 5 tickets get 1 free

Applies to standard priced films only before or after 4:30. Pick up your loyalty card from the box office

Widescreen Weekend Tickets

Standard films

£7.50 / £5.50

Premium films

£10 / £8


£3.50 / £2.50

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