Win a Jack Cardiff goody bag courtesy of the BFI and Hampstead Theatre. (EMAIL) @ BFI

Found 28th Jul 2017
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Jack Cardiff competition.

Win a Jack Cardiff goody bag courtesy of the BFI and Hampstead Theatre.

We’ve clubbed together with Hampstead Theatre to offer you the chance to win a fantastic goody bag that celebrates the legendary cinematographer and director Jack Cardiff.

Contents include:

A pair of tickets to see Prism (6 September — 14 October) at Hampstead Theatre. Legendary cinematographer Jack Cardiff has retired to the sleepy village of Denham, Buckinghamshire. His days of hard work — and play — on some of the most famous sets in the world are now long behind him, as are his secret liaisons with some of the most famous women in the world… Surrounded by memorabilia from a lifetime of ‘painting with light’, the writing of an autobiography should be an easy matter — were it not that Jack would now rather live in the past than remember it. Terry Johnson’s delightfully witty and poignant new play, starring Robert Lindsay, is based on the extraordinary life of double Oscar-winning cinematic master Jack Cardiff: “The man who made women look beautiful.”
As Jack Cardiff was a pioneer in his use of colour we’re delighted to throw in a copy of Colour Films in Britain: The Negotiation of Innovation 1900-1955 courtesy of BFI Shop. Beautifully illustrated with full colour film stills, this important study provides fascinating insights into the complex process whereby the challenges and opportunities of new technologies are negotiated within creative practice. The book also includes a technical appendix by Simon Brown (Kingston University, UK), which provides further details of the range of colour processes used by British filmmakers.

PLUS a BFI Membership. With up to four discounted tickets at all performances, priority booking, exclusive events, and even 10% off food and drink, BFI membership unlocks a world of cinema. With over 2,000 classic and contemporary films a year, including the London Film Festival, the only problem is deciding what to see! Be ahead of the game as the 61st BFI London Film Festival looms upon us — 4-15 October 2017.
Simply answer this question:

Which one of these is the odd one out and why?

The Red Shoes
The African Queen
Sons and Lovers<<<<<< My Answer

Email your answers to filmcompetitions@bfi.org.uk with JACK in the subject header by 1 September.
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