Cunard is sponsoring the 67th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express on 4 to 15 October.

Cunard has a long-standing affiliation with the silver screen, with some of Hollywood’s biggest names having sailed in style with Cunard, from Charlie Chaplin to Meryl Streep. As the first cruise line to host a film premiere on board with the launch of The Greatest Showman on Queen Mary 2, Cunard is passionate about the power of timeless storytelling and together with BFI, strives to create unparalleled and unforgettable moments for film lovers.

The full film schedule for the 67th BFI London film festival in partnership with American Express can be found here. 

Cunard Gala

On 11th October, Cunard will be presenting the latest film by acclaimed director Alexander Payne, The Holdovers. More information about how to be part of this special premiere and the Cunard Gala will be revealed in the coming weeks! 

About the BFI
The British Film Institute is a cultural charity, a National Lottery funding distributor, and the UK’s lead organisation for film and the moving image. Since its foundation in 1933, the BFI has expanded to become the most important single institution in the life of British film. 

The BFI curate and present a cutting-edge programme of international cinema for audiences in cinemas, at festivals and online. The BFI’s National Archive is the most significant film and television archive in the world. Furthermore, the BFI actively seek out and supports the next generation of filmmakers, working with government and industry to make the UK the most creatively exciting and prosperous place to make film internationally. 

London Film Festival is an annual film festival held in London in collaboration with the BFI. We premiere the finest new British and international films from across the world to an ever growing UK-wide audience; attracting significant international talent and media interest. BFI LFF has grown into one of the world’s most important celebrations of the moving image. The Festival is a rich and compelling combination of prestige, red carpet glitter, entertainment, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, engaged audiences and vibrant exchange. The festival this year will screen over 160 films from 750 international and UK filmmakers, XR artists and series creatives. With the London Film Festival attracting an increasingly international crowd of filmmakers and spectators, and the BFI’s commitment to be an open educational platform, London continues to build on its reputation as an international centre for film. 

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