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In this fascinating film we see Slough's mayor, Alderman Percy Lightfoot, posting the proclamation of the forthcoming General Election.
In this fascinating film we see Slough's mayor, Alderman Percy Lightfoot, posting the proclamation of the forthcoming General Election. Teams set to work, issuing ballots and ...
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What can Blade Runner tell us about technology, politics and the human condition in 2015?
Back in cinemas in its definitive version, what can Blade Runner tell us about technology, politics, architecture, life, death and the human condition in 2015?
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High-stakes electioneering for Northern Ireland’s ill-fated 1973 Assembly...
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“Plain common sense”? Mulling the Tory case at t’mill in 1935.
This Conservative Party election campaign film is a surprisingly politician-free zone. Instead, it cunningly stages a debate between a pair of no-nonsense mill workers on the ...
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Could it be? It is! Fresh-faced Liberal MP David Steel in 1965.
In this amusingly self-aware Liberal Party political broadcast, newly-elected 'Baby of the House' David Steel MP takes aim at the nationalisation of steel, rates, and the bala...
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A new exhibition explores how costume designers on movies like Blade Runner, 2001 and Star Wars imagined the clothes of the future.
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Ridley Scott on Blade Runner's radical influence on architecture, fashion and design.
Director Ridley Scott, star Rutger Hauer and producer Michael Deeley discuss the unique legacy of sci-fi classic Blade Runner, winner of the BFI's 2008 Visions for the Future poll.
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I like so many bits of Blade runner, but everything Devin and Amy say on The Canon is true; The best bits of the movie seem to be there in spite of Scotts influence...

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How we did elections before the Dimblebys...
Election fever in a pre-TV age, as voters flock in their thousands to Trafalgar Square to watch the results come in. Just to prove that media self-obsession is nothing new, To...
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Producer Michael Deeley tells us what it was like to work on Blade Runner...
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Sean Young (aka Rachel) takes us behind the scenes with her Blade Runner Polaroids: http://bit.ly/1b4yNps
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“All those moments will be lost in time… like tears in rain…”
It never rains but it pours at the movies, and never more so than in the rain-lashed future visions of Ridley Scott in the cult sci-fi classic Blade Runner. To celebrate its nationwide rerelease, we get out the umbrellas to count down 15 memorable movie moments when the clouds open.
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"Tory bacon will cost you more!" Labour message from 1955
An election broadcast by the Labour Party on the rising cost of living. Dr Edith Summerskill illustrates the rising cost in essential foods, such as milk, cheese and meat, und...
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The BFI was founded in 1933. We are a charity governed by a Royal Charter. We combine cultural, creative and industrial roles, bringing together the BFI National Archive and BFI Reuben Library, film distribution, exhibition and education at BFI Southbank and BFI IMAX, publishing and festivals.