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Babette's Feast: BFI Revival

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New Digital Transfer of an Oscar-Winning Tale


Originally released in 1987, the Danish drama directed by Gabriel Axel has been revived by the British Film Institute. Based on the short story by Isak Dinesen, Babette's Feast is a reflection on the life of two elderly sisters, whose father was a pious pastor. Now that he has died, less and people seem to come to church, and the sisters recollect the days of their youth at the congregation.

The BFI have re-released Babette's Feast in a new digital transfer, so you can see the all the passion, magic and miracles in magnificent resolution.

The film is being screened at several venues across the UK up until the 26th March:

MAC, Birmingham
21st-24th, & 27th December 2012

Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle
26th and 30th December 2012

Duke of York's Picturehouse, Brighton
27th December 2012

Derby Quad
27th-30th December 2012

Hyde Park Picturehouse, Leeds
27th December 2012

DCA, Dundee
28th December 2012 - 2nd January 2013

Exeter Picturehouse, Exeter
30th December 2012 & 3rd January 2013

Pheonix, East Finchley
1st January 2013

Cine Lumiere, London
4th-5th, 9th, & 15th January 2013

Cornerhouse, Manchester
6th & 9th January 2013

New Park Chichester
6th-8th January 2013

National Media Museum, Bradford
6th-8th, & 10th January 2013

Barn Cinema, Dartington
12th-13th January 2013

Hippodrome Bo'ness
26th-27th January 2013

No.6, Portsmouth
13th February 2013

Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick
13th-14th February 2013

Saffron Walden Community Cinema, Saffron Walden
17th February 2013

Atrix, Bromsgrove
18th February 2013

Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
26th March 2013
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Why? See an old film in high resolution
When: Between now and 26th March
Phone: 44 (0)20 7255 1444
Where: Across the UK
Cost: See individual cinemas
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