Friday 15 May: The Death of Stalin Live in partnership with the British Red Cross

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Join us for a live watch party of the BIFA-winning THE DEATH OF STALIN with director Armando Iannucci, actor Jason Isaacs, cinematographer Zac Nicholson and other guests!

 

On Friday 15 May, starting at at 7:20pm BST, we will all watch THE DEATH OF STALIN together and listen to Armando, Jason, Zac and others as they talk about their experience of making the film.

 

After the film is finished, we will stay online for a Q&A.

 

Registrations for this event are now closed

 

THE COMMENTARY / Q&A

The commentary / Q&A will take place via Zoom Webinars. This means that you will need to either:
– Have Zoom downloaded onto your computer (see here) and have it open at the same time as the film
or
– Have Zoom open on one device (e.g. phone, tablet etc.) and the film open on another (e.g. TV, laptop etc.)

 

We will be joined for the commentary and Q&A by the following filmmakers. Attendees will be able to submit questions for them to answer live.

 

ARMANDO IANNUCCI

Writer / Director

JASON ISAACS

Actor – Field Marshal Zhukov

ZAC NICHOLSON

Cinematographer

CRISTINA CASALI

Production Designer

CHRIS WILLIS

Composer

 

THE FILM

In case you don’t already own the film, THE DEATH OF STALIN is available on the following platforms:

iTunes Amazon Prime Video Sky Store
Google Play Rakuten TV Virgin Store

 

We would strongly recommend that you watch the film once before the event!

Like watching a commentary track on the DVD extras, it’s best if you are already familiar with the film.

 

THE SCHEDULE

The schedule for the event is:
7:20pm – Zoom Webinar starts, introduction
7:30pm – Film & commentary start
9:20pm – Film ends, Q&A begins
10:00pm – Event ends

 

REGISTER TO ATTEND

Registrations for this event are now closed

 

THE BRITISH RED CROSS

We’re hosting this event in partnership with the British Red Cross. The event itself is free and we’d encourage you to donate whatever you can – perhaps the price of a cinema ticket – to the British Red Cross instead.

The British Red Cross has been a lifeline for people in the UK, and overseas, for 150 years. Today, that means more than ever. Right now, their staff and volunteers are helping people hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. From supporting the NHS, to delivering essential supplies and partnering with food banks, they’re making sure the most vulnerable people in our society don’t get left behind. They’ve also launched a free support line for anyone finding it hard to access food or medication, or feeling lonely or worried. 

Jason Isaacs, a British Red Cross ambassador, has seen the work first-hand and would urge you to donate to help ensure they can continue it.

Go to: https://bit.ly/DonateToBritishRedCross

 

We hope to see you there!

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