Rumble Fish is screening at London’s BFI

The BFI’S largest screen, NFT1 will show the film

The BFI may not have shown Francis Ford Coppola’s Rumble Fish since 1995, according to some old press clippings but we are excited to say they are rectifying that by showing it this Friday, the 2nd of July as part of their lauded Members Picks line up.

Their Member’s Booklet gives details of the screening with a synopsis and a Member’s Pick blurb from yours truly!

The glorious NFT1 will host a digital projection of the film and we look forward to seeing it on the big screen, especially hearing that iconic soundtrack from Stewart Copeland!

The film starts at 5.30pm and tickets cost £6, £12 for a paired seating. Seats are unallocated so be sure to get there in time to choose your seating.

You can call the Box Office to purchase your tickets, their phone lines are open from 11.30am-8.30pm daily on 0207 928 3232. You can also buy tickets through the BFI’s website – Whats On At BFI

Be sure to follow Rumble Fish Online on Twitter and say hello if you attend the screening!

Rumble Fish screens at the BFI on the Southbank on Friday 2nd July at 5.30pm. Situated next to the Thames, the nearest station is Waterloo. Tickets have to be purchased in advance online or by phone.