All screenings are subject to the following
BAFTA/LA is committed to a policy of punctual commencement of all
screenings. To insure that our screenings accommodate the greatest possible number of members and
permitted guests, and as is customary with virtually all other screening procedures, some screenings are
overbooked. Members are thus reminded to always arrive as early as possible, as seating is on a
"first-come, first-served" basis. So that seat availability is equitably shared, members may save only
one seat for a guest or friend, which must be either filled or relinquished once the screening starts.
Additional seats may not be saved. Members and guests arriving up to five minutes after the film
has started will only be permitted to take available seats in the back
rows of the theater.
If there is a Q&A following the screening, we urge you to
stay. However, if you must leave, please do so promptly and quietly. No
photography, recording or taking of notes (other than that which may be
undertaken by BAFTA/LA for its archives) is permitted. A Q&A is a
non-press event, and thus, if any member or guest considers this to be a
conflict, we would respectfully ask you to leave prior to the Q&A.
BAFTA/LA appreciates the time and effort contributed by the
talent who participate in our Q&A programs, so please do not delay their
exit with personal requests or submissions.
Please turn off your cell phones and pagers before the
screening, and no audio or video recording is permitted whatsoever.
||Sarah Lee: Leica LA Exhibition Preview
Delving behind the scenes of the last 4 BAFTA Film Awards, Leica host a special exhibition of photography by London-based photographer, Sarah Lee.
An official BAFTA photographer since 2015, Lee’s commissions have allowed her extraordinary access to every facet of the Awards event.
Leica have extended an invitation to BAFTA Members to attend the special exhibition opening.
Please click here to learn more.
Running time 135 mins
For full details, and to RSVP,
click here to enter the Members-only section.
For an explanation of BAFTA/LA's screening selection policy, please click here.