26 SEP 2016 – BFI Southbank – 6pm
2000 / Directed by Mary Harron / on 35mm
As part of the BFI’s Woman With a Movie Camera season, and our own annual look at representations of masculinity in the movies, we’re screening Mary Harron’s feminist reimagining of Brett Easton Ellis’s popular and controversial American Psycho as his book celebrates its 25th anniversary. We’re excited to be screening on a pristine 35mm print!
Joining us on our post screening panel will be:
Peter Yeung – Award-winning journalist for The Times
Anna Bogutskaya & Olivia Howe – Co-Founders and Directors of The Final Girls – London-based screening series exploring the intersection between horror film and feminism.
Rosy Carrick – writer, performer, compere, actor and academic whose recent work included a study of tortured musclemen in mainstream movies.