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BFI Reuben Library officially open

Today the BFI Reuben Library officially opens in its specially designed space at BFI Southbank after its move from its previous premises in Stephen Street. The BFI Library has been a major resource for students and researchers for decades, BFI CEO Amanda Nevill, BFI Chair Greg Dyke and Mayor Boris Johnson marked the opening at an event last night at BFI Southbank, attended by King’s Speech director Tom Hooper, Sir Christopher Frayling and Kevin Brownlow.

Neighbouring the library is the BFI Shop, previously known as the Filmstore, now with an improved layout.

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BFI Chair Greg Dyke, Mayor Boris Johnson and BFI CEO Amanda Nevill at the opening of the Reuben Library at the Southbank..


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