BFI’s Screen Epiphanies / An American Werewolf in London – My Introduction

So on April 18th, my birthday no less, I got to introduce one of my favourite films ‘An American Werewolf In London’ at the BFI Southbank as part of their Screen Epiphanies series.

This is my intro. With props, back projections and special guests!

Writer and director Edgar Wright discusses An American Werewolf in London, John Landis’s cult comedy-horror, as a film that continues to inspire him. He’s joined by actors Michael Carter and David Schofield, who appear in the film. This introduction formed part of the BFI’s Screen Epiphanies members’ event strand, presented in partnership with American Express.

Thanks to Alan Jones for the mint condition ‘Starburst’ and ‘Beware The Moon’s Paul Davis for helping me track down my guests.

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3 Responses to “BFI’s Screen Epiphanies / An American Werewolf in London – My Introduction”
  1. Travis Betz says:

    This film is why I am what I am (and I’m not Popeye).

  2. AmberGrindstaff says:

    Fabulous!! That’s one of my favorite flicks !Thanks for upload

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