As part of the Royal Albert Hall’s first Festival of Film, BAFTA: For The Love Of Film showcases specially commissioned work by photographer Phil Fisk that celebrates the passion and craft that goes into creating a film.
The exhibition includes 16 portraits which shine a light on the whole filmmaking process, from famous faces in front of the camera, to the magicians behind the scenes. Portrait subjects range from actors including David Oyelowo (Selma, Interstellar) and Andy Serkis (The Lord of the Rings, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) to a wide array of behind-the-camera talent including directors Terry Gilliam (Brazil, Tideland) and Stephen Frears, and producer Alison Owen (Elizabeth, Suffragette).
The exhibition will be on display on the Royal Albert Hall’s Amphi Corridor and can be viewed when attending a performance at the Hall between 1 October – 8 November 2016, or on the following free open days:
Sunday 9 October: 10am-1pm
Sunday 16 October: 10am-2pm
Saturday 29 October: 10am-4pm
Friday 4 November: 10am-1pm
Saturday 5 November: 10am-1pm
Sunday 6 November: 10am-4pm
Originally commissioned to accompany the EE British Academy Film Awards 2016, a selection of these images were featured in the official brochure received by guests at the ceremony.
The Royal Albert Hall’s Festival of Film (27 October – 6 November) celebrates magic of the movies, while shining a spotlight on cinema’s most stunning scores.
This event is part of our Beyond the Main Stage season. Step beyond the main stage and discover a world of intimate shows under the roof of London’s most iconic venue.