The BFI’s Video on Demand service features plenty of Golden Globe winners as well as Academy Award® and BAFTA nominees including Charlotte Rampling, Saoirse Ronan, Jennifer Lawrence, Brie Larson, Kate Winslet, Michael Fassbender and Matt Damon…
Boasting an unrivalled collection for the millions of Britons who enjoy independent and specialised film, BFI Player features a wealth of great cinema, many of whose talent have found their way into 2016’s various award ceremonies. For example, Jennifer Lawrence’s Oscar nomination for Joy proves her fruitful professional partnership with Bradley Cooper is still going strong. BFI Player features the pair’s Serena, based on Ron Rash’s North Carolina-set novel about logging magnate George Pemberton (Cooper) and his ruthless, brilliant wife Serena, for users to enjoy.
Elsewhere, Brie Larson picked up the Best Actress (drama) Golden Globe as well as an Oscar nomination for Room and you can catch her in Short Term 12 on BFI Player. In the film she stars as Grace, a twenty-something supervising staff member of a residential treatment facility, trying to navigate the troubled waters of that world, and guide her high-risk teenage charges, all while preparing for her own marriage.
Other award winners and nominees include Kate Winslet in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Charlotte Rampling in 45 Years, and Saoirse Ronan in both Lost River and How I Live Now.
With feature films available to rent for as little as £2.50, and 50 different collections to choose from, the BFI Player is a video on demand service like no other – perfect for anyone wishing to bolster their cinephile credentials, all in the comfort of their own home. BFI Player is available here: http://player.bfi.org.uk/