Good morning to you all once again! I trust that all is well with all of you this weekend. Due to unprecedented demand from around the world, everyone reading 'The Third' is cordially invited to the British Film Institute (BFI Southbank - NFT1) this afternoon (@15:00 BST on Saturday 2 September 2017) for a screening of God’s Own Country.
"Yorkshire sheep farmer Johnny (O’Connor) is dedicated to keeping his family’s farm afloat after his father’s stroke. He finds release from his exhausting everyday life through binge drinking and casual sex. When lambing season comes along, his family recruits some help in the form of Romanian worker Gheorghe (Secareanu), who conjures unspoken emotions in Johnny. After its premiere earlier this year at Sundance Film Festival, Francis Lee’s astonishing debut feature, supported by the BFI Film Fund, marks him as a powerful new voice in British filmmaking."
Afterwards, why not join us for something to eat in the BFI Bar & Kitchen (@18:00 BST on Saturday 2 September 2017)?