Lambeth Road, London, SE1 6HZ
020 7416 5000
£10 (adult); £5 (child); £7 (concs)
1-Jul-16 to 8-Jan-17
Mon-Fri, Sat, Sun, 10am-6pm daily (last admission 5pm)
Go behind the scenes of some of the most iconic war films which have captured the imagination of cinema-going audiences across the generations.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the release of the original blockbuster, The Battle of the Somme, this immersive new exhibition will explore how film-makers have found inspiration from war's inherent drama to translate stories of love and loss, fear and courage, triumph and tragedy into movies for the big screen.
Discover personal stories and surviving wartime artefacts alongside film industry props, scripts and set designs from classics including The Dam Busters, Where Eagles Dare, Apocalypse Now, Battle of Britain, Das Boot, Casablanca, Jarhead, Saving Private Ryan, Atonement and War Horse, among many more, to reveal how box-office hits can offer surprising perspectives on war.
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