Iconic filmmaker Quentin Tarantino will be making a rare public appearance in London to talk about his life and career on stage with a live audience.
The Pulp Fiction director will appear at ODEON Luxe Leicester Square on 13 November as he takes part in BAFTA’s A Life in Pictures. The long-running series of on-stage interviews has seen some of the world’s leading film and television talent share insight into the experiences that helped them hone and develop their craft.
Film fans will get to hear about the critically-acclaimed director’s glittering career from the man himself, in the spectacular setting of one of London’s most luxurious cinemas, which recently enjoyed a multi-million pound refit.
Tarantino’s latest film was the critical and box office success, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood which had its UK premiere at ODEON Luxe Leicester Square in August.
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The film achieved $369.7 million (£286.5 million) at the worldwide box office, making the comedy-drama one of the highest grossing films of his career.
The career retrospective will likely cover all nine of Tarantino’s theatrical releases from 1992’s Reservoir Dogs and 1994’s Palme D’or winning Pulp Fiction up to his more recent releases like 2009’s Inglourious Basterds and 2015’s The Hateful Eight.
BAFTA ‘A Life in Pictures: Quentin Tarantino’ is taking place on Wednesday 13 November at ODEON Luxe Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7LQ. Start time 19:30.
Tickets are available at odeon.co.uk.