Ealing: Light and Dark

In 2012, we celebrated the historic output of one of Britain’s best loved film studios.

For the first time in a generation we presented a major project celebrating the historic output of one of Britain’s best loved and most influential studios with a two month retrospective at BFI Southbank from 22 October-30 December 2012. The project included a national rerelease of It Always Rains On Sunday (1947), a major new book of essays Ealing Revisited, and special guests and events including an exhibition of Ealing posters, stills and memorabilia drawn from the BFI National Archive’s rich holdings.

Introducing Ealing Studios

BFI Mediatheques

BFI book

  • Ealing Revisited

    Ealing Revisited

    Leading experts on Ealing and British cinema explore the history of Britain’s best loved film studio.

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