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Treat the classic cinema fan in your life to this NFT themed gift set

Treat the classic cinema fan in your life to this NFT themed gift set

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Treat the classic film fan in your life to this NFT themed gift set.

The National Film Theatre (NFT) was designed in 1957 by Norman Engleback and constructed in just 15 months. Built into the south side of Waterloo bridge, the NFT was conceived as a cinematic hub in the heart of the capital, bringing together a broad range of films and events under one roof. Expanded and renamed BFI Southbank in 2007, the building continues to serve as a much-loved haven for cinema lovers in the heart of London, and is the home of the BFI Shop.

This set includes:

National Film Theatre Pin Badge

The original NFT sign was a distinctive part of the original building and can still be seen on the South West side of the bridge. Now listed, the famous sign was recently restored to its original glory, with added illumination! This lovely enamel metal pin badge recreates the much loved geometric design in wearable form. (RRP £5.00)

National Film Theatre Metallic Print Tote Bag

This tote bag features the pattern which adorned the screen shutter in the original NFT 1 auditorium. At the start of a screening, the distinctive shutter would retract mechanically to reveal the screen. It also provided a distinctive backdrop to interviews with a stellar line-up of cinematic greats over the years, from Akira Kurosawa to Alfred Hitchcock. This 100% cotton tote bag is beautifully screen printed in metallic gold on black, and measures 380mm x 410mm, large enough for a 12" record. (RRP £7.00)

National Film Theatre Beanie 

This warm and stylish beanie sports the distinctive NFT motif, embroidered in full colour on black. Perfect for winter cinema outings. (RRP £10)

National Film Theatre Socks 

Is it even Christmas without socks? This eye-catching pair feature a design based on the the much-loved geometric NFT logo, with the distinctive overlapping triangle pattern interlocking around the leg. (RRP £12.99)

National Film Theatre Travel Card Wallet 

This image, taken in 1957, is of the old main entrance on the riverfront, underneath Waterloo Bridge. The hoarding above the entrance advertises that year's inaugural London Film Festival.The wallet is ideal for carrying Oyster or other travel cards, and features a BFI logo on the reverse, and two transparent card pockets inside. (RRP £3.00)

National Film Theatre Popcorn

The perfect accompaniment to classic movie viewing, this sweet microwave popcorn comes un-popped and packaged in a sleek sleeve depicting the old National Film Theatre auditorium. (RRP £2.99)

This great selection is exclusive to the BFI Shop and comes packaged in a purpose-made presentation box with magnetic closure and foiled silver BFI Logo.

Treat the classic film fan in your life to this NFT themed gift set.

The National Film Theatre (NFT) was designed in 1957 by Norman Engleback and constructed in just 15 months. Built into the south side of Waterloo bridge, the NFT was conceived as a cinematic hub in the heart of the capital, bringing together a broad range of films and events under one roof. Expanded and renamed BFI Southbank in 2007, the building continues to serve as a much-loved haven for cinema lovers in the heart of London, and is the home of the BFI Shop.

This set includes:

National Film Theatre Pin Badge

The original NFT sign was a distinctive part of the original building and can still be seen on the South West side of the bridge. Now listed, the famous sign was recently restored to its original glory, with added illumination! This lovely enamel metal pin badge recreates the much loved geometric design in wearable form. (RRP £5.00)

National Film Theatre Metallic Print Tote Bag

This tote bag features the pattern which adorned the screen shutter in the original NFT 1 auditorium. At the start of a screening, the distinctive shutter would retract mechanically to reveal the screen. It also provided a distinctive backdrop to interviews with a stellar line-up of cinematic greats over the years, from Akira Kurosawa to Alfred Hitchcock. This 100% cotton tote bag is beautifully screen printed in metallic gold on black, and measures 380mm x 410mm, large enough for a 12" record. (RRP £7.00)

National Film Theatre Beanie 

This warm and stylish beanie sports the distinctive NFT motif, embroidered in full colour on black. Perfect for winter cinema outings. (RRP £10)

National Film Theatre Socks 

Is it even Christmas without socks? This eye-catching pair feature a design based on the the much-loved geometric NFT logo, with the distinctive overlapping triangle pattern interlocking around the leg. (RRP £12.99)

National Film Theatre Travel Card Wallet 

This image, taken in 1957, is of the old main entrance on the riverfront, underneath Waterloo Bridge. The hoarding above the entrance advertises that year's inaugural London Film Festival.The wallet is ideal for carrying Oyster or other travel cards, and features a BFI logo on the reverse, and two transparent card pockets inside. (RRP £3.00)

National Film Theatre Popcorn

The perfect accompaniment to classic movie viewing, this sweet microwave popcorn comes un-popped and packaged in a sleek sleeve depicting the old National Film Theatre auditorium. (RRP £2.99)

This great selection is exclusive to the BFI Shop and comes packaged in a purpose-made presentation box with magnetic closure and foiled silver BFI Logo.

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