Wrap your gifts up in cinematic style with this premium National Film Theatre wrapping paper, produced exclusively for the BFI.
The precursor of BFI Southbank,The National Film Theatre (NFT) was designed in 1957 by Norman Engleback and constructed in just 15 months. This wrapping paper features the distinctive black and gold wallpaper pattern which adorned the screen shutter in the original NFT 1 auditorium. At the start of a screening, the shutter would retract to reveal the screen. It provided a backdrop to interviews with a stellar line-up of cinematic greats over the years, from Akira Kurosawa to Alfred Hitchcock (pictured).
The pattern is printed in metallic gold and jet black on 100% recycled 115 gsm paper. Sheets sold individually. Sheets measure 696 x 496mm and are shipped rolled.
The BFI is a registered charity which supports, promotes and preserves film, television and moving image in the UK. Every sheet of wrapping paper purchased helps support the work of the BFI.