From the BFI with love this fall as London’s BFI and IMAX will mark sixty cinematic years of Bond, James Bond. Over three days (September 30th, October 1st and 2nd 2022), the capital’s movie hub will celebrate six decades of 007 with a series of screenings and events.


Friday September 30 2022

1815 / Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson In Conversation / NFT 1

2040 / DR. NO / 4k

Saturday 1st October

1130 / THE SPY WHO LOVED ME – 45th anniversary – 125min 4K

1445 / Bond Stunt / VFX Panel

1700 / Preview: THE SOUND OF 007 Documentary + Q&A

2015 / THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS – 35th Anniversary Screening – 130min – 4K


Sunday 2nd October 2022

1230 / SKYFALL – IMAX DMR – 143min

1600 / SPECTRE – IMAX DMR – 148min

1950 / NO TIME TO DIE – IMAX DMR 3D – 163min


For more details, tickets and timings for the BFI’s Bond Weekender

Daniel Craig by Robert McGinnis / Art © Mark O’Connell

To mark the celebrations the BFI also awarded Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson the valued BFI Fellowship. This honour marked the decades of support, employment and support that Wilson and Broccoli have brought to British film production and exhibition. The Fellowship was awarded at a special reception at London’s Claridge’s on June 28 2022.

“I am honoured and excited to be awarding Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli with the prestigious BFI Fellowship. I can think of no-one else more deserving particularly as we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the incredibly successful James Bond franchise. With amazing insight and vision Michael and Barbara have not only re-invented Bond for today’s audiences, but No Time to Die arrived at exactly the right moment to welcome those audiences back to the big screen experience as never before. As equally, if not more, important is their commitment to our industry away from the spotlight, where they work tirelessly to open doors for others by playing a huge part in educating, supporting and inspiring the next generation of film makers.”

Tim Richards, BFI Chair

Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli are deeply proud of the accolade and subsequent celebrations. The BFI has been a perfectly located and celebratory hub of James Bond over the years. In 2009 the Southbank centre of cinema held a rich season marking the centenary of Bond legend Albert R. Broccoli (including a quite memorable screening of 1962’s Dr. No to a room full of Bond legends hosted by Roger Moore in April 2009). Countless Bond film screenings and Q & A sessions have sold out there and a September 2019 Bond Day event included three classic 007 adventures back on the big screen and with Bond director John Glen and OHMSS star George Lazenby in attendance.

Photo / Mark O’Connell

‘We are so proud to be awarded the BFI Fellowship on behalf of all of those who have been a part of the James Bond series over 60 years and feel honoured to join such an esteemed group of distinguished industry fellows. We are very grateful to so many members of the British film industry who we have worked with over the course of our careers and thank the British Film Institute for their tremendous support and leadership for the creative industries in the UK.’

– Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli