Thirteen (2003)

£6 Tuesdays at the BFI.  £6 tickets sold out.  Full price tickets still available.

If July’s screening of ‘Boyhood’ was just a little too testosterone heavy for your taste, join us for the female-fuelled version of ‘teenage kicks’.

Evan Rachel Wood stars as Tracy, a 13-year old whose transition into adolescence finds her decision making quickly altering the landscape of her life, leaving her family to cope with the resulting turbulence.

Thirteen saw the directorial debut of Catherine Hardwicke, who went on to helm the first instalment of the Twilight Saga. She also co-wrote the script with Wood’s young co-star Nikki Reed. Holly Hunter also appears in film as Tracy’s mother.

Tickets can be booked (here).  £6 tickets appear in red on the seating plan.

We’ll aim to go for a drink after the screening to discuss the film.

I’ll send out an e-mail with meeting details to all those who have RSVPed shortly before the event.

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  • Valeria

    Thanks Gavin! If I had a prepubescent daughter I'd be a tiny bit scared right now...

    August 20

  • Mike

    Well acted and good direction.

    August 20

  • Farah M.

    Hi Gavin, sadly I'm not going to get to the BFI in time because of work commitments. However, look forward to seeing you and the others at some point soon.

    August 19

    • Gavin

      Sorry you couldn't make it Farah. Hope to see you at a meet soon.

      1 · August 19

  • Silvia

    excellent movie...just a very tough one

    August 19

  • David M.

    Gavin, ignore that post. I have just had a meeting cancellled. See you later. D

    August 19

  • David M.

    Gavin, I have a ticket for tonight as I now can't make it. How do I put this on the site to see if anyone wants it.

    August 19

  • Audrey

    Hello. Joined a bit late - could you send the meeting details please?

    August 19

  • Gavin

    Hi. An e-mail with meeting details has been sent out. Please let me know if you haven't received it.

    August 18

  • Versha

    Hi , I love going to cinema and theatre.

    August 13

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