BAFTA spies corporate film screenings [ITCM]

BAFTA is set to launch spy themed conferences and events in 2012 at its home at 195 Piccadilly to conincide with Skyfall and the re-release of The Bourne Legacy in UK cinemas. BAFTA, the British Association of Film and Television Arts, is a leading venue for preview screenings and other events and according to ITCM:

With the blockbusters arriving within months of each other the venue, renowned for its glamorous connection with the silver screen, is able to provide spy theming and entertainment for events, conferences and dinners. This includes anything from martini glass table centre pieces, Bond or Bourne look-a-likes, vodka luges, casino tables and London’s best bands.

The article fails to mention Dr No‘s anniversary, which seems another big reason to celebrate but goes on to say that specially created cocktails will be served at the screenings.

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