Royal Film Performance
The Royal Film Performance, run by The Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund, showcases a major film premiere which is attended by members of the British Royal Family. The proceeds from the event enable The Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund to offer financial support to people from the film, cinema and television industries who encounter accident, illness, bereavement or unemployment.
The first Royal Command Film Performance was A Matter of Life and Death in 1946. The most recent performance on 5 December 2013 featured Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, based on the life of Nelson Mandela, and directed by Justin Chadwick.
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