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The 55th London Film Festival reaches its climax tonight with the gala screening of Terence Davies’ screen adaptation of Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea. Last night, however, was the festival’s occasion to hand out its gongs. Comedian Marcus Brigstocke … Continue reading
Check out some of the highlights from the BFI London Film Festival‘s first weekend – including Woody Harrelson re-teaming with his director (Oren Moverman) and co-star (Ben Foster) from The Messenger for dirty-cop crime movie Rampart; African-American filmmaker Dee Rees’s … Continue reading
The 55th BFI London Film Festival kicks off tonight with 360, Fernando Meirelles’ globetrotting 21st-century take on Arthur Schnitzler’s classic play La Ronde. City of God director Meirelles has teamed up with Frost/Nixon writer Peter Morgan and a stellar cast … Continue reading
55th BFI London Film Festival – 10 films we can’t wait to see & tips on how to get tickets for the rest
This year’s BFI London Film Festival kicks off in three weeks’ time and, as usual, there’s a staggering lineup of films and special events to choose from, including over 200 features and 110 shorts, 13 world premieres, 18 international premieres … Continue reading