Restoration set for London Film Festival; Baahubali: The Conclusion to play in BFI’s upcoming Indian film programme.
Submissions now open for 61st edition of LFF.
Daniel Mays and Mark Gatiss star in story about 1967 Sexual Offences Act.
The festival is retaining its June slot and will return to Picturehouse Central.
LFF Awards winners include Kelly Reichardt; audience attendance increases 18% from 2015 to record-breaking 184,700.
Panelists spotlighted freedom of movement as one of several concerns about a post-Brexit Britain.
EXCLUSIVE: Distributor adds feature animation to LFF slate that also includes Toni Erdmann and Paterson.
New BFI research reaffirms alarming diversity trends.
Mongolia-set feature is set to play at London Film Festival.
Dickson Leach’s debut feature The Levelling plays in competition at LFF.
Michael Sheen will host this year’s London Film Festival awards ceremony.
UK CEO of Studiocanal to open 10th edition of industry event.
Fifteen of Britain’s up and coming film-makers to attend five-day professional development programme.
EXCLUSIVE: The Heymann Brothers latest feature is set to play at next month’s BFI London Film Festival.
Park Chan-wook also added to line-up; latest Lav Diaz and Errol Morris features join festival programme.
A jury featuring John Hurt will decide which film-maker benefits from the $65,000 (£50,000) prize.
Before The Flood, executive produced by Martin Scorsese, to get European premiere in London.
Headlining the BFI London Film Festival’s industry strand, the event will spotlight challenges for black film talent.
Film follows Grammy-nominated British rock band Wolf Alice on tour.
La La Land, The Birth Of A Nation, Arrival and Snowden announced as headline galas; new venue to be built on London’s Embankment; official competition will include Elle, Moonlight, Una and Neruda.
The BFI London Film Festival is to host the European premiere of Nate Parker’s awards hopeful The Birth Of A Nation.
Decorated VFX artist Dennis Muren will discuss his work on the Star Wars franchise during London Film Fesival session.
The 12 Years A Slave director will be presented with the honour at this year’s LFF awards ceremony.
Stars expected to attend UK premiere of true life survival story.
Action thriller, starring Oscar-winner Brie Larson and Cillian Murphy, to receive European premiere at LFF.
Disney and ESPN collaboration starring Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo will get a gala screening.
Drama starring David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike to receive European premiere at LFF.
UK and Ireland Screen Stars Of Tomorrow have previously showcased Benedict Cumberbatch, John Boyega and Emily Blunt.
Camera d’Or winner Divines gets a worldwide release on Netflix in November.
Co-founders Rachel Robey and Al Clark talk about their latest feature, which plays in LFF’s First Feature competition.
Una premeired at Telluride and will play in Official Competition at LFF next month.
In its 60th anniversary year, the BFI London Film Festival (Oct 5-16) is expanding its programme, venues and industry events. Nikki Baughan reports.
Dir. Daniel Gordon. UK, 2016, 90 mins.
Dir: Izu Ojukwu. Nigeria, 2016. 116 mins
Dir: Marco Danieli, Italy. 2016.
Dir. Roger Mainwood. UK/Luxembourg, 2016, 94 minutes
Dir: Shola Amoo. UK, 2016, 74 minutes
Dir. Sean Foley. UK, 2016, 89 mins.
Dir. Bavo Defurne. Belgium-France-Luxembourg, 2016, 90 minutes
Dir: Shinkai Makoto. 2016. Japan. 106 mins
Dir. Michael Winterbottom. UK, 2016, 120 mins
Dir. Peter Foott. Ireland, 2016, 84 minutes
Dirs: Khushboo Ranka, Vinay Shukla. 2016. India. 95 mins
Dir. Erik Skjoldbjaerg. Norway, 2016. 97mins.
Dir: Bartosz M. Kowalski. Poland, 2016, 82 mins