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Hometown films fall under London festival spotlight

Two British films will book-end the forthcoming edition of the Regus London Film Festival (RLFF) (Nov 6-21). Stephen Frears' provocative Dirty Pretty Things, which appeared in competition at Venice, is set as the festival's opening night film, while Thaddeus O'Sullivan's Helena Bonham-Carter starring The Heart Of Me will get its European premiere on the closing night."We're thrilled to be opening and closing the festival with films which offer two radically different ...

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