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Wootton upped at BFI, Hebron upped at LFF

Adrian Wootton is stepping down as director of the London Film Festival to take up the post of deputy director of the event's parent body, the British Film Institute (BFI). His deputy, Sandra Hebron will take up the newly-created post of acting artistic director of the LFF, and is a likely candidate to take on the post permanently.

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