London Film Festival
In January, amidst the Oscar buzz, the festival comes to life, championing future talent, offering different view-points, and reminding audiences why shorts are important. It's a chance to prove that short film is alive and kicking and in rude health, with the sheer diversity of work on show.
Nicole Kidman, Dev Patel just two of the stars attending this year.
Richard Linklater – Dream is Destiny How DID he commit to ‘Boyhood’? What’s the deal with his muse Ethan Hawke? Louis Black
If Richard Linklater and Jack Kerouac had a lovechild, it would probably look something like Andrea Arnold. The director of Fish Tank and Wasp returns with an unconventional, raw and all-consuming road trip odyssey, American Honey.
ho is Sacha Jenkins, how did this film come about and why was it important for you to make it? What inspired it and why is it timely now?
After 59 years, the BFI London Film Festival has earned itself a spot, alongside Toronto, Cannes and Sundance as one of the
Cate Blanchett could be adding another Oscar to her collection if the fanfare around her new film 'Carol' is to be believed
This year's London Film Festival will be launched with the European premiere of 'Suffragette', starring Carey Mulligan, Helena
The 58th London Film Festival brought us a plethora of début gems and world premières, exploring the ebbs and flows of life. Here we take a look at some of the lesser-known highlights, and the fresh perspectives that they offer.
Jon Stewart is one of the most revered television personalities in America and judging by the reception he received at the Debate Gala of his new film, Rosewater, he's held in equally as high regard this side of the Atlantic.