BFI London Film Festival

5 films to watch at BFI London Film Festival 2020

Like every event that has managed to still go ahead in one form or another…

BFI London Film Festival 2019: The Best Of The Fest

That’s all folks. With the 63rd London Film Festival over for another year, here are…

A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood – BFI London Film Festival Review

Two years ago, I didn’t know who Fred Rogers was. Slowly, but very surely, reports…

The Irishman – BFI London Film Festival Review

“It is what it is” is almost comedic in its delivery in The Irishman. Robert…

Jacob, Mimmi and the Talking Dogs – BFI London Film Festival Review

It happens at least once a festival – maybe more, if you’re lucky. You come…

Sister – BFI London Film Festival Review

Rayna (Monika Naydenova) is a girl who can’t stop crying wolf. She lives with her…

Rare Beasts – BFI London Film Festival Review

British audiences of a certain age will know Billie Piper from the halcyon days of…

Nocturnal – BFI London Film Festival Review

Pete (Cosmo Jarvis) and Laurie (Lauren Coe) are kindred spirits. Neither have any friends, both…

End Of The Century – BFI London Film Festival Review

When we first meet Ocho (Juan Barberini) and Javi (Ramon Pujol), it’s as they hook…

Adolescents – BFI London Film Festival Review

Anaïs and Emma are two regular girls who live in a small French town. Anaïs…

Marriage Story – BFI London Film Festival Review

Marriage Story must simultaneously showcase the destructive, permanent process of divorce against the reality of a…

Jojo Rabbit – BFI London Film Festival Review

Jojo Rabbit is trying to be a perfect combination of poignant satire and uproarious comedy,…