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London Film Festival 2021: The best of the rest of the fest

With over 150 features in this year’s programme, inevitably some of the best films in…

Wild Indian – BFI London Film Festival Review

It’s 1988, and Native American child Makwa (Phoenix Wilson) is bullied at home and bullied…

The Odd Job Men – BFI London Film Festival Review

It’s Moha’s (Mohamed Mellali) first day working at a handyman company, and his new colleague…

Drive My Car – BFI London Film Festival Review

Actor-director Yusuke (Hidetoshi Nishijima) and his screenwriter wife Oto (Reika Kirishima) have been together for…

Cannon Arm and the Arcade Quest – BFI London Film Festival Review

A lot of information is thrown at you very quickly in Danish documentary Cannon Arm…

5 films to watch at BFI London Film Festival 2021

Well, it’s that time once again: the London Film Festival is back for its 65th…

5 of the best films from this year’s BFI London Film Festival

Well, there we have it. So ends what was surely the strangest edition of the…

Limbo – BFI London Film Festival Review

In a dingy house in the remotest part of a remote Scottish island, four refugees…

Undine – BFI London Film Festival Review

We arrive in the middle of a break-up. Undine (Paula Beer) and Johannes (Jacob Matschenz)…

180 Degree Rule – BFI London Film Festival Review

For half an hour, 180 Degree Rule is a solid Iranian drama. We meet Sara…

Herself – BFI London Film Festival Review

Finally, she’s had enough. The last beating was the last straw: Sandra (Clare Dunne) and…

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…