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    London Film Festival Releases a Stellar Lineup for 2018

    News has been slow on the London Film Festival but today they’ve done a lot to add new films to their lineup. We’ve known a few of the films at the festival for some time, including “Widows” and “Stan & Ollie” as the opener and closer respectively.  With their unveiling of films, a news day that should have […] More

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    Top 10: Awards Season’s Most Important Film Festivals

    WATCH THE TOP 10 VIDEO ABOVE OR BELOW! Awards season sits firmly at our doorstep as the first of the fall festivals begins with the Venice Film Festival on August 29.  As we emerge from the summer months, films like “BlacKkKlansman,” “Hereditary,” and “Avengers: Infinity War” hope to hold onto any type of Oscar buzz […] More

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    Peter Jackson WWI Doc ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ Sets London Film Festival Premiere

    There are some directors who have the vision to take on projects with an epic scale. One of those directors has always been Peter Jackson. Jackson first made a name for himself in horror films “Bad Taste” and “Dead Alive” in the 1980s and 1990s. After “Heavenly Creatures” in 1994, there was hope Jackson could become […] More

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    Director Luca Guadagnino Already Developing Sequel to ‘Call Me By Your Name’

    “Call Me By Your Name” is set for release Nov. 24, but director Luca Guadagnino is already working on a sequel. Guadagnino recently revealed during an interview at the BFI London Film Festival that a follow up film will follow a format similar to Richard Linklater’s “Before” trilogy, picking up the narrative three years later. […] More

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    BFI London Film Festival Reveals Lineup, Including Nate Parker’s ‘Birth of a Nation’

    The BFI London Film Festival announced its lineup today. The 12 day fest, which runs Oct. 5-16, has revealed its full list, which includes Nate Parker’s “Birth of a Nation.” The festival is massive, with 193 fiction and 52 documentary features, including 18 World Premieres, 8 International Premieres and 39 European Premieres. In addition, there will also […] More

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    BFI London Film Festival 2015: Final Ranking

    And so the 2015 London Film Festival finally comes to a close, thanks to all who have been following my coverage here. The official festival period for the public was from October 7th to October 18th but I’m counting every film I watched from when they started press screenings to when their stream system went inactive; […] More

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    LFF Film Review: Carol (★★★½)

    BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL: It’s an inevitability that Carol will face categorisation as an LGBT film, but that’s not the limits of how it should be considered. It’s simply a heartfelt and deeply human love story where the principle couple confronts insurmountable odds. In Carol’s case, these obstacles are the prejudices of the time and culture […] More

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    LFF Film Review: Green Room (★★½)

    BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL: Besides the notable cast, Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room is most likely closer to his 2007 horror comedy Murder Party than his sleeper 2014 thriller Blue Ruin. One of the most pleasant surprises of last year, it was very nice to see that Saulnier managed to gather up a follow-up in a […] More

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    LFF Film Review: Right Now, Wrong Then (★★★)

    BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL: Right Now, Wrong Then is a film of two distinct halves. In 2 days of the life of a filmmaker, Ham Cheon-soo, in town a day early for a screening of his latest work at a local film festival. He meets a younger woman, Yoon Hee-Jeong, and immediately falls for her. She’s […] More

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    LFF Film Review: Virgin Mountain (★★★½)

    BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL: Dagur Kári is one of the most talented Icelandic directors of the century. His gorgeous and tragic 2003 debut feature Noi the Albino is one of my favourite films, not just of its year or the last decade but all-time. He followed it up two years later with the very good but not […] More

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