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BFI London Film Fest
2019-10-21
Alicia Vikander – Earthquake Bird #LFF2019

Alicia Vikander told us how playing in the cello and speaking Japanese were all in a day’s work in Wash Westmoreland’s Earthquake Bird.

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2019-10-21
Rian Johnson – Knives Out #LFF2019

On the red carpet for a whodunit hilarious and hyper-etertaining.

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2019-10-21
Ram Bergman – Knives Out #LFF2019

Long time friend and producer of Rian Johnson, Bergam talks about this new challenge.

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2019-10-21
Sally Hawkins – Eternal Beauty #LFF2019

British talent, Sally Hawkins, tells us about playing June in Eternal Beauty and tackling mental health on the big screen.

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2019-10-21
Imogen Poots – Vivarium #LFF2019

Imogen Poots’ take about her character in Vivariun, from the red carpet at the London Film Festival.

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2019-10-21
Jonathan Aris – Vivarium #LFF2019

In one of his weirdest performances to date, Jonathan Aris sparkles in Vivarium.

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2019-10-21
Lorcan Finnegan – Vivarium #LFF2019

The director of Vivarium on the red carpet of the premiere at the London Film Festival.

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2019-10-21
Alejandro Landes – Monos – Best Film Award #LFF2019

Director Alejandro Landes spoke to us about winning best film for Monos.

BFI London Film Fest
2019-10-16
Rashaad Ernesto Green – Premature #LFF2019

A coming of age in Harlem, with a naturalistic look. Poetry, love and fierceness.

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2019-10-16
Antonio Monda #RomaFF14

Not a film festival but a film feast.

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2019-10-16
Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala – The Lodge #LFF2019

Second film for the duo of Goodbye Mommy, a dark and fascinating story with its personal and unmistakable atmosphere.

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2019-10-16
Lisa Barros D’sa, Glenn Lyburn – Ordinary Love #LFF2019

A delicate and uplifting film about a couple facing cancer. Two great actors in the hands fo two directors who know what they want.

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2019-10-16
Stanley Nelson – Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool #LFF2019

The unparalleled life and work of jazz’s prince of darkness.

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2019-10-16
Michael Caton-Jones – Our Ladies #LFF2019

Six Catholic teenage choir girls cutting loose in Edinburgh.

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2019-10-16
Johnny Ma – To Live To Sing #LFF2019

A portrayal of tradition’s battle against time.

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2019-10-16
Craig Roberts – Eternal Beauty #LFF2019

A unique exploration of mental illness, starring Sally Hawkins.

BFI London Film Fest
2019-10-14
Scott Z. Burns – The Report #LFF2019

Discovering a report on the CIA’s approach to torture post 9/11 and how to turn it into a compelling drama starring Adam Driver.

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2019-10-14
Claire Oakley – Make Up #LFF2019

A journey of self-discovery and coming of age.

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2019-10-14
Sam Kelly – Savage #LFF2019

An exploration of New Zealand biker gangs.

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2019-10-14
Maura Delpero – Maternal #LFF2019

A portrait of motherhood set in a women’s refuge in Argentina.

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2019-10-14
Mariko Minoguchi – Relativity #LFF2019

A psychodrama about the notion of coincidence versus destiny.

BFI London Film Fest
2019-10-10
Michael Omonua – The Man Who Cuts Tattoos #LFF2019

The painful sacrifices made for love.

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2019-10-10
Hlynur Pálmason – A White, White Day #LFF2019

An exploration of the ravages of loss.

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2019-10-10
Gabriela Cowperthwaithe – The Friend #LFF2019

A film about friendship and kindness, in a world where it is so rare to experience it and share it without being called weirdos.

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2019-10-10
Christine Molloy, Joe Lawlor – Rose Plays Julie #LFF2019

Stylish and emotionally distant a thrilling film about searching for your natural family and the potential risks in this search.

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2019-10-10
Aoife O’Kelly – Walking With Shadows #LFF2019

Set in Nigeria, the story of a man on a path of trying to save his life from falling apart.

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2019-10-10
Hari Sama – This Is Not Berlin #LFF2019

Art as a means of self-discovery and expression.

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2019-10-10
Gerard Johnson, Cavan Clerkin – Muscle #LFF2019

A testosterone fueld thriller on a man who gets more than he bargained for when he joins a local gym.

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2019-10-10
Bora Kim – House of Hummingbird #LFF2019

A young lady’s coming-of-age in a dysfunctional Seoul family circa 1994.

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2019-10-10
Michelle Pfeiffer, Angelina Jolie – Maleficent 2: Mistress of Evil #RomaFF14

With Maleficent, Disney redefines the concept of good and evil.