FRED is joining the 63rd BFI London Film Festival in London, U.K., from the 2nd to the 13th of October 2019.
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The leading festival in the U.K. returns for its landmark 63rd edition.
BFI London Film Festival Chief Executive Officer, Amanda Nevill, spoke to us about this year’s festival from the red carpet of the The Irishman.
British director Craig Roberts told us what inspired him to make Sally Hawkins-starring Eternal Beauty.
Yance Ford tells us about leading the jury to decide on Best Documentary Film at the BFI London Film Festival.
Actress Stephanie Kurtzuba spoke to us from the red carpet about her role in The Irishman.
Famed costume designer, Sandy Powell, shared her experience working on new Martin Scorsese film, The Irishman.
Producer Santiago A Zapata told us about winning Best Film for Monos at the BFI London Film Festival.
Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles spoke about what inspired him to make The Two Popes from the red carpet at the BFI London Film Festival.
Screenwriter Anthony McCarten told us about his inspiration for The Two Popes.
British director, Rubika Shah, told us about winning the BFI London Film Festival award for Best Documentary.
British director Wash Westmoreland spoke to us from the BFI London Film Festival premiere of Earthquake Bird about his 1989 Japan-set thriller.
Japanese actor, Naoki Kobayashi, told us about why he was drawn to the role of Teiji in Wash Westmoreland’s thriller Earthquake Bird.
An impressive film on the life of a night taxi driver in Rio de Janeiro, where contraddictions arise and the ever changing world shows its face.
We spoke to Australian writer and director, Mirrah Foulkes, about her debut feature, Judy and Punch, and heard why she wanted to make an origin-style film about the classic English puppeteers.
Jonathan Pryce talks to us about his role in The Two Popes opposite Anthony Hopkins in the new film from City of God director, Fernando Meirelles.
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.
On the red carpet for a whodunit hilarious and hyper-etertaining.
Long time friend and producer of Rian Johnson, Bergam talks about this new challenge.
British talent, Sally Hawkins, tells us about playing June in Eternal Beauty and tackling mental health on the big screen.
Imogen Poots’ take about her character in Vivariun, from the red carpet at the London Film Festival.
In one of his weirdest performances to date, Jonathan Aris sparkles in Vivarium.