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LONDON FILM FESTIVAL 2013

Catherine Breillat, Xavier Dolan and Clio Barnard to vie for best film

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- Competition nominees announced for the Official Competition of the 57th British Film Institute London Film Festival

Catherine Breillat, Xavier Dolan and Clio Barnard to vie for best film

Films in Official Competition at the 57th British Film Institute London Film Festival (October 9-20) are: Catherine Breillat’s Abuse Of Weakness [+see also:
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(photo - France); Richard Ayoade’s The Double [+see also:
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(UK); Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida (Poland-Denmark); Kore-Eda Hirokazu’s Like Father, Like Son (Japan); Ritesh Batra’s The Lunchbox [+see also:
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(India-Germany-France-US); Jahmil X.T Qubeka’s Of Good Report (South Africa); Peter Landesman’s Parkland (US); Ahmad Abdalla’s Rags & Tatters (Egypt); Clio Barnard’s The Selfish Giant [+see also:
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interview: Clio Barnard
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(UK); David Mackenzie’s Starred Up (UK); Xavier Dolan’s Tom At The Farm [+see also:
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(Canada-France); John Curran’s Tracks [+see also:
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(Australia-UK); and Jonathan Glazer’s Under The Skin [+see also:
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(US-UK).

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Films in consideration for the Sutherland Award in the First Feature Competition are: Chika Anadu’s B For Boy (Nigeria); Daniel Patrick Carbone’s Hide Your Smiling Faces (US); Anthony Chen’s Ilo Ilo (Singapore); John Krokidas’ Kill Your Darlings (USA); Alphan Eseli’s The Long Way Home (Turkey); Michalis Konstantatos’ Luton (Greece); Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza’s Salvo (Italy); Chloé Robichaud’s Sarah Prefers To Run (Canada); Rob Brown’s Sixteen (UK); Vivian Qu’s Trap Street (China); Fernando Franco’s Wounded (Spain); and Tom Shoval’s Youth (Israel-Germany).

Nominees for Best British Newcomer are: Conner Chapman – actor The Selfish Giant; Shaun Thomas – actor, The Selfish Giant; Destiny Ekaragha – director Gone Too Far!; Rob Brown – director, Sixteen; Jack Fishburn and Muireann Price, Producers, Love Me Till Monday; and Jonathan Asser– screenwriter Starred Up.

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