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10 articles available in total starting from 08/09/2021. Last article published on 21/10/2021.

Russell Owen  • Director of Shepherd

Interview: Russell Owen • Director of Shepherd

"There is no better magician than a good casting director"

The British director’s take on the same Welsh legend that inspired Robert Eggers' The Lighthouse gives the story a new, unique twist  

21/10 | London 2021

Review: Passing

Review: Passing

Rebecca Hall adapts Nella Larsen’s classic text of the Harlem Renaissance, focusing on the practice of racial passing  

20/10 | London 2021

Review: Hide and Seek

Review: Hide and Seek

Victoria Fiore’s documentary offers a striking and heartbreaking view of life in Naples from the perspective of a 12-year-old boy  

20/10 | London 2021

Michael Pearce  • Director of Encounter

Interview: Michael Pearce • Director of Encounter

“I wanted to explore that coming-of-age moment when you become a peer to your parent”

We talked to the British director about his film, which stars Riz Ahmed as a father determined to save his two sons from an alien invasion  

18/10 | London 2021

Playground and Hit the Road win big at BFI London

Playground and Hit the Road win big at BFI London

Laura Wandel’s film has scooped the Sutherland Award in the First Feature Competition, while Panah Panahi’s feature won the Best Film Award in the Official Competition  

18/10 | London 2021 | Awards

Review: The Phantom of the Open

Review: The Phantom of the Open

Mark Rylance is the phantom haunting the snootiest golf courses in the land with his mediocre playing skills, in this amiable Brit-com from Craig Roberts  

14/10 | London 2021

Review: Belfast

Review: Belfast

Kenneth Branagh leaves Shakespeare and Hollywood blockbusters behind to make his most personal work to date, a childhood memoir about growing up in Belfast amidst The Troubles  

14/10 | London 2021

Review: Encounter

Review: Encounter

British helmer Michael Pearce follows up his BAFTA-winning debut, Beast, with this taut US-set sci-fi, toplined by Riz Ahmed  

11/10 | London 2021

The BFI London Film Festival announces the line-up of its second Works-in-Progress showcase

The BFI London Film Festival announces the line-up of its second Works-in-Progress showcase

The initiative will offer first looks at seven new projects being made by emerging British talents  

05/10 | London 2021 | Works-in-Progress

The BFI London Film Festival returns to its prior pomp for its 65th edition

The BFI London Film Festival returns to its prior pomp for its 65th edition

A total of 159 features will play at the annual October gathering in the UK’s capital, with 21 of them world premieres  

08/09 | London 2021

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