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London 2016

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Free Fire: Having a laugh in a bloody shootout

Free Fire: Having a laugh in a bloody shootout

A deal to buy a stash of guns descends into a hellish bloodbath in Ben Wheatley’s gripping action-comedy  

18/10/2016 | London 2016

Certain Women, Raw triumph in London

Certain Women, Raw triumph in London

Starless Dreams takes documentary prize  

17/10/2016 | London 2016 | Awards

Their Finest: A burst of feminism and optimism, both on- and off-screen

Their Finest: A burst of feminism and optimism, both on- and off-screen

Danish director Lone Scherfig returns to the United Kingdom for this classy period drama set in London  

14/10/2016 | London 2016

Trespass Against Us: A thrilling traveller's tale

Trespass Against Us: A thrilling traveller's tale

An outlaw struggles to leave his criminal life and domineering father behind in Adam Smith’s feature debut  

14/10/2016 | London 2016

Rediscovering French joie de vivre while Lost in Paris

Rediscovering French joie de vivre while Lost in Paris

The Belgian-Canadian duo of Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon are back with just as daring and ludicrous a comedy as their previous ventures  

14/10/2016 | London 2016

The Autopsy of Jane Doe: The dead have their secrets too

The Autopsy of Jane Doe: The dead have their secrets too

A seemingly dead corpse proves to be a hell of a lot of trouble for coroner Tommy Tilden and his son, Austin, in André Øvredal’s first English-language film  

13/10/2016 | London 2016

Layla M: An honest and courageous drama taking a look at radical Islam

Layla M: An honest and courageous drama taking a look at radical Islam

Screened in competition at the BFI London Film Festival, Mijke de Jong’s latest film cleverly blends a study on Islamisation with the difficulties of becoming an adult  

12/10/2016 | London 2016

Una: A brave adaptation that sparks and sizzles on screen

Una: A brave adaptation that sparks and sizzles on screen

Benedict Andrews' feature debut and adaptation of David Harrower's play, Blackbird, is a stunning and harrowing study of anger, memory, and love  

11/10/2016 | London 2016

A United Kingdom: When personal beliefs transcend all borders

A United Kingdom: When personal beliefs transcend all borders

Based on a true story of forbidden love and political intrigue, Amma Asante, David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike present their compelling new historical romance  

10/10/2016 | London 2016

The Levelling: An unassuming family drama

The Levelling: An unassuming family drama

Hope Dickson Leach scripts and directs her first feature about a rural family in throes of tragedy  

07/10/2016 | London 2016

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