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London 2018

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Review: Sometimes Always Never

Review: Sometimes Always Never

From a Frank Cottrell-Boyce script, Carl Hunter makes a stylish debut film about grief, family – and Scrabble  

25/10/2018 | London 2018

Review: Étangs Noirs

Review: Étangs Noirs

The debut feature by Belgian filmmakers Timeau De Keyser and Pieter Du-moulin is a minimalistic and enigmatic story in an urban setting, harking back to the works of the Dardenne brothers  

24/10/2018 | London 2018

Review: Only You

Review: Only You

Harry Wootliff’s debut feature takes a conventional romance and morphs it into a tale about childless couples  

24/10/2018 | London 2018

Review: The White Crow

Review: The White Crow

Ralph Fiennes’ third directorial outing recounts the defection of Russian dancer Rudolf Nureyev as a Cold War ballet  

24/10/2018 | London 2018

Review: Stan & Ollie

Review: Stan & Ollie

Steve Coogan and John C Reilly get into a fine mess in Jon S Baird’s touching portrait of comedians living on past glories  

23/10/2018 | London 2018

Review: Lords of Chaos

Review: Lords of Chaos

In telling the story of Norwegian black-metal band Mayhem, Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund makes his most traditional film yet  

23/10/2018 | London 2018

Review: Happy New Year, Colin Burstead

Review: Happy New Year, Colin Burstead

British director Ben Wheatley revels in a festive family drama in his most conventional film yet  

22/10/2018 | London 2018

Joy wins Best Film in the 62nd BFI London Film Festival’s Official Competition

Joy wins Best Film in the 62nd BFI London Film Festival’s Official Competition

Girl has won the Sutherland Award in the First Feature Competition, while What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire? scooped the Grierson Award in the Documentary Competition  

22/10/2018 | London 2018 | Awards

Review: Outlaw King

Review: Outlaw King

Scottish helmer David MacKenzie is at London with a shorter cut of his movie about how Robert the Bruce went from being an aristocratic lord to an outlaw  

19/10/2018 | London 2018

Review: The Fight

Review: The Fight

British actress Jessica Hynes’ directorial debut is a family drama that rolls with the punches  

19/10/2018 | London 2018

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