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London 2019

Review: Us Among the Stones

Review: Us Among the Stones

Three generations of an eccentric family meet for a reunion at their old Dartmoor home, in DR Hood’s follow-up to 2011’s Wreckers  

16/10 | London 2019

Review: I Am (Not) a Monster

Review: I Am (Not) a Monster

Nelly Ben Hayoun-Stépanian concocts a documentary about the origins of knowledge that is as whimsical as it is thought-provoking  

14/10 | London 2019

Review: Fanny Lye Deliver'd

Review: Fanny Lye Deliver'd

In the aftermath of the English Civil War, a devout Puritan family shelters a mysterious couple, in British auteur Thomas Clay’s third feature  

14/10 | London 2019

Rose Glass  • Director of Saint Maud

Interview: Rose Glass • Director of Saint Maud

“I was interested in the idea of having a film where the central relationship took place inside someone’s head”

Cineuropa caught up with British helmer Rose Glass to talk about Saint Maud, her highly acclaimed debut film that has just screened at London  

14/10 | London 2019

Monos wins the Best Film Award at the London Film Festival

Monos wins the Best Film Award at the London Film Festival

Alejandro Landes’ flick has won the top prize in the UK capital, while Atlantics scooped Best First Feature, White Riot pocketed Best Documentary and Fault Line came out on top in the shorts category  

14/10 | London 2019 | Awards

Review: Rare Beasts

Review: Rare Beasts

A twisted relationship provides the ammunition for actress Billie Piper to take patriarchy to task in this audacious debut  

09/10 | London 2019

Review: White Riot

Review: White Riot

The activist group Rock Against Racism, a key player in 1970s UK punk rock, gets a timely documentary tribute from director Rubika Shah  

08/10 | London 2019

Review: Our Ladies

Review: Our Ladies

Michael Caton-Jones brings a charming and bittersweet coming-of-age story, adapted from Alan Warner's best-selling novel The Sopranos, to London  

07/10 | London 2019

Review: The Personal History of David Copperfield

Review: The Personal History of David Copperfield

Armando Iannucci surprises with this remarkably madcap adaptation of the much-loved Charles Dickens novel  

03/10 | London 2019

The BFI London Film Festival lifts the veil on its programme

The BFI London Film Festival lifts the veil on its programme

A total of 29 world and 28 European premieres are on the agenda at the British gathering, which is set to unspool between 3 and 13 October  

29/08 | London 2019