london film festival

London Film Festival  is around the corner! We are so excited to be covering the 61st edition of the festival.
We will offer reviews and interviews from the red carpet!

BFI London film festival 2017 in partnership with American Express® is the annual film festival held in London, where you can see the world’s best new films! Organized by the British Film Institute. this year it takes place from the 4th of October till 15th of October. 

The festival starts with the romantic movie called Breathe at the opening night gala and finishes off with the funny drama movie called ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri at the closing gala.

The center of activity of the BFI London film festival 2017 is in and around Leicester Square, but the festival also takes place in local movie houses all over London. Besides watching the latest movies you can also take masterclasses with filmmakers, go to talks and do workshops!

BFI London film festival 2017 is the UK’s leading and most prestigious film festival, representing one of the first opportunities for audiences – both the UK public and film industry professionals – to see the very best new films from across the globe, alongside an events programme with some of the world’s most inspiring creative talents. This year, the Festival will host 28 World Premieres, 9 International Premieres and 34 European Premieres and will welcome a stellar line up of cast and crew for many of the films.
The 242 feature programmes screening at the Festival include: 46 documentaries, 6 animations, 14 archive restorations and 16 artists’ moving image features. The programme also includes 128 short films, and 67 countries are represented across short film and features.

Alongside the Galas, Special Presentations and films in Competitions, the Festival will show a thrilling range of new cinema in sections Love, Debate, Laugh, Dare, Thrill, Cult, Journey, Experimenta and Family – which provide pathways for audiences to navigate the programme. In 2017, the LFF presents a new strand, Create, featuring films that celebrate artistic practice in all its channels and forms the electricity of the creative process, reflecting London’s position as one of the world’s leading creative cities.

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