The Imitation Game will open the festival The Imitation Game will open the festival

The full programme for the 58th edition of the festival has been announced. It opened on October 8 with The Imitation Game and closed on October 19 with Fury.

This year's festival will feature 16 world premieres, nine international premieres, 38 European premieres and 19 archive films including two restoration world premieres. The Best Film Award will again be handed out in Official Competition, the Sutherland Award in the First Feature Competition and the Grierson Award in Documentary Competition. There is also an award for Best British Newcomer.

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Spring
Spring
A grieving man falls for a woman with a dark secret.
Exit
Exit
A woman struggling to cope with middle age makes an unexpected connection with an injured man.
Jauja
Jauja
A dad and daughter's odyssey into a desert.
Wild Life
Wild Life
A father tries to raise his two sons away from civilisation.
Phoenix
Phoenix
A disfigured concentration camp survivor searches Berlin for her husband.
Stray Dog
Stray Dog
Portrait of American war vet and biker Ronnie ‘Stray Dog’ Hall.
Métamorphoses
Métamorphoses
Modern-day version of the Ovid tales of transformation.
The Duke Of Burgundy
The Duke Of Burgundy
The relationship of a couple in a sado-masochistic relationship comes under strain.
Moomins On The Riviera
Moomins On The Riviera
The Finnish favourites go on an adventure.
Black Coal, Thin Ice
Black Coal, Thin Ice
A detective falls in love with a woman linked to the murder victims of his current investigation.
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London Film Festival Features

Girl power hits the streets of Paris
Céline Sciamma on sex, desire and friendship.
Two's company
Paul Eenhoorn and Earl Lynn Nelson talk about bonding and battling the elements for road trip comedy Land Ho!
Something blue, part 2
Mathieu Amalric on the dark side of The Blue Room.
Accept no imitations
Benedict Cumberbatch on playing the WWII cryptologist Alan Turing.
In fashion with Pasolini
Abel Ferrara and Willem Dafoe on clothes, movies and murder.
Something blue, part 1
Mathieu Amalric on shoes, bees and The Blue Room.
London Film Festival announces full line-up
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