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The 59th edition of the festival will open with the European premiere of Suffragette and close with the European premiere of Steve Jobs.
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- Documentary Competition
- First Feature Competition
- Official Competition
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London Latest Reviews
1950s Ireland: Eilis must confront a terrible dilemma — a heartbreaking choice between two men and two countries.
An candid portrait of American icon Robert "Evel" Knievel and his legacy.
Following her father's suicide and breaking up with her boyfriend, Catherine seeks refuge with her friend Virginia, but the young woman's shaky grasp on reality strains their relationship to breaking point.
En route to meeting with his estranged daughter, a broken, ageing comedian plays a string of dead-end shows in the Mojave Desert.
The story of a Sri Lankan Tamil warrior who flees to France and ends up working as a caretaker outside Paris.
A composer and a film director staying in an Alpine hotel find themselves under unexpected pressure.
Life for siblings on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
A supermarket guard faces a moral quandry.
A department-store clerk who dreams of a better life falls for an older, married woman.
In a dystopian near future, single people are obliged to find a matching mate in 45 days or are transformed into animals and released into the woods.
London Film Festival Features
London Film Festival News
The first resistance Oliver Hirschbiegel on 13 Minutes, Nazis and Georg Elser's assassination attempt on Hitler.
Keitel - a man for all seasons Youth star Harvey on Sorrentino, Campion and Scorsese.
Subverting old tales from the future, part 2 Crumbs director Miguel Llansó on the "other Spanish cinema" and what's next for him.
Udo Kier's life on the dark side Cult star on playing evil, Fassbinder, Von Trier and Van Sant.
Subverting old tales from the future, part 1 Crumbs director Miguel Llansó on making an anti-Cinderella.
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