Tuya's Marriage is among the films screening Tuya's Marriage is among the films screening

The 51st London Film Festival will run from October 17 to November 1 at venues across the capital.

This year's strands include French Revolutions - celebrating the best in film from across the Channel and New British Cinema - showcasing the best of the home-grown talent. Among the famous names in attendance this year are actor, director and writer Steve Buscemi, The Darjeeling Limited director Wes Anderson, cult director Robert Rodriguez and Jindabyne star Laura Linney. All this, plus the very first Fido Awards - for the best dog performance, the organisers say: "There will be dogs: some will pad home chewing on their trophies, others will leave empty pawed. Don't miss the drama." And who are we to argue?

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The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford
The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford
The title says it all...
The World Unseen
The World Unseen
Romantic drama amid the social constraints of Fifties South Africa.
Juno
Juno
A teenager finds her own way of dealing with an unplanned pregnancy.
Lions For Lambs
Lions For Lambs
Two US soldiers in Afghanistan are placed in jeopardy as politicians, journalists and academics battle it out back home.
The Flight Of The Red Balloon
The Flight Of The Red Balloon
A busy mother’s young boy attracts the attention of a large balloon.
My Brother Is An Only Child
My Brother Is An Only Child
Two brothers growing up in small town Italy in the 1960s devote themselves to opposite ends of the political spectrum. Then they both fall in love with the same girl.
El Baño Del Papa
El Baño Del Papa
A man tries to build a public loo to cash in on a Papal visit.
Zoo
Zoo
Documentary triggered by a man's death by bestiality.
Couscous
Couscous
The head of a Tunisian immigrant clan tries to realise his dream of opening a couscous restaurant.
California Dreamin' (Endless)
California Dreamin' (Endless)
A NATO transport train becomes detained at a rural station.
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London Film Festival Features

No laughing matter
Producer Chris Coen talks about remaking Funny Games.
Freeze frames
Director Asif Kapadia talks about finding the arctic location and cast for his latest film Far North.
London Film Festival: Days six to 12
More gossip from the 51st edition of the fest.
London Film Festival: Days one to six
Our diarist rounds up some of his favourite moments.
Difficulties of A Man's Job
Director Aleksi Salmenperä on controversy and his latest film.

London Film Festival News

Frost/Nixon to get world premiere in London
Film Festival to open on October 15 with Ron Howard's drama.
51st London Film Festival winners
Debut directors make splash at awards.
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