Danny Boyle's 127 Hours closed London Film Festival Danny Boyle's 127 Hours closed London Film Festival

The 54th London Film Festival will run from October 13 to 28. The Opening Night film was Never Let Me Go, directed by Mark Romanek, and Danny Boyle's 127 Hours drew the festival to a close.

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The Trip
The Trip
A comic road trip through the north of England.
Silent Souls
Silent Souls
Two friends travel across Russia hoping to bury the dead wife of one of them where she and her husband spent their honeymoon.
Poetry
Poetry
A grandmother discovers poetry and begins to reassess the world around her.
Spork
Spork
Foul-mouthed, musical coming-of-age tale
Life, Above All
Life, Above All
A 12-year-old girl struggles to protect her family as her stepfather descends into alcoholism and her mother becomes increasingly ill, in a small town full of prejudice and hostility.
Everything Must Go
Everything Must Go
Tale of a middle-aged suburbanite whose life is crumbling.
The Princess Of Montpensier
The Princess Of Montpensier
A story of forbidden love set against the religious wars between Catholics and Protestants in the 16th century. Plus, read our with Bertrand Tavernier.
13 Assassins
13 Assassins
A retired samurai has to assemble a squad of assassins and set a town-sized trap.
Film Socialisme
Film Socialisme
A group of passengers on a cruise ship wrestle with existential questions.
The First Grader
The First Grader
The story of an 84-year-old Kenyan man's fight for education and equality.
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