Certain Women was named Best Film Certain Women was named Best Film

The 60th edition of the festival ran from October 5 to 16. It will open with A United Kingdom and close with Free Fire.

Additional headline galas include, A Monster Calls, La La Land and Snowden.

Kelly Reichardt's Certain Women was named Best Film and Julia Ducournau won the Sutherland Prize for her debut Raw. Mehrdad Oskouei's Starless Dreams was named Best Documentary. Read about all the winners here.

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Goldstone
Goldstone
An indigenous detective arrives in a frontier town on the hunt for a missing person.
Mindhorn
Mindhorn
A fading actor aims to redeem himself by turning private eye and catching a killer.
The Salesman
The Salesman
Forced out of their apartment, Emad and Rana move into a new flat. An incident linked to the previous tenant will dramatically change the young couple’s life.
Ears, Nose And Throat
Ears, Nose And Throat
A woman unburdens herself about a horrific event she witnessed.
Heal The Living
Heal The Living
Drama about lives connected by an organ transplant.
Zoology
Zoology
A quiet, middle-aged zoo employee wakes up to discover that she has grown a tail.
The Student
The Student
A teenager becomes a religious zealot and mounts a campaign against his biology teacher.
Nocturama
Nocturama
One morning in Paris. A fistful of adolescents, from different backgrounds. Individually, they begin a strange dance through the labyrinth of the metro and the streets of the capital. They seem to be following a plan.
Divines
Divines
Story of an Arabic drug dealer in a Parisian ghetto.
Frantz
Frantz
In the aftermath of WWI, a young German who grieves the death of her fiancé in France meets a mysterious French man who visits the fiancé's grave to lay flowers.
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London Film Festival Features

Portrait of a Lady
William Oldroyd on austerity and colour-blind casting in his debut Lady Macbeth.
Huppert - the actress who knows no fear
Elle star on working with Verhoeven, awards and the gift of confidence
The X factor
Stephen Kijak on his career and rockumentary We Are X.
The view from the mountain
Cristian Mungiu talks about honesty, guilt and Graduation.
The outsider's story
Amma Asante on exploring otherness in A United Kingdom.
A formidable woman
Rosamund Pike on playing Ruth Williams in A United Kingdom.
A duck to water
Paul Schneider on types of actor, Ibsen, and The Daughter.
Soaring ambition
Otto Bell on shooting The Eagle Huntress and the remarkable star of his documentary.
Making a killing, part 2
Billy O’Brien on serendipity and the making of I Am Not A Serial Killer.
A European success
Maren Ade and Sandra Hüller on award winner Toni Erdmann.
Making a killing, part 1
Billy O’Brien on I Am Not A Serial Killer and how he became a filmmaker.
Magnetism of Magnus
Benjamin Ree on the challenges and rewards of his chess documentary.
Finding faith
Eugène Green on fathers, donkeys and Son Of Joseph.
Inside and out
Kleber Mendonça Filho on Aquarius and a changing world.
Capturing the dance
Sergei Polunin and Steven Cantor on David LaChapelle, family and Project Polunin.
In-between moments
Kristen Stewart and Kelly Reichardt on Certain Women.
A study of clumsiness
Kenneth Lonergan on Manchester By The Sea and moments when life doesn't cooperate.
Bertrand Tavernier's odyssey
The director discusses A Journey Through French Cinema.
On pointe
Sergei Polunin and Steven Cantor on Dancer.
Stone: US state security way beyond East German Stasi
Snowden director and stars talk about whistleblowing, terrorism and biopic.
Kristen - spirited away by Assayas
Twilight star on ghosts, communication and energies.
Noting the difference
Composers Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans talk about Christine, Frank & Lola and The Fits.

London Film Festival News

Certain Women takes top prize at LFF
Raw and Starless Dreams also honoured.
London Film Festival announces full programme
Line-up includes 18 world premieres.
Free Fire to close London Film Festival
Ben Wheatley's film will
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