London Film Festival 2011

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Weekend and Wild Bill
Dreams Of A Life (Country: UK, Ireland; Year: 2011; Director: Carol Morley; Writer: Carol Morley; Stars: Zawe Ashton, Alix Luka-Cain, Alistair Abrahams, Mandy Allen, Prue Almond, Kim Bacon, Daniel Roberts, William Barthorpe, Alison Campsie, Catherine Clarke, Michael Davies, Alton Edwards, Jerome Everette, Lynne Featherstone, David Gibbs)
The intriguing story of a woman discovered in a London flat three years after her death.
How To Re-Establish A Vodka Empire (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Daniel Edelstyn; Writer: Daniel Edelstyn; Stars: Hilary Powell, Anthony Styles, Conrad Asquith, Dan Edelstyn)
A documentary maker exploring his family history uncovers a story that prompts him to take a on a life-changing business venture.
Junkhearts (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Tinge Krishnan; Writer: Simon Frank; Stars: Eddie Marsan, Candese Reid, Tom Sturridge, Romola Garai, Shaun Dooley)
An unlikely group of people are drawn together by shared loneliness.
Lawrence of Belgravia (Country: UK; Year: 2008; Director: Paul Kelly; Writer: None; Stars: None)
Felt. Denim. Go-Kart Mozart. We love Lawrence forever!
Lotus Eaters (Country: UK; Year: 2010; Director: Alexandra McGuinness; Writer: Brendan Grant, Alexandra McGuinness; Stars: Benn Northover, Katrena Rochell, Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Alex Wyndham, Liam Browne, Johnny Flynn, Amber Anderson, Luke Brandon Field, Daisy Lewis, Hamed Arif, Gina Bramhill, Danielle Victoria Sambrook, Nicola Martin, Cynthia Fortune Ryan, Chloe Jenden), Official Site
Bright young things of London’s social elite in self-destructive path.
The Somnambulists The Somnambulists
The Somnambulists and Dreams Of A Life
Shock Head Soul (Country: UK, Netherlands; Year: 2011; Director: Simon Pummell; Writer: Simon Pummell, Helen Taylor-Robinson; Stars: Hugo Koolschijn, Anniek Pfeifer, Thom Hoffman)
Documentary, drama and animation combine to tell the remarkable story of a successful lawyer possessed by psychotic visions.
SKET (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Nirpal Bhogal; Writer: Nirpal Bhogal; Stars: Aimee Kelly, Riann Steele, Emma Hartley-Miller, Lily Loveless, Ashley Walters)
A bold and visceral urban drama that doesn't pull its punches.
The Somnambulists (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Richard Jobson; Writer: Richard Jobson; Stars: Jack Monaghan, Michael Nardone, Jack O’Connell, Rhodri Lewis, Belinda Everett, Paul Thornley, Tom Padley, Johnathan Kerrigan, Alan Mckenna, David Fynn, Tobi Bakare, Joseph Creeth, Steven Robertson, Jessye Romeo, Scott Arthur)
Richard Jobson's committed, imaginative response to our collective apathy to the war in Iraq.
Strawberry Fields (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Frances Lea; Writer: Frances Lea, Judith Johnson; Stars: Anna Madeley, Christine Bottomley, Emun Elliott, Philip Martin Brown, Florence Bell)
An inventive melodrama referencing Tennessee Williams and A Streetcar Named Desire, a complex story of lust, rivalry and liberation in Kent countryside.
Wreckers (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: D R Hood; Writer: D R Hood; Stars: Claire Foy, Benedict Cumberbatch, Shaun Evans, Peter McDonald)
The debut feature from Dictynna Hood is a haunting tale of secrets and lies in the English countryside.
Junkhearts Junkhearts
Junkhearts and How To Re-Establish A Vodka Empire
Weekend (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Andrew Haigh; Writer: Andrew Haigh; Stars: Tom Cullen, Chris New)
A one-night stand turns into something altogether more unexpected in Andrew Haigh's heartfelt love story.
Wild Bill (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Dexter Fletcher; Writer: Tim Cole, Dexter Fletcher, Danny King; Stars: Charlie Creed-Miles, Will Poulter, Liz White, Sammy Williams, Leo Gregory, Andy Serkis)
A fresh-out-of-jail ex-con, finds himself landed with taking care of his kids... whether they like it or not.

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