The Imitation Game will open the festival The Imitation Game will open the festival

The full programme for the 58th edition of the festival has been announced. It opened on October 8 with The Imitation Game and closed on October 19 with Fury.

This year's festival will feature 16 world premieres, nine international premieres, 38 European premieres and 19 archive films including two restoration world premieres. The Best Film Award will again be handed out in Official Competition, the Sutherland Award in the First Feature Competition and the Grierson Award in Documentary Competition. There is also an award for Best British Newcomer.

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The Falling
The Falling
A fainting sickness hits a girls school in the Sixties.
My Friend Victoria
My Friend Victoria
The story of two young Parisiennes and their different destinies
A young boy heads to scout camp, certain he will encounter a monster - and he's right.
The Wonders
The Wonders
Nothing will be the same at the end of this summer for Gelsomina and her three younger sisters.
Li’l Quinquin
Li’l Quinquin
A blackly comic murder mystery develops in a small town in northern France.
Song Of The Sea
Song Of The Sea
A brother and sister find themselves on a magical adventure.
Second Coming
Second Coming
A family is shaken by an unexplained pregnancy.
Queen And Country
Queen And Country
An Englishman signs up to fight in the Korean War.
The Dead Lands
The Dead Lands
A young Maori man sets out to avenge the death of his father.
Tokyo Tribe
Tokyo Tribe
Hybrid of Yakuza gang action and hip-hop musical.
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London Film Festival Features

A Little Chaos at the Monkey Bar reception
Time out after the US première with Alan Rickman, Ann Curry and more.
The garden of delights
Alan Rickman and Kate Winslet on the red carpet for A Little Chaos.
Pools of gold
James Kent reflects on Testament Of Youth.
Memories of war
Alicia Vikander and Kit Harington on Testament Of Youth.
Experiencing Vera
James Kent on revisiting Vera Brittain's memoir in Testament Of Youth.
Girl power hits the streets of Paris
Céline Sciamma on sex, desire and friendship.
Two's company
Paul Eenhoorn and Earl Lynn Nelson talk about bonding and battling the elements for road trip comedy Land Ho!
Something blue, part 2
Mathieu Amalric on the dark side of The Blue Room.
Accept no imitations
Benedict Cumberbatch on playing the WWII cryptologist Alan Turing.
In fashion with Pasolini
Abel Ferrara and Willem Dafoe on clothes, movies and murder.
Something blue, part 1
Mathieu Amalric on shoes, bees and The Blue Room.
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