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Exclusive Interview: Jason Reitman On ‘The Front Runner’, The Current State...

Jason Reitman admits he's too young to remember the real events that inspired his latest film, The Front Runner.  He was still in short...

LFF: ‘Sorry To Bother You’ Review: Dir. Boots Riley (2018)

Sorry To Bother You review: Back in the summer, the British branch of the film Twittersphere was nearly in meltdown. It was a matter...

Steve McQueen’s ‘Widows’ Will Open The BFI London Film Festival 2018

Some breaking news from London. It has been confirmed that Steve McQueen's (Shame, 12 Years A Slave) new movie will be the London Film...

LFF 2017: ‘Journey’s End’ Review: Dir. Saul Dibb (2017)

Journey’s End review: Saul Dibb directs an all-star British cast in this, the fifth screen adaptation of the famous RC Sheriff play from the early...

‘Your Name’ review [LFF 2016]

Your Name review: A reflection on youth, love, and finding yourself, Your Name will be mentioned in the same breath as the best work of...

‘The Ghoul’ review [LFF 2016]

The Ghoul review: Gareth Tunley directs an intense and visceral vision that’s both complex and exceptional. The Ghoul review by Dan Bullock, LFF 2016. The Ghoul is the...

‘Lost In Paris’ review [LFF 2016]

Lost In Paris review: Fiona visits Paris for the first time to assist her myopic Aunt Martha. Catastrophes ensue, mainly involving Dom, a homeless man...

‘All Of A Sudden’ review [LFF 2016]

All Of A Sudden review: Asli Özge displays how a moment of weakness can change a man's life in this really rather good crime thriller. All Of...

‘A Woman’s Life’ review [LFF 2016]

A Woman's Life review: (Une vie) tells the story of one young woman's struggle in 19th-century France. A Woman's Life review, Jazmine Sky Bradley, LFF...

60th BFI London Film Festival line-up revealed

London Film Festival 2016 line-up revealed: La La Land, Arrival, Snowden, Free Fire, Bleed For This and more set to hit LFF in October. Check...