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Catch Me Daddy

Two young lovers are forced on the run through nocturnal Yorkshire.

Just Jim

Craig Roberts (Submarine) makes his debut as a director.

Fidelio: Alice’s Journey

The sexual liberation of Alice, a ship’s engineer.

BFI London Film Festival 2014

240 films. From 72 countries. 16 cinemas. 12 days. One Festival.

7-18 October 2015

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    Oct 8, 2015 7:15 PM
    Odeon Leicester Square
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    Oct 8, 2015 8:45 PM
    Hackney Picturehouse, Screen 1
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    Oct 8, 2015 8:45 PM
    Rich Mix Cinema, Screen 1
  • Men and Chicken
    Oct 8, 2015 8:45 PM
    Vue Cinema Islington, Screen 1
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Festival live blog

LFF holiday inspiration

We’ll be welcoming Bryan Cranston, Helen Mirren, John Goodman and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje to Leicester Square very shortly. Trumbo’s the big one tonight.

To while away the wait, here’s a light bit of festival reading, courtesy of the Telegraph’s Travel section: LFF films that will inspire you to travel.

Youth (2015)

Youth (2015)

It includes a look at Paolo Sorrentino’s Youth, set at a spa in the Swiss Alps; Sailing a Sinking Sea, a documentary portrait of the people of the Mergui Archipelago of Myanmar and Thailand; and Lamb, the Ethiopian film that played Cannes this year. Your cinema-seat travels start here…

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On Yer Bike

A two-disc collection which provides a fascinating portrait of the British cycling experience on film.

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Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

A vibrant modern classic, based on Alan Sillitoe’s largely autobiographical novel.

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The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner

A passionate tale of rebellion with then newcomer Tom Courtenay as a sullen, disillusioned delinquent.

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Here we go Round the Mulberry Bush

A coming-of-age comedy following the exploits of sex-obsessed Jamie as he attempts to join the Swinging 60s.

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Bronco Bullfrog

A fully remastered presentation of this powerful, authentic record of the then-emerging suedehead subculture.

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Deep End

A darkly comic and utterly compelling portrait of Britain in an era of uncertainty, starring Jane Asher and Diana Dors.

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Geena Davis at the Symposium on Gender and Media

The actor and founder of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media discusses the role of women in the film industry and gender inequality.

Thursday 8 October 2015

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Film of the week: By Our Selves

Toby Jones, Andrew Kötting (as a straw bear) and their merry men revive the wanderings and wonderings of Northamptonshire peasant poet John Clare, writes David Jays.
David Jays
Thursday 1 October 2015

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