The Times BFI London Film Festival Vodcast Day 11

On Day 11, audiences celebrated the 20th anniversary of Wallace and Gromit with an on stage discussion with creator Nick Park. At the Filmmaker's Tea, Harmony Korine explained his much anticipated new film, Trash Humpers, and Matt Harlock, producer of American: The Bill Hicks Story, discussed the importance of the American comedian. In the West End, David Morissey was present to talk about his directorial debut Don't Worry About Me, with producer John Maxwell, and stars Helen Elizabeth and James Brough. Gemma Arterton, star of The Disappearance of Alice Creed, was joined on the red carpet by writer/director J Blakeson, and co-stars Martin Compston and Eddie Marsan. Finally, Jacques Audiard, acclaimed French director of A Prophet, and the film's writer Abdel Raouf Dafri, attended the Sight and Sound Special Screening and discussed this latest collaboration.


Elsewhere on BFI Live



  • Do the Right Thing
  • L'Atalante
  • Psycho
  • Separation