LLGFF 2011 Opening Night

Artistic Director of BFI Festivals, Sandra Hebron, and the LLGFF programmers, welcome audiences to the BFI's 25th London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival at BFI Southbank, making special tribute to the festival's new films and highlighting some historical favourites. Gregg Araki, the director of the Opening Night film Kaboom, reveals that he considers being queer a huge advantage as it places him outside the mainstream, allowing him to create important and innovative works.



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