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  • Some favourite films at the LFF

    Finding it difficult to keep your head above water with the huge LFF programme? Here are one programmer’s personal recommendations.

    Geoff Andrew
    Wednesday 2 October 2013

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  • Five to see at the LFF: road movies

    Five stories of escape, discovery and murder on the open road at this year’s BFI London Film Festival.

    Samuel Wigley
    Monday 30 September 2013

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  • The BFI turns 80

    It’s 80 years since the British Film Institute was formed.


    Monday 30 September 2013

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  • A forgotten classic: Nothing but a Man

    Geoff Andrew explains why the time is now for Nothing but a Man, Michael Roemer’s lost classic about life in 1960s Alabama.

    Geoff Andrew
    Friday 27 September 2013

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  • Peter Worden (1938-2013)

    Original custodian of the Mitchell and Kenyon films of late Victorian and Edwardian Britain, the late Peter Worden was a film enthusiast with an indomitable passion for history.

    Patrick Russell
    Friday 27 September 2013

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  • Why I love ... The Wicker Man

    As The Wicker Man celebrates its 40th anniversary, curator William Fowler count the wonders of this tale of paganism in the Scottish islands.

    William Fowler
    Thursday 26 September 2013

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  • Five to see at the LFF: seafaring adventures

    For those who relish the tang of salt air and tales of hazards on the high seas, here are five ports of call at this year’s BFI London Film Festival.

    Samuel Wigley
    Wednesday 25 September 2013

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  • Five to see at the LFF: queer cinema

    This year’s line-up boasts some of the most eagerly anticipated LGBT films in recent memory. Here’s a handful to get you started.

    Alex Davidson
    Wednesday 18 September 2013

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  • Classe tous risques: not just a gangster movie

    Rediscovered underworld thriller Classe tous risques is not just up there with the best gangster films but also transcends its genre.

    Geoff Andrew
    Tuesday 10 September 2013

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  • Max Schreck, born on this day in 1879

    On the anniversary of his birthday, we tip our hat to Max Schreck, cinema’s original vampire count.

    Samuel Wigley
    Friday 6 September 2013

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