BFI London Film Festival 2021

The 65th BFI London Film Festival reaches in person and digital audiences of 291,000 over 12 days.

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Dune succeeds by avoiding excessive fidelity to the original novel

Denis Villeneuve does justice to Frank Herbert’s sci-fi classic with state-of-the art special effects and an original take on the story. But will there be a Dune: Part Two?

By Philip Kemp

Dune succeeds by avoiding excessive fidelity to the original novel
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Mamoru Hosoda’s Belle reboots Beauty and the Beast for the internet age

By Callie Petch

Mamoru Hosoda’s Belle reboots Beauty and the Beast for the internet age
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The 65th BFI London Film Festival reaches in person and digital audiences of 291,000 over 12 days

The 65th BFI London Film Festival reaches in person and digital audiences of 291,000 over 12 days
Features

Pod people: the legacy of Invasion of the Body Snatchers

By Mark Salisbury

Pod people: the legacy of Invasion of the Body Snatchers
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The Crossing uses striking animation techniques but its story struggles to pick up momentum

By Alex Dudok de Wit

The Crossing uses striking animation techniques but its story struggles to pick up momentum
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December programme announced for BFI Southbank

December programme announced for BFI Southbank
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Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon puts a new spin on the terrifying girl-with-the-long-black-hair type

By Alexandria Slater

Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon puts a new spin on the terrifying girl-with-the-long-black-hair type
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