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News and highlights
What to watch at LFF: Notturno, a vast Middle Eastern canvas from one of the world’s great documentary-makers
The new film from veteran documentarist Gianfranco Rosi (Fire at Sea) found him journeying to the Middle East to live among border communities in Iraq, Kurdistan, Syria and Lebanon. Adrian Wootton finds magic in the master’s patient, observational methods.
By Adrian Wootton
Pedro Almodóvar’s English-language debut The Human Voice added to BFI London Film Festival shorts programmePedro Almodóvar’s English-language debut The Human Voice added to BFI London Film Festival shorts programme
What to watch at LFF: Mads Mikkelsen drinks and dances in Another Round
By Sarah Lutton
Steve McQueen’s Lovers Rock to join the 64th BFI London Film Festival programmeSteve McQueen’s Lovers Rock to join the 64th BFI London Film Festival programme
Shortlist announced for this year’s IWC Schaffhausen Filmmaker Bursary AwardShortlist announced for this year’s IWC Schaffhausen Filmmaker Bursary Award
What to watch at LFF: New extreme cinema
By Paul Ridd
Regina King’s directorial debut One Night in Miami to join 64th BFI London Film FestivalRegina King’s directorial debut One Night in Miami to join 64th BFI London Film Festival
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Additions, changes and corrections to the BFI London Film Festival 2020 programme.