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The 64th London Film Festival ran 7-18 October 2020 and has now come to a close. We would like to thank our many sponsors, partners and supporters who made this year’s Festival possible in extraordinary circumstances. We look forward to seeing you next October for more great cinema.

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News and highlights

Interviews

“The political will is still not there”: Ken Fero on his potent police brutality documentary Ultraviolence

In the long-awaited follow-up to his controversial 2001 documentary Injustice, Migrant Media’s Ken Fero returns to the subject of police brutality in the UK. He talks to Flora Spencer Grant, one of the critics on our LFF Critics Mentorship Programme.

By Flora Spencer Grant

“The political will is still not there”: Ken Fero on his potent police brutality documentary Ultraviolence
Features

Why Pixar’s Soul is a watershed moment for black animation

By Whelan Barzey

Why Pixar’s Soul is a watershed moment for black animation
News

64th BFI London Film Festival draws to a close after highest attendance on record

64th BFI London Film Festival draws to a close after highest attendance on record
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Winners announced for Virtual LFF Audience Awards 2020

Winners announced for Virtual LFF Audience Awards 2020
Features

What to watch at LFF: Possessor, Brandon Cronenberg’s dazzling and brutal sci-fi

By Paul Ridd

What to watch at LFF: Possessor, Brandon Cronenberg’s dazzling and brutal sci-fi
Reviews

Time audio review: How Garrett Bradley’s temporal symphony clocks the cruelty of mass incarceration

By Chrystel Oloukoi

Time audio review: How Garrett Bradley’s temporal symphony clocks the cruelty of mass incarceration
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The woman who fell to earth: Tilda Swinton, Peter Wollen and Friendship’s Death

By Henry K Miller

The woman who fell to earth: Tilda Swinton, Peter Wollen and Friendship’s Death
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Programme updates

Additions, changes and corrections to the BFI London Film Festival 2020 programme.

Sponsors and partners

With thanks to our generous sponsors, funders, partners, patrons, members and supporters for making it all possible.

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