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Honeymood

Dare

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Love

Herself

Debate

One Man and His Shoes

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After Love

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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
News

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
Features

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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BFI London Film Festival Trailer

7 to 18 October Enjoy the festival wherever you are in the UK, with over 50 virtual premieres, free online events and cinema screenings across the land.

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Virtual BFI Player screenings

Maximum 1 ticket per Cardmember. Tickets must be purchased with your American Express® Card. Tickets are limited and subject to availability. Terms apply Please note only 1 ticket is required per household. Codes are linked to IP addresses and may only be used once. All online BFI Player feature films can only be streamed in the UK.

BFI Southbank in-cinema screenings

Maximum 6 tickets per Cardmember. Tickets must be purchased with your American Express® Card. Tickets are limited and subject to availability. Terms apply.

Opening film - Mangrove

Tickets are available free of charge and only available for in-cinema screenings at BFI Southbank. Maximum 2 tickets per Cardmember. Tickets are limited and subject to availability. Terms apply.

Closing film - Ammonite 

Maximum 6 tickets per Cardmember at BFI Southbank. Tickets must be purchased with your American Express® Card. Tickets are limited and subject to availability. Terms apply.