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The Art of Frankenweenie exhibition at London Film Fest

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An exhibition capturing the magic of Tim Burton’s filmmaking process. Festival Village, Southbank Centre 11:00-20:00 (last entry 19:30), 17-21 October   Image gallery Hours of meticulous work have gone into the making of Frankenweenie, perfecting the figures and characters that bring this amazing story to life. The BFI London Film Festival is presenting the exhibition in association with Disney and the Festival’s Principal Partner American Express®. The exhibitio...

56th BFI London Film Festival Launch set for October 10 -21,2012

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  Whether you’re a film aficionado diving straight in or a moviegoer coming to the Festival for the first time – this year’s programme is bursting with films and events that will entertain, confront and delight you. We kick-start the Festival with the European Premiere of Frankenweenie, the gloriously crafted, stop-motion 3D animation from Tim Burton, and close our twelve-day celebration of film with the European Premiere of Mike Newell’s visually ravishing adaptation of Great Expect...

BFI: Celebrating Film 52 Weeks A Year

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  Inviting the international press to a special preview screening and delectable lunch at the chic The Hospital Club in Covent Garden, the British Film Institute (BFI), the sponsoring organization of the BFI London Film Festival, wanted to emphasize that they provide outstanding film programs throughout the entire year. The BFI has the goal of educating and entertaining the British public by providing a voice for cultural film, from both its homes shores and overseas, via festival...

London wrapped but the Fest season is on in the UK

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When browsing filmfestivalspro.com search engine the database shows the following entries in the directory for festivals happening this month in the UK:http://www.filmfestivalspro.com/ffs/searchpro.shtmlLet us shed some light on our selection:AURORA Norwich BETTING ON SHORTS: MORE THAN A EUROVISION OF SHORTFILM London BRADFORD ANIMATION FESTIVAL (BAF!) Bradford CARDIFF SCREEN FESTIVAL CEASED Cardiff CINEMAGIC WORLD SCREEN FESTIVAL FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Belfast CORNWALL FILM FESTIVAL ...

New generation create promising new chapter for Black British film

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Black British film is currently undergoing a silent revolution and the 10th bfm International Film Festival (November 7-17, 2008) will provide confirmation that a generation of black talent, who left to the UK to pursue careers in America, are finally smashing through the industry glass ceiling.The growing stateside success of Chiwetel Ejiofor, Idris Elba, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Thandie Newton, Naomie Harris, Sophie Okonedo, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Eamonn Walker, Adrian Lester and Lennie Jame...

Two part Wenders retrospective at London BFI

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In at the start of the 'New German Cinema'and reinventing himself constantly ever since, Wim Wenders is the quintessential post-modern auteur, seduced (sometimes dangerously) by Hollywood, but remaining European to his very core. The BFI is hosting a major two-part Wim Wenders retrospective from 1 Jan - 29 Feb 2008. The season includes an extended run of Alice in the Cites, brand new prints of several more of his seminal road movies and the chance to hear one of the most distinctive European a...

Ones to watch out for at the London Film Festival this weekend!

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THIS WEEKEND AT THE LONDON FILM FESTIVAL: THESE FILMS ARE STILL AVAILABLE TO BOOK!!! SATURDAY -Kidz in Da Hood13:45 NFT2 Wenders-like depiction of a friendship between a young man and a little girl. Grace is Gone15:30 Odeon West End 2 John Cusack is Stanley, a man who refuses to accept the death of his wife.Brick Lane16:15 NFT1 Monica Ali's fêted novel comes to the big screen.Jetsam16:30 Ritzy Cinema A woman's life is revealed in a series of fascinating and surprising flashbacks.Hold Me T...

Sight & Sound Presents... Cannes and Film: Sixty Glorious Years?

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Cannes is widely regarded as the world's most important film festival - but how did that status come about? Is it a realistic assessment of the event? How has the festival changed over the years, and how is it planning to cope with a moving-image culture evolving more rapidly than the institutions which support it? Thierry Frémaux, Artistic Director of the Cannes Film Festival, celebrated this month in the Cannes at 60 season (see p28-32), will speak frankly about the past, present and future o...

London does cannes and vice versa

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  FESTIVAL NEWS - MAY 2007 Artistic Director Sandra Hebron and our Festival programmers are at the 60th Cannes Film Festival, searching for the best in new international film to bring to London in October for the Times BFI 51st London Film Festival. So we thought we'd bring a little taste of Cannes to the capital with some special BFI Southbank events and screenings.  Cannes & Film - 60 Glorious Years? Tue 12 June 6.15pm at BFI Southbank In the second Sight & Sound discussion e...

London's BFI Southbank to look back on Cannes

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Tue 12 June 6.15pm at BFI Southbank In the second Sight & Sound discussion event at London's BFI Southbank we turn our attention to Cannes - widely regarded as the world's most influential competitive film festival. Thierry Frémaux, Artistic Director of the Cannes Film Festival, talks about its purpose, achievements and failings. Hosted by Geoff Andrew, Head of Film Programme at BFI Southbank, this promises to be a fascinating evening. ...

Lurking in London

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It may not be easy to take the temperature at any international film festival but when the event is held in London it should be de rigueur, as weather is such a British obsession. Although it has been the balmiest October since 1649, or whenever records began, with 21 degrees C enjoyed in the capital when The Times BFI 50th London Film Festival lengthily opened its doors (I did not attend the Inauguration on the 18th as I was too late in requesting a ticket; I live in hope of an entree to the c...
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