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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...

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. ...
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