Four weeks of press screenings precede the festival itself and continue during the public event proper. Here is a look at some of the titles appearing between 18-22nd September and our initial thoughts on what we’ve seen so far.
At a special memorial event on Sunday 25 June, BFI CEO Amanda Nevill announced that BFI Southbank will host a film and television season dedicated to BFI Fellow Sir John Hurt, who died in January.
At an event in Birmingham today BFI Chair Josh Berger and BFI CEO Amanda Nevill launched BFI2022 – a new five year strategic plan for UK film.
On Monday 19th December the BFI and STUDIOCANAL will present a very special screening of Ealing Studios classic adventure film SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC for one night only at London’s Royal Geographic Society in Kensington. Legendary explorer and author Sir Ranulph Fiennes will be in attendance for a Q&A session following the screening.
The 60th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express® announced this year’s Festival Awards’ winners at its high profile Awards dinner, at Banqueting House, Whitehall, last night.