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60th BFI London Film Festival

LFF 2016 – Lion (2016)

Saroo Brierley was only a child when he became lost in India. Accidentally transported 1,000 miles from home, he was eventually adopted by an Australian couple. 25 years later, he made headlines worldwide after using Google Earth to locate…

LFF 2016 – Prevenge (2016)

Pregnancy can screw some people up. It can cause worry, abandonment and all-round trauma. However, the debut directorial film by Sightseers actress Alice Lowe shows that being pregnant can, quite simply, make you want to kill someone.…

LFF 2016 – Arrival (2016)

When most people think of alien films, it feels like the default genre is sci-fi action, where the action hero fight against the extraterrestrial species before they take over the Earth. But thanks to a short story by Ted Chiang and Sicario…

LFF 2016 – Paterson (2016)

Three years after vampire film Only Lovers Left Alive, American filmmaker Jim Jarmusch returns to the big screen, with Adam Driver in his most engaging performance to date. Paterson follows bus driver and poet Paterson (Driver) during a…