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LFF 2020 – Nomadland (2020)

As a notable winner at this year's Venice and Toronto Film Festivals, Chloé Zhao's Nomadland is one of this year's highly anticipated films. Based on a 2017 non-fiction book by Jessica Bruder, the film stars Frances McDormand as Fern, a

LFF 2020 – After Love (2020)

After Love is the directorial feature debut of Aleem Khan and stars Joanna Scanlan as Mary, an Englishwoman who converted to Islam for her husband Ahmed (Nasser Memarzia). While still reeling from his sudden death, she finds the identity

LFF 2020 – Siberia (2020) Review

Abel Ferrara takes Willem Dafoe on a soul-searching trip into the wilderness in Siberia. It is odd experiecnce watching this film at the London Film Festival, having seen Ferrara's documentary Sporting Life at the Venice Film Festival

LFF 2020 – Relic (2020) Review

Natalie Erika James leaves her mark on the London Film Festival with the familial horror film Relic. After receiving word that her elderly mother has gone missing, Kay and her daughter Sam return to their family home in the hope of

LFF 2020 – Honeymood (2020)

The honeymoon period ends quickly as a newlywed couple embark on a wild odyssey on their wedding night in Honeymood. Weddings are meant to be the happiest day of a couple's life. However what about the night immediately following the

LFF 2020 – Shirley (2020)

The winner of the US Dramatic Special Jury Prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Jacqueline Decker's latest feature Shirley stars Elisabeth Moss, Michael Stuhlbarg, Logan Lerman and Odessa Young. The film follows American horror