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Welcome to our guide to the 65th BFI London Film Festival (LFF). Annually organised, the largest UK film festival showcases a broad range of films from all over the world during the 12-day marathon for thousands of film enthusiasts.
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Wednesday 6 October 2021 19:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Jeymes Samuel’s righteously new school western with iconic cast.
Director: Jeymes Samuel
Producer(s): The Bullitts, James Lassiter, Jay Z, Lawrence Bender
Screenplay: Jeymes Samuel, Boaz Yakin
Starring: Idris Elba, Zazie Beetz, Jonathan Majors, Regina King, LaKeith Stanfield, Edi Gathegi, Delroy Lindo, Tait Fletcher, Deon Cole.
After discovering that Rufus Buck (Elba) is being released from prison who is the enemy of Nat Love (Majors), Nat is determined to track Rufus down and seek revenge using help from his gang.
Those riding with him in this assured, righteously new school western includes his former love Stagecoach Mary, his right- and left-hand men – hot-tempered Bill Pickett and fast drawing Jim Beckwourth – and a surprising adversary-turned-ally.
On the other side of the barricades the fearsome crew that know doesn’t know how to lose consists of Cherokee Bill and Trudy Smith which is led by Rufus Buck.
Thursday 07 October 2021 18:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Pablo Larraín’s sublime ‘fable from a true story’ imagines a Christmas weekend at Sandringham in the early 1990s, as an unhappy Princess Diana contemplates saying ‘no’.
Director: Pablo Larraín
Producer(s): Juan de Dios Larraín, Jonas Dornbach, Paul Webster, Pablo Larraín, Janine Jackowski, Maren Ade
Screenplay: Steven Knight
Starring: Kristen Stewart, Timothy Spall, Jack Farthing, Sean Harris, Sally Hawkins
December 1991: The Prince and Princess of Wales’ marriage has long since grown cold. Though rumours of affairs and a divorce abound, peace is ordained for the Christmas festivities at Sandringham Estate.
There’s eating and drinking, shooting and hunting. Diana knows the game. This year, things will be a whole lot different.
Friday 08 October 2021 18:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Joanna Hogg’s glorious follow up to The Souvenir sees Honor Swinton Byrne returning as Julie for this rich autofictional portrait of the birth of a filmmaker.
Director: Joanna Hogg
Producer(s): Joanna Hogg, Andrew Lowe, Emma Norton, Luke Schiller, Ed Guiney
Screenplay: Joanna Hogg
Starring: Honor Swinton Byrne, Tilda Swinton, Joe Alwyn, Richard Ayoade, Charlie Heaton
In the aftermath of her tumultuous relationship with a charismatic and manipulative older man, Julie begins to untangle her fraught love for him in making her graduation film, sorting fact from his elaborately constructed fiction.
Joanna Hogg’s shimmering story of first love and a young woman’s formative years, The Souvenir Part II is a portrait of the artist that transcends the halting particulars of everyday life — a singular, alchemic mix of memoir and fantasy.
Saturday 09 October 2021 14:30 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Ron, a Bubble Bot damaged in transit, is wreaking havoc and only young Barney can make things right, in Locksmith Animation’s hilarious debut.
Director: Sarah Smith, Jean-Philippe Vine
Producer(s): Julie Lockhart, Lara Breay
Screenplay: Zach Galifianakis, Jack Dylan Grazer, Olivia Colman
Starring: Kristen Stewart, Timothy Spall, Jack Farthing, Sean Harris, Sally Hawkins
Ron's Gone Wrong is the story of Barney, voiced by Jack Dylan Grazer, who's just gaining attention for his voice role in Pixar's Luca. The socially awkward middle-schooler is the last kid in town to get a Best Friend out of the Box, a robot buddy and the latest craze on the market.
When he finally does, he gets Ron (Galifanakis), who can't stop malfunctioning. So, he tries to teach Ron how to be human.
Saturday 09 October 2021 18:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
A young woman is transported back to the 1960s in this endlessly inventive, time-travelling horror fantasy from the brilliant Edgar Wright.
Director: Edgar Wright
Producer(s): Edgar Wright, Nira Park, Eric Fellner, Tim Bevan
Screenplay: Edgar Wright, Krysty Wilson-Cairns
Starring: Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasin McKenzie, Matt Smith, Terence Stamp, Diana Rigg
In acclaimed director Edgar Wright’s psychological thriller, Eloise, an aspiring fashion designer, is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters a dazzling wannabe singer, Sandie.
But the glamour is not all it appears to be and the dreams of the past start to crack and splinter into something far darker.
Sunday 10 October 2021 18:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Wes Anderson’s delightful, star-studded homage to journalism and literary magazines is a feast for the eyes and a whip-smart comic delight.
Director: Wes Anderson
Producer(s): Wes Anderson, Steven Rales, Jeremy Dawson
Screenplay: Wes Anderson
Starring: Benicio del Toro, Adrien Brody, Léa Seydoux, Timothée Chalamet, Jeffrey Wright
The film is set in the 20th century and evolves around the eponymous The French Dispatch, a newspaper inspired by The New Yorker which operates in the fictional French town of Ennui-sur-Blasé.
Instead of following one story, the film features an anthology of intertwining short stories following the many characters that work for the newspaper and the people they encounter.
The story is about an American journalist based in France who creates his magazine and fights to write what he wants to write.
Sunday 10 October 2021 21:10 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Ben Affleck shines in George Clooney’s eighth feature film as director, a sensitive coming-of-age drama about the power of unlikely role models.
Director: George Clooney
Producer(s): Grant Heslov, George Clooney, Ted Hope
Screenplay: William Monahan
Starring: Ben Affleck, Tye Sheridan, Lily Rabe
JR is a boy without a name and a father. At least, that’s the story according to many of the adults outside of his family.
But when his mother moves back into her childhood home, JR’s charismatic bar-owning Uncle Charlie (Affleck) is determined the boy doesn’t see
himself that way. Based on the memoirs of writer JR Moehringer and elegantly adapted for the screen William Monahan (The Departed),
Tender Bar is a poignant reflection on the ways in which the right influence, at just the right time, can have a profound impact.
Monday 11 October 2021 18:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Jane Campion (The Piano, Top of the Lake) returns to the LFF with a beguilingly dark drama about two wealthy brothers in the America West.
Director: Jane Campion
Producer(s): Jane Campion, Tanya Seghatchian, Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, Roger Frappier
Screenplay: Jane Campion
Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, Kodi Smit-McPhee
Based on the novel by Thomas Savage, the film tells the story of a young boy meeting the menacing brother of his new wife.
He attempts to gain the trust and liking of his brother-in-law but quickly realizes that this may be a mountain too tall to climb.
Will he be accepted as a new member of the family, or will he only be a new sombre memory for his wife and her son?
Tuesday 12 October 2021 18:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Kenneth Branagh (Murder on the Orient Express) draws on his own experiences to tell a story of a young boy living in Belfast in the late 1960s.
Director: Kenneth Branagh
Producer(s): Kenneth Branagh, Laura Berwick, Becca Kovacik, Tamar Thomas
Screenplay: Kenneth Branagh
Starring: Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciarán Hinds, Jude Hill
“Belfast” is both an idyllic snapshot of a tight-knit family and a film about the decision to leave or stay in one’s hometown, told through the story of a boy coming to terms with the fact that life is as unpredictable as that violent day that changed everything.
Wednesday 13 October 2021 18:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Maggie Gyllenhaal adapts Elena Ferrante in this astonishingly assured directorial debut starring Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley, Dakota Johnson, Ed Harris, Peter Sarsgaard and Paul Mescal
Director: Maggie Gyllenhaal
Producer(s): Maggie Gyllenhaal, Talia Kleinhendler, Osnat Handelsman-Keren, Charles Dorfman
Screenplay: Maggie Gyllenhaal
Starring: Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley, Dakota Johnson, Ed Harris, Peter Sarsgaard
It's a psychologically complex story that focuses on a middle-aged divorcee called Leda, who decides to spend a summer on her own in an Italian seaside town after her children leave her to live with their father in Canada.
During her holiday, she comes across a loud young family, and becomes consumed by the mother, Nina, and the relationship she has with her own daughter.
After the child's doll goes missing, Leda is "overwhelmed by memories of the difficult and unconventional choices she made as a mother and their consequences for herself and her family".
Thursday 14 October 2021 18:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Maggie Gyllenhaal adapts Elena Ferrante in this astonishingly assured directorial debut starring Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley, Dakota Johnson, Ed Harris, Peter Sarsgaard and Paul Mescal.
Director: Eva Husson
Producer(s): Elizabeth Karlsen, Stephen Woolley
Screenplay: Alice Birch
Starring: Odessa Young, Josh O'Connor, Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù, Olivia Colman, Colin Firth
Set over a day in 1924, the story follows Jane Fairchild, a maid in the Niven household, who has the day off to celebrate Mothering Sunday Jane rejoices at her freedom on an unseasonably hot, beautiful spring day.
But, she has no mother to go to. For almost seven years she has – joyfully and without shame – been Paul’s lover. Like the Nivens, Paul belongs to England’s old money aristocracy, whereas Jane was orphaned at birth.
With the house conveniently empty, they can finally meet in Paul’s bedroom for the first time. Today will be their last as lovers. It is also the day that will mark the beginning of Jane’s transformation as the story unfolds through the hours of clandestine passion.
Friday 15 October 2021 18:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Will Smith delivers one of his best performances as the ambitious father of two sporting prodigies in this rousing, hugely enjoyable biopic.
Director: Reinaldo Marcus Green
Producer(s): Tim White, Trevor White, Will Smith
Screenplay: Zach Baylin
Starring: Will Smith, Aunjanue Ellis, Saniyya Sidney, Demi Singleton, Tony Goldwyn, Jon Bernthal
The vast majority of sports movies are about exceptional talent. “King Richard” is about exceptional belief: the conviction of one man, Richard Williams, that he could turn his daughters Venus and Serena into the world’s greatest tennis players.
It’s a plan he hatched — together with wife/queen Brandi — even before the girls were born and put down in a 78-page manifesto, nearly all of which has come true (or so the film informs us over the end credits).
Hindsight makes this a story worth telling. At the time, everyone thought he was crazy. “It’s like asking someone to believe you have the next two Mozarts living in your house,” says one coach, passing up the opportunity of a lifetime.
Saturday 16 October 2021 21:15 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
Paul Verhoeven returns to psychosexual melodrama with this spectacular new genre blend about Catholic mystic and lesbian, Sister Benedetta Carlini.
Director: Paul Verhoeven
Producer(s): Saïd Ben Saïd, Michel Merkt, Jérôme Seydoux
Screenplay: David Birke, Paul Verhoeven
Starring: Virginie Efira, Charlotte Rampling, Daphné Patakia
Inspired by the life of Benedetta Carlini, a 17th century Italian nun who claimed she had visions of Jesus, was chastised for being a lesbian, and then managed to shrewdly obtain saint status in her Tuscan city of Pescia, the story, inspired by a real one, has all the elements of a vintage Verhoeven brew: sex, violence, betrayals, moral ambiguity, religious hypocrisy.
Sunday 17 October 2021 19:00 at Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall
A bold and fierce adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic, a tale of murder, madness, ambition, and wrathful cunning.
Director: Joel Coen
Producer(s): Joel Coen, Frances McDormand, Robert Graf
Screenplay: Joel Coen
Starring: Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand, Brendan Gleeson, Harry Melling, Brian Thompson, Ralph Ineson, Corey Hawkins, Alex Hassell, Sean Patrick Thomas, Miles Anderson
The Scottish Play is an anguished film that stares, mouth agape, at a sorrowful world undone by blind greed and thoughtless ambition.
In meticulously world-weary performances, a strikingly inward Denzel Washington is the man who would be king, and an effortlessly Machiavellian Frances McDormand is his Lady, a couple driven to political assassination — and deranged by guilt — after the cunning prognostications of a trio of ‘weird sisters’ (a virtuoso physical inhabitation by Kathryn Hunter).
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