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#IrishAbroad: Seven Irish films head to 60th BFI London Film Festival
The BFI London Film Festival has announced its lineup for the 2016 festival. The festival will host 380 features and shorts from 74 countries, including 7 from Ireland.
LFF 2015 – Carol
Style is tempered and emotions heightened in Carol, with two magnificent leads bringing us through a heartfelt and moving tale of forbidden passion.
Festival Report: LFF, Part 3
As the 58th London Film Festival draws to a close, Philip reports back on another selection of choice titles....
Queen of Earth
Queen of Earth is a terrifically creepy drama, driven by fine direction, a sharp script and two wonderful leading ladies.
LFF 2015 – The Assassin
Though immaculately designed, The Assassin is too measured and self-assured to deliver on the thrilling promise of its genre brethren.
Festival Report: LFF, Part 2
Philip Bagnall reports on an eclectic mix in our second report from this year’s London Film Festival. Warning: may contain...
LFF 2015 – The Witch
As a first-rate horror full of dread, and as a directorial debut, The Witch excels. Prepare to be disturbed.
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night
Boasting plenty of indie cred and an incredible look, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night is a fun and zesty take on the vampire genre.
Festival Report: LFF, Part 1
In the first of a series of daily reports, our intrepid reporters Philip Bagnall (PB) and Amy O’Connor (AOC) report...
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