The 60th BFI London Film Festival held its programme launch for the press this morning at the Odeon Leicester Square. Ethel and Ernest will receive its world premiere as part of the festival on Saturday October 15th at the Curzon Mayfair Cinema at 15:15. It will have a second showing on the closing night of the festival, Sunday 16th October, at the Haymarket Cinema at 18:00.

 

Roger at the LFF press launch 2016

Ethel and Ernest director Roger Mainwood being interviewed after the London Film Festival  programme had been announced to the press and media.

Amma Asante 60th London Film Festival

Director Amma Asante being interviewed about her film ‘A United Kingdom’ which will open the festival on the 5th of October

Ben Wheatley

Director Ben Wheatley being interviewed about his film ‘Free Fire’ which will close the festival on the 16th October

The festival programme is broken down into themed sections. We are appropriately enough in the ‘Love’ section of the programming.

http://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/news-bfi/announcements/60th-bfi-lff-announces-full-programme

Tickets go on sale to BFI members on the 8th of September and to the public on the 15th September via the BFI website, http://www.bfi.orguk/lff

Clare Stewart

Clare Stewart, artistic director of the BFI London Film Festival being interviewed on the balcony of the Odeon Leicester Square having just revealed the exciting festival programme which is now in its 60th year.

 

 

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