London Film Festival 2015

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  • Much Loved

    Controversy has surrounded this Moroccan-French film from the get-go; banned, unsurprisingly, from cinema screens in...

  • Gold Coast

    Making a move from documentaries, Swedish editor and now director Daniel Dencik debuts his first...

  • Lucifer

    Spiritual (not religious) film is few and far between in contemporary cinema. The subjects are...

  • Talvar (Guilty)

    Based on the controversial 2008 Noida double murder case, Guilty is a Rashomon-style retelling of...

  • Rattle the Cage

    Since the United Arab Emirates’ film industry is still in its early infancy, there are...

  • The Witch

    The first feature film from director-screenwriter Robert Eggers, The Witch is the harrowing tale of...

  • My Scientology Movie

    My Scientology Movie must have felt like starting anew in the field of documentary for...

  • Burn Burn Burn

    The Laugh category at the London Film Festival is a selection of movies representing humour...

  • Truth

    James Vanderbilt’s directorial debut Truth is a docudrama set in the run up to to...

  • Babai (Father)

    In 90s, pre-war Kosovo ten-year-old Nori and his father Gesim sell cigarettes on the street....