From October 4 to 15 Britain's best film event comes across cinemas for the 61st BFI London Film Festival, a film event founded in 1933. The BFI is a registered charity governed by Royal Charter and chaired by Josh Berger.
Directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, who is known for Blue Is The Warmest Colour, Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno is a three-hour long film on youth.
Yesterday has been the last day of the 74th International Venice Film Festival and the great closure ceremony has taken place in Sala Grande in the Palazzo del Cinema, Venezia Lido.
Directed by the Manetti bros. and set in Naples, Ammore e Malavita is a musical based on a crime and mafia story.
Sweet Country is a drama directed by Warwick Thornton set in the innerland of Australia.
Una famiglia is directed by Sebastiano Riso and it's a drama based on a universal issue that makes people talk all over the world: surrogate motherhood.
Directed by Martin McDonagh and produced by Fox Searchlight Pictures, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri is a dark comedic drama on the death and rape of a young girl, right under one of the billboards.
Directed by Anne Fontaine, Marvin is a film on life seen through the eyes of a homosexual boy in a small town of France.
Directed by Paolo Virzì, starring Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland, The Leisure Seeker is a beautiful on the road film about getting old and suicide. The plot is based on the novel The Leisure Seeker by Michael Zadoorian.
Directed by Edoardo Winspeare, La vita in comune is a magnifying glass over life in a small village in Puglia, Italy, named Disperata. The film maintains its true nature by having the actors act in typical “salentino”, a Puglia dialect.