LFF2010 Tag Archive

Documentary, Film Festival

LFF2010: Benda Bilili

Benda Bilili was the first film I had the pleasure of viewing at this year’s London Film Festival. It follows the street band Staff Benda Bilili,

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Film Festival, Live Action

LFF2010: It’s Kind of a Funny Story

"Boden and Fleck did an excellent job in creating a funny film, without patronising its young male lead at any point."

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Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts

DN LFF2010: Maria and I – Félix Fernández de Castro

Maria lives with her mother May in the Canary Islands whilst her father Miguel lives 3000km away in Barcelona. We follow Miguel and Maria as they embark on a

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Documentary, Film Festival, Live Action

LFF2010: The Arbor

The Arbor is the unique and captivating work of director Clio Barnard, which tells the story of Andrea Dunbar, Bradford born screenwriter who wrote honestly

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Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

DN LFF2010: Blue Valentine – Derek Cianfrance

Blue Valentine tells the story of a young couple as they’re approaching the end of their relationship whilst cutting seamlessly from past to present. The

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Documentary, Film Festival

LFF2010: Waste Land

Vik Muniz is an internationally acclaimed artist from a Brazilian working class family best known for his pieces using materials such as string and food. In

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Film Festival, Live Action

LFF2010: Everything Must Go

Everything Must Go follows Nick Porter, a middle aged sub-urban man who’s life is rapidly falling apart around him. An alcoholic who’s fallen off the wagon

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Film Festival, Live Action

LFF2010: Never Let Me Go

Opening this year’s London Film Festival is Never Let Me Go, a the screen adaption of Kazuo Ishiguro’s internationally acclaimed novel of the same

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Film Festival

Join Me as I Drown in the World of LFF2010

The last two weeks of the month are approaching which can only mean one thing, its time for the 54th BFI London Film Festival.

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