BFI London Film Festival 2020 – Full Programme

The full programme for the 2020 London Film Festival has now been announced. I will be looking to do more in-depth posts over the next few weeks in the build up to the festival surrounding the films that are listed.

The films have been placed into many different categories Laugh, Journey, Dare, Create, Love, Cult, Debate, Family and Treasures. I really like how they have been grouped and cannot wait to delve deeper to find out more about the films and to help try and decide which films I want to watch as part of my own schedule. Thinking ranking them with most to least and having plenty of options will certainly be the best way forward.

Is anything on the list that you had already heard a lot about and wanting to see? For me that goes to Soul! The next film coming from Pixar.

FULL FILM LIST

Honeymood 

Kajillionare 

Never Gonna Snow Again

Another Round (Druk) 

Bloody Nose Empty Pockets 

A Day-Off for Kasumi Arimura

Genus Pan (Lahi, Hayop) 

Gold For Dogs (De L’or pour les chiens)

I Am Samuel

Limbo

Nomadland

The Reason I Jump

The Salt in our Waters (Nonajoler Kabbo)

Stray

This is My Desire (Eyimofe)

Bad Tales (Favolacce)

A Common Crime (Un Crimean comun)

The Intruder

Mogul Mowgil

New Order (Nuevo Orden)

Shirley 

Siberia 

Wildfire

David Byrne’s American Utopia

Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and Legendary Tapes

The Disciple 

The Painter and the Thief

Striding Into the Wind

Zanka Contact

After Love

Ammonite

Cicada

Days (Rizi)

Farewell Amor

Herself

If It Were Love (Si C’etait de l’amour)

Supernova

Undine

Possessor 

Relic

Rose: A Love Story 

180 Rule

200 Meters

African Apocalypse 

Identifying Features

Industry 

Mangrove

One Man and His Shoes

Shadow Country

Time

Ultraviolence 

Soul

Wolfwalkers 

The Cheaters 

Chess of the Wind

Friendship’s Death 

One thought on “BFI London Film Festival 2020 – Full Programme

  1. At first glance, as a Doctor Who fan I’ve got to pick out the Delia Derbyshire documentary; I adored The Secret of Kells, so Wolfwalkers is a must-see; and as a dog lover, Stray catches my eye. I’m sure there’s a tonne of great stuff though!

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