BFI LFF 2022 – Schedule

1 September: Programme revealed
6 September: Priority booking for BFI Champions
7 September: Priority booking for BFI Members
13 September: Tickets on sale
5-16 October: The Festival takes place
14-23 October: The Festival continues on BFI Player

66th BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES UK WIDE AND LONDON VENUES AND PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

  • The Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall returns as red carpet Gala venue
  • BFI Southbank to host the Festival’s prestigious Competition Titles, LFF Series programme, Screen Talks and LFF For Free Events
  • LFF Expanded Immersive Art and XR exhibition returns to 26 Leake Street
  • UK-wide screenings return with 10 venues across the country
  • Curated feature film offer on BFI Player puts control in audiences’ hands
  • New LFF creative campaign unveiled today
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Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival Is Coming To Chapel Town Picturehouse!

Lift-Off Global Network will be returning to Manchester with an array of live events for the fifth edition of the Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival. The festival will run the week commencing 21st March, with screenings held at Chapel Town Picturehouse, the Mancunion home of indie and cult film!

In addition to private members screenings, there will be a series of public events, containing some of the Lift-Off Global Network Season Award winners from 2021, as well as a showcase solely dedicated to screening local British talent. All of the screenings conclude with networking and a meet a greet with the festival organisers! 

Limited tickets are still available. See the programme here: liftoff.network/manchester

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BFI London Film Festival 2021 – Press Accreditation

That’s right for the second year running I have been given press accreditation for the BFI London Film Festival.

With some still being online and others across the U.K. I am hoping that I can manage to get a decent schedule together and even get down to London for a few films, just need to try and plan out to see what I can get put together.

The Father (2020) Review

Anthony is refusing assistance from his daughter Anne as he is ageing and no longer capable of taking care of himself. The onset of his dementia is causing his reality to be warped and creates such doubt in conversations with his loved ones and even more so his own mind.

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Borderlines Film Festival 2021

Not really sure how I missed anything surrounding this film festival which started last night! The Father is available and considering how much I have been dying to watch that film I will be doing just that! Felt like it was only right to share more information about this online film festival.

Full Brochure HERE

One Night in Miami (2020) Review

One Night in Miami is a fictional account of what happened on the incredible night that Muhammad Ali became the Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the World and we see him gather with friend Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown to discuss their roles in the civil rights movement in the 1960s.

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BFI London FIlm Festival 2020 – Press Accreditation

That’s right I have been approved as press for the 2020 BFI London Film Festival which is super exciting and something I have wanted to try and do for a few years now. Obviously this years is going to be a little bit different with majority moving online, which works out very well for me being in the North East.

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