October 2019 calls out to one of the most awaited events in London! The 63rd BFI London Film Festival - the biggest celebration of international cinema for the past year. The programme is a combination of the most versatile films, finely selected from the Cannes and other major festivals and prestige awards contenders from the famous US Studios.
Opening the festival is Armando Iannucci’s ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ starring Dev Patel, Ben Wishaw and Nikki Amuka-Bird.
The BFI is the UK's lead organisation for film, TV and moving image. So it’s pretty much taken for granted that the pieces of art selected are of great value and contain momentum.
It curates and presents the greatest international public programme of world cinema for audiences – in cinemas, at festivals and online.
And at the same time, cares for the BFI National Archive, the most significant film and television archive in the world.
They also actively seek out and support the next generation of filmmakers, making it a holistic space for people who are interested and for the people who want to create.
The BFI is the distributor of National Lottery funds for film. Founded in 1933, the BFI is a registered charity governed by Royal Charter.
Some of the films being screened this year are as follows: Rose Plays Julie, Saint Maud, La Belle Epoque, Bean Pole, Divine Love, Adoration, Colour out of space and a lot more!
Spread over multiple venues, The BFI is worth going for with a wide spectrum of mind bending films!
To know more or book your tickets, visit - https://whatson.bfi.org.uk/lff/Online/