Category Archives: London Film Festival 2015

LFF2015 – that’s a wrap

Our contributors post-mortem the hell out of this year’s festival after the jump.

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London Film Festival 2015 – the final days

We’ll wrap up our LFF coverage, which has been sparser than we’d hoped, on Wednesday. Our last batch of reviews covers the surprise film, Charlie Kaufman’s Anomalisa, and Mamuro Hosada’s grandly entertaining anime The Boy and the Beast.

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London Film Festival 2015 – Day 1

We kick off this year’s coverage in earnest with reviews of tonight’s opening gala film, Suffragette – starring Carey Mulligan and Meryl Streep – Jia Zhangke’s expansive Mountains May Depart, Spanish-Argentinian heartwarmer Truman, and Madame Courage, a tough tale of life on the streets of Algiers.

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