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    Sundance London Selections Include 'Finding Fela' And Other Music Events

    All the features, shorts, and panel talks for the third Sundance London Festival have officially been announced. The fest runs April 25-27, and individual tickets go on sale this Friday, March 28th. The program includes 24 films that will be making their world premiere, with seven selections by firs...

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    Ralph Fiennes Explains Why He Now Prefers Directing To Acting At London Film Festival Talk

    In his recent transition from acting to directing, Ralph Fiennes was able to surprise many with the sheer audacity of his modern day, Middle East-set take on Shakespeare's "Coriolanus" in his 2011 directorial debut. Now, just two years later, Fiennes has returned to directing with "The Invisible Wom...

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    Alfonso Cuaron On Why He's Not Happy About 'Gravity''s Success, But Relieved

    Despite the immediately ecstatic critical responses after its Venice premiere, Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" was still something of a box office question mark leading up to its nationwide release earlier this month with many wondering if its particularly audacious brand of big budget filmmaking would b...

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    Darren Aronofsky's Go-To Composer Clint Mansell on Their Many Collaborations and Why He Doesn't Consider Himself a Musician

    While perhaps best known as Darren Aronofsky's go-to composer on works such as "Requiem for a Dream" and "Black Swan," composer Clint Mansell has spent the past 15 years establishing one of the most critically lauded bodies of work in the industry, both inside and outside his collaborations with Aro...

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    BFI London Film Festival Announces Full Lineup; 'Under the Skin' and 'Tracks' Among Additions

    Set to run October 9 through 20, the BFI London Film Festival has just revealed the full roster of cinematic selections that will be playing at the event, which is now in its 57th year and will play host to some 234 fiction and documentary features, including 22 world premieres. As previously announ...

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    Potential Oscar Heavyweight 'Saving Mr. Banks' Closing London Fest

    "Saving Mr. Banks" -- John Lee Hancock's detailing of how "Mary Poppins" was brought to the big screen -- is set to close the 57th BFI London Film Festival, it was announced today.

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    'Captain Phillips' to Open BFI London Film Festival; Tom Hanks and Paul Greengrass to Attend

    The BFI London Film Festival announced today their 57th event will open with Paul Greengrass' "Captain Phillips." Starring Tom Hanks as the titular captain whose vessel is threatened by Somali Pirates, the true story is expected to be a major player this awards season. Both Greengrass and Hanks are ...

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    'Silver' Surprise: David O. Russell and Bradley Cooper Discuss Their Latest Film (and Love for Jennifer Lawrence) at London's Secret Screening

    The 56th edition of the BFI London Film Festival came to a close this weekend, capping off the first edition under new Festival Director Clare Stewart with record attendance numbers. A revised program structure and competitive sections (as well as shortening the festival to 12 days) equated to 149,0...

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    Tim Burton's 'Frankenweenie' to Kick Off BFI London Film Festival Along With Art Exhibition

    Tim Burton’s “Frankenweenie” will be barking all over this year's BFI London Film Festival. The 3D black-and-white stop-motion animated feature-length version of Burton’s acclaimed early short about a pet dog brought back from the dead will open the fest October 10th with...

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    "We Need To Talk About Kevin" Tops London Fest Winners

    Lynne Ramsay's "We Need To Talk About Kevin" led the winners at the 55th BFI London Film Festival last night, taking honors for best film.

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