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    Brit Takes: How a First-Time Filmmaker Became the Buzz of the London Film Scene

    And here's what that scene offers for film students that you can't find in the U.S.

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    BFI Offers 600 Romantic Films This Autumn Through 'Films to Fall in Love With, Films to Break Your Heart' Series

    The season of love will start on October 24 at BFI Southbank in London.

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    BFI Announces Re-Discovery of Classic TV Series that Inspired Creation of Monty Python

    "At Last the 1948 Show" will be shown at a BFI Session: Missing Believed Wiped Special at the Radio Times Festival at the Green.

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    Stage 32 Fills Short Film Category for the 23rd Annual Raindance Film Festival

    Richard "RB" Botto, CEO of Stage 32, will also join the Raindance's Grand Jury and host an expert panel on crowdsourcing.

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    What Did the London Film Festival Get?

    Today's BFI London Film Fest lineup is a scorcher, with virtually ever hot circuit title under the sun in its roster.

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    Todd Haynes' Oscar Contender 'Carol' Heads for London (Trailer)

    The forbidden romance starring Cate Blanchett and Cannes winner Rooney Mara is set for a Gala premiere at the 59th BFI London Film Festival.

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    ISA of the Day: Hilary Davis of Bankside Films

    Co-Managing Director Hilary Davis shares more about her years and wealth of experience that helps to make Bankside Films a distinguished company in independent cinema, the company's background and latest films, and reflects on trends and changes in the industry.

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    London Critics' Circle Film Awards Go to '12 Years a Slave,' Blanchett, Ejiofor and More (FULL WINNERS LIST)

    Across the pond, the London Film Critics' Circle unveiled their picks for the best films and performances of the year at a black tie ceremony on Sunday. The awards anticipated a few likely Oscar winners -- "12 Years a Slave" and Cate Blanchett -- while doling out a few surprises, including Oscar nom...

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    Watch: Side-by-Side Footage of London in 1927 and London Today

    When cinematographer Claude Friese-Greene navigated through 1920s London with his new color film camera he probably didn't expect that someone would do the exact same thing in the exact same places in 2013.

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    Review: How 'Closed Circuit,' Starring Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall, Turns Political Intrigue Into Fan Fiction

    The only effective sequence in "Closed Circuit" is its first, a nerve-wracking surveillance camera view of London's Borough Market that slowly multiplies: one screen becomes two, then four, six, twelve. The only reason anyone consciously views this kind of footage is to piece together a crime, and a...

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