It’s that time of year again, where Phil and Raj dive right into all the best new films and cinematic experiences that are coming soon to a screen near you.
Yes, ladies and gents, it’s once again time for the BFI London Film Festival.
The 64th BFI London Film Festival will be the first ever edition to be widely accessible wherever you are in the UK, with over 50 virtual premieres, free online events and cinema screenings across the land.
Not an easy endeavour to pull off, The BFI London Film Festival has almost completely pivoted online. In a lot of ways, this is a very good move as it widens it’s outreach during the pandemic across the UK and is even hosting screenings of key films all across our fair land – socially distanced of course.
If you’ve been missing new films as much as I have, you surely won’t be disappointed as the BFI LFF programme boasts an impressive number of films this year as compared to most other major film festivals which have paired down their programming dramatically.
What are Raj and Phil looking forward to most at BFI LFF this year? Watch our latest Boys On Film preview to find out…
The BFI London Film Festival is online and in limited screenings from October 7th – 18th.
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