The program of the 67th film festival of the British Film Institute has become known.
The organizers of the 67th London Film Festival of the British Film Institute (BFI Festival) have released a program for the future show.
The main competition of the event included eleven films shot in different parts of the world:
- Baltimore (Baltimore) by Kristin Molloy and Joe Lawlor (Ireland/United Kingdom)
- Dear Jassi by Tarsem Singh (India)
- Europe Sudabeh Mortezai (Austria/United Kingdom)
- “Evil Does Not Exist” by Ryusuke Hamaguchi (Japan)
- “Nails” by Christos Nick (USA);
- Gasoline Rainbow by Bill Ross IV and Turner Ross (USA)
- I’am Sirat by Deepa Mehta and Sirat Taneji (Canada)
- The Royal Hotel, Kitty Green (Australia)
- Self-portrait: 47 km Zhang Mengqi (China)
- Starve Acre (Hungry Acre) by Daniel Kokotailo (UK)
- “Together-99” by Lukas Moodysson (Sweden/Denmark)
In addition to the main program, this year’s BFI Film Festival will show many anticipated films that are already known worldwide. For example, the films “May, December” by Todd Haynes, “Poor Unfortunates” by Yorgos Lanthimos, “The Killer” by David Fincher, “The Boy and the Heron” by Hayao Miyazaki, “Killers of the Flower Moon” by Martin Scorsese, “Saltburn” by Emirald Fennell and “Bikers” by Jeff Nichols can be seen.
A total of 235 films will be screened at the 67th London Film Festival. The fair will take place from 4 to 15 October.