BFI London Film Festival Preview | feat. Programmers Kate Taylor & Michael Blyth

In this episode we preview the 62nd edition of the BFI London Film Festival, which takes over the cinemas of the capital this October. We're also lucky enough to be joined by two of the festivals programmers Kate Taylor and MIchael Blyth.

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Autumn Highlights

Summer may be long gone, but cinema thrives in all seasons. So many films, so much Christmas shopping to fit them around, so Curzon’s Irene Musumeci has picked the highlights playing at your local Curzon cinema this autumn.

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The Curzon Report: TIFF 2018 #2

In the second of his TIFF 2018 reports, Damian Spandley, Our Man in Toronto, shares his reaction to Barry Jenkins’ greatly anticipated If Beale Street Could Talk, and Peter Farrelly’s surprise crowd-pleaser, Green Book.

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The Road to the Oscars

Cannes might be the bastion of world cinema and Venice might share in the élan and sophistication that the best of Europe can offer, but Toronto is where discussion about the front-runners and key contenders really begins.

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