Kate Winslet and Idris Elba star in drama The Mountain Between Us, due in cinemas later this year.
Will Smith’s latest film looks to be gunning for awards by the look of the first trailer.
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The line-up of guests for this Sunday’s British Academy Film Awards have been confirmed.
As the festive season edges ever closer, celebs are busy promoting their new projects – be it films, books or TV projects.
Over the next few weeks London will see everyone from Chris Hemsworth to Eddie Redmayne to Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman meeting their fans.
And so the 59th BFI London Film Festival draws to a close for another year. Tonight sees the final big red carpet gala screening with Steve Jobs, but has LFF saved the best for last?
This morning the BFI London Film Festival announced its line-up for 2015. While there was. Lot to look forward to, there were also some glaring omissions (does LFF not like Eddie Redmayne??).
Now I’ve had some time to digest the line-up, here’s my (and this is very subjective) list of 14 films to watch.
Today is one of my favourite days of the year – the day the BFI London Film Festival unveils its programme for 2015. The Festival consistently manages to programme most of the Best Pictures nominees every year – will 2015 be any different?
Here’s our first look at Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs.
The film is directed by Danny Boyle and written by Aaron Sorkin (who’s quite good at writing about tech geniuses). The cast also includes Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen and Jeff Daniels.
Steve Jobs is released in the UK in November – which I think makes it an obvious contender for this year’s London Film Festival.
A quick round-up of some of the news you might have missed this week including Ian McKellen, Daniel Radcliffe, the Avengers and dates for your diary.