This UK road-trip has a lot of dark material, but handles it with dignity.
London Film Festival 2020
Our coverage of the BFI London Film Festival 2020, with the must-see films from this year’s virtual event.
This French-German co-production won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but it sure looks good.
This tale from history could have been truly memorable, but falls short of the mark.
Miranda July’s indie feel-good film is a future classic.
London Film Festival 2020: Mangrove review – a reminder that Britain is great when it embraces other cultures
McQueen’s film shows just how much other cultures can enrich Britain when it embraces them.
London Film Festival 2020: Farewell Amor review – great central performances and direction create a heartfelt family drama
Excellent direction and a standout performance by Lawson makes this a must-see.
Natalie Erika James delivers a brilliant horror future classic.
If you can keep up, Willem Dafoe’s latest is a fun ride.
London Film Festival 2020: Herself review – a rallying cry for unity, especially in the face of abuse
Lloyd’s tale is a tale of community and its importance in the lives of those facing abuse.