One of the biggest events on the film calendar, the BFI London Film Festival, comes to Picturehouse Central.
As film lovers descend on London, Central will be hosting some of the most exciting titles. The hottest tickets include Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk, The Kindergarten Teacher starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Paul Dano’s directorial debut Wildlife.
We’ll also present the world premiere of murderous drama, Lizzie. Other treats include Alfonso’s immense Roma, Mr Roger’s documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbour and Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
Picturehouse Entertainment – the distribution arm of Picturehouse Cinemas – is well represented with screenings of Carol Morley’s Out of the Blue, the stunning drama Capernaum, and the incredible Women at War to look forward to.
Other highlights include S. Craig Zahler’s brand new brutal epic Dragged Across Concrete, Mads Mikkelsen braving the elements in the gripping Arctic and Andrew Bujalski’s subversive comedy Support the Girls which follows a group of tight-knit women at a Hooters-style bar.
Jessica Hynes’s directorial debut The Fight is a must-see. Hynes also stars as a woman standing up for herself. Don’t miss Alexander Skarsgaard and Jessie Eisenberg in The Hummingbird Project and the transforming documentary Aquarela.
BFI London Film Festival are offering £5 tickets on the door for anyone under 25 for select titles. There’s also a number of accessible screenings across the festival, welcoming everyone and all to the screenings.
We’re excited for the upcoming festival. What are you most looking forward to?