One of the most awaited programme of London “The 59th BFI London Film Festival” has unveiled, along with a total number of two hundred and thirty eight fiction as well as documentary features will be played over twelve days from the 7th to 18th October 2015.
The whole of two hundred and thirty eight fiction plus documentary features, counting in sixteen world premieres, forty European premiers, eight international premieres along with eleven archive films which includes five Restoration World Premieres will be playing all across London, counting in UK premiere gala screen of Ben Wheatley’s hotly.
This awesome film festival opens with the great European Premiere of starring Carey Mulligan, Sarah Gavron’s Suffragette, Anne-Marie Duff, Helena Bonham Carter, Brendan Gleeson, Meryl Streep and Ben Whishaw. Moreover, it closes with the one of the greatest European Premiere of Kate Winslet, starring Michael Fassbender, Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs, Katherine Waterston, Seth Rogen, Michael Stuhlbarg and Jeff Daniels. Moreover, in between the festival there are high chances to see many other celebrities.
The rest of the London film festival takes place on big as well as small crossways London, counting BFI IMAX, Picture house Central, the aforementioned Odeon Leicester Square, Vue Islington, BFI Southbank, Ciné Lumière, Curzon Soho, the ICA, Curzon Mayfair, Vue West End, Cineworld Haymarket, Rich Mix, Ritzy Brixton, Curzon Chelsea, and Hackney Picturehouse. Other screenings in addition to events will take place at Tate Modern.