Like some kind of cinematic advent calendar, London Film Week is opening its doors for seven days in early December to screen seven much-hyped movies. Some may be on your radar already, some may not – all are well worth checking out.
Running from December 2-8 at Regent Street Cinema, London Film Week is billed as ‘a vibrant celebration of today’s new artistic work’. Each feature will be preceded by a short film, so it’s a chance to catch up on some of shortform filmmaking’s best new talents too.
Here’s the line-up in full:
‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’, Dec 2
‘Buddy Goes to Nollywood’, Dec 3
‘Marriage Story’, Dec 4
‘Beanpole’, Dec 5
‘First Love’, Dec 6
‘The Irishman’, Dec 7
‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’, Dec 8
All screenings start at 7pm and tickets are £12. Head to the official site to book.
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