EDITORIAL Ah, here we are with this Special BFI London Film Festival Issue of MbM. You are invited to relive the 60th BFI London Film Festival and to be able to read the reviews of fourteen films from LFF which were seen at the Odeon Leicester Square, Picturehouse Central Piccadilly, Vue West End and the Embankment Garden Cinema.
Join us at the Press Conference for Arrival and its stars Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner and the Opening Film: A United Kingdom with Lone Scherfig, Rosamund Pike, David Oyelowo. View the glitz and glamour of the movie world. As always, we offer you the best, with ratings for each film. London can justifiably be proud of hosting a spectacular twelve-day event.
Among the talent who attended were: Amy Adams, Casey Affleck, Benedict Andrews, Andrea Arnold, Gemma Arterton, Amma Assante, J. A Bayona, Laura Carmichael, Damien Chazelle, Sam Claflin, Shalto Copley, Tom Ford, Ryan Gosling, Werner Herzog, Nicole Kidman, Sasha Lane, Kenneth Lonergan, Steve McQueen, Ben Mendelsohn, Cillian Murphy, Bill Nighy, David Oyelowo, Nate Parker, Dev Patel, Rosamund Pike, Jeremy Renner, Jack Reynor, Lone Sherfig, Makoto Shinkai, Ruby Stokes, Oliver Stone, Sigourney Weaver, Ben Wheatley, Michelle Williams, Stephen Woolley
Films reviewed in this issue: Arrival, Elle, The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki, Have You Seen My Movie? *La La Land, Lion, Manchester By the Sea, Nocturnal Animals, Paterson, The Red Turtle, Their Finest, Una, A United Kingdom, and Your Name. *Cover feature review.
Enjoy the read.
A magazine for discerning cinemagoers and filmmakers. 60th London Film Festival Edition.