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EDITORIAL Welcome to our special BFI London Film Festival Edition with coverage reviews of 15 films which were screened at the National Film Theatre, South Bank and the Central Picturehouse, Piccadilly. There were Gala Screenings, Special Presentations, Official Competition, First Feature Competition, Documentary Competition, and Love, Debate, Laugh, Dare, Thrill, Cult, Journey, Create, Experimenta, Family, Treasures from the Archive sections – something for everyone. Over 277 films screened at the biggest film festival in the UK. Our cover feature review is Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. Among the other films reviewed are Roma, Happy as Lazzaro, The Old Man And The Gun, Only You, Wildlife, John McEnroe – In The Realm of Perfection, The Kindergarten Teacher, Sometimes Always Never, Arctic, They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead.

Plus, there is a review of Damien Chazelle’s First Man which was outside of the festival and is currently on theatrical release. Enjoy the read

Brian Mills Magazine Editor

Paul Ridler Magazine Designer