London Film Festival 2018

225 features (38% women directors). 77 countries. 14 cinemas. 12 days. One festival.

Running from 10th – 21st October LFF promises to be a grand and glamorous affair, bringing with it new films from Park Chan-wook, Yorgos Lanthimos, Alice Rorwacher, Steve McQueen, Carol Morley, and Karyn Kusama.

Join us for our coverage.

LFF 2018: The Cannibal Club Review

LFF 2018: The Cannibal Club Review

The unusual appetites of a wealthy couple make for a deliciously dark satire.

LFF 2018: Étangs Noirs Review

LFF 2018: Étangs Noirs Review

An undelivered package takes one man on a journey across Brussels in this intriguing yet puzzling film.

Wildlife Review

Wildlife Review

Paul Dano's directorial debut features a number of strong performances

LFF 2018: Mari Review

LFF 2018: Mari Review

A family's life is thrown into turmoil in this tender drama, which uses dance to bring its beautiful story to life.

LFF 2018: Lords of Chaos Review

LFF 2018: Lords of Chaos Review

The bizarre true story of a Norwegian black metal group and their shocking rise to fame.

LFF 2018: Peterloo Review

LFF 2018: Peterloo Review

A history lesson that resonates with life for millions today

LFF 2018: Widows Review

LFF 2018: Widows Review

Widows is every bit as thrilling as you would expect

LFF 2018: Life Itself Review

LFF 2018: Life Itself Review

Life will surprise you, or not as the case may be

LFF 2018: Journey to a Mother’s Room Review

LFF 2018: Journey to a Mother’s Room Review

A mother and daughter come to terms with their grief in a profound and deeply moving drama.

LFF 2018: Little Forest Review

LFF 2018: Little Forest Review

Endless comfort and joy is to be found in Little Forest

LFF 2018: The Guilty Review

LFF 2018: The Guilty Review

An emergency call operator finds more than one life on the line in Gustav Möller’s taut, one location thriller.

U - July 22 Review

U - July 22 Review

A one-take, real-time rendering of that tragic day in 2011

LFF 2018: Destroyer Review

LFF 2018: Destroyer Review

You can't run from yourself

LFF 2018: The Hummingbird Project Review

LFF 2018: The Hummingbird Project Review

An absurd oddity concerning fibre optics

LFF 2018: Burning Review

LFF 2018: Burning Review

An enigmatically thrilling and unforgettable experience

LFF 2018: Touch Me Not Review

LFF 2018: Touch Me Not Review

The Golden Bear winner at Berlinale is a challenging yet ultimately rewarding film

LFF 2018: The Favourite Review

LFF 2018: The Favourite Review

Lanthimos’ most accessible work but with enough madness to keep you engrossed (and in stitches)

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2018 London Film Festival Winners Announced

2018 London Film Festival Winners Announced

The big prizes were handed out tonight ahead of the last day of the festival tomorrow