BFI London Film Festival at GFT

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Wednesday 4 – Sunday 15 October, 2023

And it’s back with a bang! Sensational line-up of previews from the LFF programme begins with a sell-out screening of the opening film, Saltburn

After incredible demand, GFT is thrilled to add a second screening of Andrew Haigh’s supernatural romance All of Us Strangers to the programme, starring Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal. Don’t hang about if you want tickets for this one.

Over the next week, you can also catch Todd Haynes‘s contemporary melodrama May December, Kitty Green‘s tightly coiled thriller The Royal Hotel, William Oldroyd‘s eagerly awaited Eileen, and Molly Manning Walker‘s award-winning How to Have Sex, to name just a few.

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Explore the programme

Saltburn (director: Emerald Fennell) – Wednesday 4 October

May December (dir: Todd Haynes) – Friday 6 October

Earth Mama (dir: Savanah Leaf) – Saturday 7 October

The Royal Hotel (dir: Kitty Green) – Saturday 7 October

Robot Dreams (dir: Pablo Berger) – Sunday 8 October

The Mission (dir: Jesse Moss, Amanda McBaine) – Sunday 8 October

All Of Us Strangers (dir: Andrew Haigh) – Sunday 8 October & Sunday 15 October

Eileen (dir: William Oldroyd) – Monday 9 October

Housekeeping for Beginners (dir: Goran Stolevski) – Tuesday 10 October

20,000 Species of Bees (dir: Estibaliz Urresola Solaguren) – Tuesday 10 October

How to Have Sex (dir: Molly Manning Walker) – Wednesday 11 October

The Holdovers (dir: Alexander Payne) – Thursday 12 October

Birth/Rebirth (dir: Laura Moss) – Friday 13 October

Omen (dir: Baloji) – Saturday 14 October

The End We Start From (dir: Mahalia Belo) – Saturday 14 October

Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget (dir: Sam Fell) – Sunday 15 October

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