LFF2012 Tag Archive

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DN LFF2012: Father/Son – Bryan Reisberg

Screening as part of the London Film Festival’s Blood is Thicker than Water shorts programme, Bryan Reisberg’s Father/Son portrays a disquieting family

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DN LFF2012: Made in Ash – Iveta Grofová

Initially conceived as a documentary, Iveta Grofová’s debut feature Made in Ash uses a mix of non-professional actors and locals to depict the harsh life

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DN LFF2012: Clip – Maja Miloš

Inspired by online footage posted by teens of the bullying and sexual activity present in their everyday lives, Serbian director Maja Miloš’ debut feature

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DN LFF2012: Starlet – Sean Baker

Sean Baker’s Starlet tells the story of a burgeoning friendship between a young woman and an elderly widow after a yard sale purchase brings them together.

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DN LFF2012: Flight of the Pompadour – Karan Kandhari

The second instalment in A United Howl, Karan Kandhari’s trilogy of shorts about misfits, outsiders and loners, Flight of the Pompadour is a charming tale of

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DN LFF2012: Short Stories – Mikhail Segal

We spoke to Russian director Mikhail Segal’s at the London Film Festival about his second feature Short Stories; a collection of four narratives each playing

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DN LFF2012: Punk – Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire

Based on Boris Bergmann’s book Viens La Que Je Te Tue Ma Belle, Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire’s feature Punk is a portrait of the animality of a teenager

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DN LFF2012: Good Vibrations – Glenn Leyburn & Lisa Barros D’Sa

Co-directors Glenn Leyburn and Lisa Barros D’Sa’s second feature Good Vibrations tells the true life story of Terri Hooley Ulster’s Godfather of Punk,

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DN LFF2012: Shoot Me! – Kate Hardie

Actor, turned director Kate Hardie’s film Shoot Me screened as part of the Obsessive and Compulsive shorts programme at this year’s London Film Festival

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DN LFF2012: Spike Island – Mat Whitecross

Director Mat Whitecross held his cool in a special ‘speed round’ London Film Festival interview for his new feature Spike Island, which captures the

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DN LFF2012: Le Grand Soir – Benoît Delépine

Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern continue their filmmaking partnership by transforming two of France’s most famous actors into anti-establishment punks

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LFF2012: Sightseers

Following a stint in Cannes, DN favourite Ben Wheatley premiered his new film as part of the Comedy Gala at the 56th BFI London Film Festival. His third feature,

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