Into Film at the 60th BFI London Film Festival

06 Oct 2016

2 mins
Into Film at the 60th BFI London Film Festival

The 60th BFI London Film Festival opened on Weds 6 October with a screening of Amma Asante's new drama A United Kingdom. This year's LFF features an incredible line-up of films, both homegrown and from numerous corners of the globe, with everything from Hollywood blockbusters, to fascinating documentaries, and the best of foreign language cinema.

We'll be interviewing many of the actors, directors and talent behind the films that make up this year's festival, and we'll be constantly updating this page with the latest interviews and junkets, so be sure to bookmark and keep checking back for more and more London Film Festival coverage!

In our first video (above), the talent behind opening film A United Kingdom - including actors David Oyelowo, Laura Carmichael and Jack Davenport and director Amma Asante - spoke to our young reporter Beattie about why they believe film festivals in general - including our own Into Film Festival - are of such vital importance, both for the film industry and for the filmgoing public.

Another one of our young reporters Ogo got to ask Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner for their advice to people who may have trouble accepting those who are different at the press conference for sci-fi drama Arrival.

Find out more about the London Film Festival opening gala - along with all of our other LFF interviews and coverage - in the links below.

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