Sep 2 2016

Congratulations to our clients who have 25 films screening at the the 60th BFI London Film Festival which takes place from 5-16 October 2016. The following films will be in the Official Competition: UNA, directed by Benedict Andrews, shot by Director of Photography Thimios Bakatakis with production design by Fiona CrombieBRIMSTONE, directed by Martin Koolhoven and edited by Job ter BurgELLE, Directed by Paul Verhoeven with production design from Laurent Ott and editing by Job ter Burg, ACE, NCE; There are Headline Galas for: MANCHESTER BY THE SEA, shot by Director of Photography Jody lee LipesARRIVAL, directed by Denis Villeneuve and shot by Director of Photography Bradford YoungNOCTURNAL ANIMALS, directed by Tom Ford with production design by Shane ValentinoTHEIR FINEST, directed by Lone Scherfig and shot by Director of Photography Sebastian Blenkov, DFF. In First Feature Competition is: LADY MACBETH, directed by William Oldroyd, shot by Director of Photography Ari Wegner and edited by Nick Emerson; RAW(GRAVE), directed by Julia Ducournau and shot by Director of Photography Ruben ImpensTHE LEVELLING, directed by Hope Dickson-Leach and shot by Director of Photography Nanu Segal; Also screening at the festival are: BLACK MIRROR: SAN JUNIPERO, directed by Owen Harris, edited by Nicolas ChaudeurgeBLACK MIRROR: NOSE DIVE, directed by Joe Wright and edited by Valerio BonelliI AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER directed by Billy O’Brien and edited by Nick EmersonTWO LOVERS AND A BEAR directed by Kim Nguyen shot by Director of Photography Nicolas Bolduc, CSCTHE UNTAMED, directed by Amat Escalante, shot by Director of Photography Manuel Alberto Claro and edited by Jacob Secher SchulsingerPERSONAL SHOPPER directed by Olivier Assayas with costumes by Jurgen Doering; FUCKKKYOUUU, directed by Eddie Alcazar and shot by Director of Photography Danny Hiele; documentary SKY LADDER: THE ART OF CAI GUO-QIANG directed by Kevin MacDonald, edited by Nick Emerson and Adam Biskupski and KING COBRA, directed by Justin Kelly and shot by Director of Photography Benjamin Loeb.