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Лондонский кинофестиваль: история и традиции

Лондонский кинофестиваль , являющийся одним из самых значимых кинособытий Великобритании наряду с вручением призов Британской академии кино и телевидения, проводится ежегодно с 1957 года во второй половине октября ? начале ноября. Это один из ведущих внеконкурсных кинофестивалей Европы, представленный Британским институтом кинематографии. В последние годы мероприятие проводится при поддержке газеты Times .

В ряду мировых киносмотров Лондонский кинофестиваль стоит несколько особняком. Он отличается от более известных фестивалей — Каннского , Венецианского , Берлинского и других — отсутствием конкурса. И тем не менее в рамках фестиваля происходит вручение нескольких кинематографических наград, которые не столь популярны, как "Золотая пальмовая ветвь" Каннского кинофестиваля или венецианские "Золотые львы", но все же считаются престижными в мировом киноискусстве. Одна из наград кинофестиваля — "Сазерленд Трофи" — учреждена Британским киноинститутом. На фестивале также происходит награждение призом Международной федерации кинопрессы ФИПРЕССИ.

На Лондонском кинофестивале бывает представлена самая широкая палитра всего нового и интересного, что появляется в мировом кино в уходящем году. Как правило, открывает или закрывает фестиваль британский фильм о Великобритании. Традиционными тематическими разделами на двухнедельном киносмотре являются "Новое британское кино", "Французские революции", "Кино Европы", "Мировое кино". Обычно в программе фестиваля бывает представлено несколько фильмов из России и стран СНГ и Балтии.

В среднем за последние годы в каждом Лондонском кинофестивале участвовало около 280 полнометражных, документальных, короткометражных, анимационных и архивных кинолент из 60 стран мира.

Помимо показов фильмов, на Лондонском кинофестивале проводятся традиционные интервью со звездами кинообозревателей газеты " Гардиан ", киносалоны, конференции, симпозиумы.

В последние годы зрители увидели в рамках фестивальных показов такие российские фильмы, как " Коктебель " Бориса Хлебникова и Алексея Попогребского , "Свои" Дмитрия Месхиева , " Бабуся " Лидии Бобровой, "Отец и сын" Александра Сокурова , "Прогулка" и "Космос как предчувствие" Алексея Учителя .


В программе 52-го Лондонского кинофестиваля, который проходит с 15 по 30 октября 2008 года, четыре российских полнометражных фильма: " Все умрут, а я останусь " режиссера Валерии Гай Германики, картина Бакура Бакурадзе " Шультес ", " Пленный " Алексея Учителя и " Тюльпан " режиссера Сергея Дворцевого (совместное производство Казахстана, Германии, Швейцарии и России).

В 2008 году программа фестиваля включает в себя около 190 художественных и свыше 100 документальных фильмов.
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CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? Headline Gala | BFI London Film Festival 2018
Actor Maggie Gyllenhaal visits the BFI Southbank during LFF2018 to talk about her career.Gyllenhaal started her career at age 15 in films directed by her father Stephen, gaining wider attention with her supporting performance in the 2001 cult classic Donnie Darko (alongside her brother Jake). She was launched to indie film stardom by her unforgettable lead performance in the following year's Secretary, for which she received her first Golden Globe nomination. The rising star followed this up with supporting turns in 40 Days and 40 Nights, and in two Charlie Kaufman films: Adaptation and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. Gyllenhaal received huge acclaim for playing a recovering heroin addict in Sherrybaby (2006) and in 2009 earned her first Oscar nomination, for Best Supporting Actress in Crazy Heart. She won her first Golden Globe Award and an Emmy nomination in 2015 for the TV mini-series The Honourable Woman, while this year has brought another Golden Globe nomination for her acting work on HBO's acclaimed drama The Deuce. Gyllenhaal also serves as producer for both the TV series and The Kindergarten Teacher.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFIWatch more on BFI Player: http://player.bfi.org.uk/Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BritishFilmInstituteFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/britishfilminstitute/Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BFI

Screen Talk - Maggie Gyllenhaal | BFI London Film Festival 2018
The director of Rafiki talks about her film on the LFF 2018 red carpet. Street-smart tomboy Kena and rainbow-haired free spirit Ziki both dream of a life beyond the stifling confines of their conservative Nairobi neighbourhood. From the moment the two young women meet, the connection is clear and soon their budding friendship blossoms into something more serious. Torn between the romantic desire to follow their hearts and the pragmatic need to follow their heads, the star-crossed lovers find themselves forced to make an impossible choice between happiness and safety. There is no question that Rafiki is a timely and necessary film. Even before its premiere at Cannes this year, a national ban was enforced for its supposed “intent to promote lesbianism in Kenya, contrary to the law”. Such intolerance only serves as a testament to the unabashed courage director Wanuri Kahiu demonstrates in telling queer stories in a country where gay sex is still a punishable offence. But while her film has inherently political implications, it also signals a new African cinema that is youthful, stylish and thrillingly engaged with pop culture. Sparkling with effervescent colour and crackling with palpable chemistry between the two leads, this trailblazing film is a vital burst of energy, urgency and, perhaps most importantly, hope.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFIWatch more on BFI Player: http://player.bfi.org.uk/Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BritishFilmInstituteFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/britishfilminstitute/Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BFI

RAFIKI BFI Flare Special Presentation | BFI London Film Festival 2018
Steve Coogan, John C Reilly and the makers of Stan & Ollie talk about the film at its LFF2018 world premiere. In 1953, several years after their last film and with their immense celebrity on the wane, Stan ‘Laurel’ and Ollie ‘Hardy’ embark on a gig tour of British seaside towns and music halls. Surprised by the modesty of the bookings and cramped little guesthouses, the tour starts off subdued. They struggle for audiences and their booking agent seems disinterested. But a series of TV guest spots and celebrity appearances soon rekindle the country’s interest in their genius and the buzz grows as they head towards a big London finale. As the attention builds, so too do old resentments, coming to a head as they’re joined by ‘the wives’, Lucille and Ida (Shirley Henderson and Nina Arianda, a hilarious double act in their own right).Coogan and Reilly fans know their brilliance as physical comedians, but to watch them here is a revelation; they nail body language, mannerisms and also routines the duo would have known in their sleep after decades performing together. Craft is sublime throughout, crystallised in an audacious opening with each department dazzling in a six-minute tracking sequence captured by Laurie Rose’s camera team. Director Jon S Baird (Filth), screenwriter Jeff Pope (Philomena) and producer Faye Ward (who also screens Festival Gala Wild Rose in the LFF) offer a poignant study of lifelong male friendship and a fitting tribute to two of cinema’s comedy giants; it’s our great pleasure to close the Festival with this World Premiere of Stan & Ollie.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFIWatch more on BFI Player: http://player.bfi.org.uk/Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BritishFilmInstituteFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/britishfilminstitute/Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BFI

STAN & OLLIE Closing Night Gala | BFI London Film Festival 2018
The director and co-writer of Wildlife, part of lineup in the first feature competition at LFF 2018, talk about their film. When teenager Joe (Ed Oxenbould) and his parents move to suburban Montana, a fresh start seems on the cards. But cracks soon show, with volatile father Jerry (Jake Gyllenhaal) needing to search further afield for work. This leaves Joe and his relentlessly chipper mother Jeanette (Carey Mulligan) alone, with Jeanette clinging onto the fa

WILDLIFE First Feature Competition | BFI London Film Festival 2018
Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan introduce their new film at the London Film Festival 2018.Sharp-minded Marie (a bewitching performance by Pike) had a fearless approach to capturing human stories in war zones. Widely recognised by the eye patch she insouciantly sported, the result of a grenade attack during an interview with Tamil Tiger rebels, Marie was a striking figure in London culture circles in the 2000s – as much at home with a Martini at a party as she was confronting Muammar Gaddafi in an interview shortly before his death. Aided by resplendent, visceral cinematography by Robert Richardson (The Hateful Eight) and elegantly adapted by Arash Amel from Marie Brenner’s Vanity Fair article ‘Marie Colvin’s Private War’, Oscar-nominated Heineman has created a devastating portrait of a complex, brilliant woman. In every scene, Pike fiercely inhabits Colvin – occasionally arrogant, but also deeply compassionate and committed – who sacrificed her own safety and happiness to bear witness to the very human cost of armed conflict: ‘the people who have no voice’.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFIWatch more on BFI Player: http://player.bfi.org.uk/Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BritishFilmInstituteFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/britishfilminstitute/Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BFI

A PRIVATE WAR Mayor of London's Gala | BFI London Film Festival 2018
Director Barry Jenkins talks about his new film, If Beale Street Could Talk on the LFF 2018 red carpet.‘Love is what brought you here and if you trusted it this far, trust it all the way.’ Tish (KiKi Layne) and Fonny (Stephan James) have known each other since childhood, but only latterly discovered that the safe, easy familiarity between them has bloomed into a love so intoxicating it promises everlasting joy and happiness. But life is not destined to be so easy for a young black couple living in 1970s Harlem. Fonny is falsely accused of a rape and an unjust judicial system refuses to acknowledge the impossibility of his having committed the crime. Tish and her family struggle to exonerate him. This is only the second time a book by Baldwin has been adapted for the screen (Robert Gu

IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK Love Gala | BFI London Film Festival 2018
Amandla Stenberg and the writer and director of The Hate U Give talk about the film at LFF 2018. Adapted by Soul Food director George Tillman Jr from Angie Thomas’ bestselling Black Lives Matter-inspired young-adult novel, The Hate U Give is an expansive and electrifying hybrid of coming-of-age tropes and powerful social drama. It boasts a remarkably textured lead performance from Amandla Stenberg (The Hunger Games) as code-switching Starr Carter, who presents one face to family and friends in her predominantly black neighbourhood, but a different one to her white prep-school classmates and boyfriend Chris (KJ Apa, Riverdale). Initially playing like a smart teen movie, the film’s effervescent flow is brutally disrupted when Starr witnesses the fatal police shooting of her childhood friend Khalil (Algee Smith, Detroit). This shift in tone is multi-layered, as Tillman and screenwriter Audrey Wells go beyond the facts of a fictional yet all-too-familiar case to consider the human cost behind blaring headlines. Stenberg’s reluctant, traumatised heroine is supported by a richly talented adult cast, notably Russell Hornsby as her politicised father Maverick and Regina Hall as pragmatic mother Lisa. Articulating a divergent array of community standpoints, we see Insecure creator Issa Rae as an activist lawyer and Common as a cop who’s also Starr’s uncle.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFIWatch more on BFI Player: http://player.bfi.org.uk/Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BritishFilmInstituteFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/britishfilminstitute/Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BFI


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