Today is the first day of London Film Festival 2021, and I’m thrilled to say that after a year away fivethreeninety is back to cover some of the best new films coming our way.

Here are the films I’ll be covering this year:

The Harder They Fall

Dir. Jeymes Samuel

What Do We See When We Look at the Sky?

Dir. Alexandre Koberidze

Memory Box

Dir. Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige

The Feast

Dir. Lee Haven Jones

The Souvenir: Part II

Dir. Joanna Hogg


Dir. Pablo Larrain

Last Night in Soho

Dir. Edgar Wright

La Mif

Dir. Fred Bailiff

The Power of the Dog

Dir. Jane Champion

The French Dispatch

Dir. Wes Anderson

Language Lessons

Dir. Natalie Morales

The Lost Daughter

Dir. Maggie Gyllenhaal

Ali & Ava

Dir. Clio Barnard

If you’re attending LFF let me know what’s on your viewing list, and hopefully I’ll see you around!

While I will be attending some screenings in London, most of my viewings will be happening online or in LFF’s national partnering cinemas. I am very thankful that BFI are continuing this in 2021 as an adaptation to the not yet finished pandemic, and am hopeful that they continue to make this event as accessible in coming years.

London Film Festival runs from 6th – 17th October

Book remaining tickets here

Follow fivethreeninety’s London Film Festival coverage here

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