London Film Festival 2023: line-up, dates, tickets
The capital city’s best cinema event of the year is back for another round!
The London Film Festival returns to screens across the big smoke, concentrated at the Southbank Centre and extending to the BFI Southbank, the BFI IMAX, Curzon Soho, Curzon Mayfair, the Prince Charles Cinema, the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), the Vue West End and the Bargehouse at Oxo Tower Wharf. Screenings will also take place in Bristol, Belfast, Cardiff, Nottingham, Manchester, Sheffield, Birmingham, Newcastle and Glasgow.
This year’s selection contains 252 films (88 more than last year), including 29 world premieres and 30 European premieres, 39% of which are made by female and non-binary filmmakers.
LFF 2023 runs between Wednesday 4 and Sunday 15 October. Ticket bookings vary on your level of membership to the BFI. BFI Patrons can book from Monday 4 September, Champions from Tuesday 5 September, and Members from Wednesday 6 September. If you’re not a member in any form, you have to wait until Tuesday 12 September to book anything. For some screenings, extra tickets will be released on Thursday 28 September.
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