Famous faces in film: Q&As to book now
BAFTA, BFI and Curzon are among the venues hosting Q&As with the most exciting names in the film industry – here's all the best events to book now
Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Lelio is no stranger to London, and it's always a pleasure to welcome him back. Anticipating his new film starring Julianne Moore – Gloria Bell, a gloriously hedonistic portrait of youth without age – the director is coming to Curzon to tell us all about it.
Following his Oscar-winning feature A Fantastic Woman and last year's Disobedience, Lelio is offering a sensitive perspective on the life of another woman fighting to stay free. Hear what he has to say in person about his most inhibited film yet.Read more ...
Attacking juxtaposing ideas of terrorism and poptimism, the daring filmmaker Brady Corbet is back with his second feature Vox Lux, a portrait of a 21st century pop icon starring Natalie Portman.
The film is unapologetic in its brashness, provocative in its display of conflicting ideas to reflect a cacophonous world. It's one that demands a rewatch and as much detail as possible – get it from the mind behind the madness, with an exclusive Q&A from the director himself.Read more ...
With her astronomically good English-language debut High Life, the esteemed French filmmaker Claire Denis is coming to London to tell us all about it.
Denis made her name with blistering portraits of psychological yearning, emotional adults in crisis such as Beau Travail and Chocolat. Now, she's launching Robert Pattinson into the stratosphere with a sci-fi picture of existentialism like nothing you've seen before.Read more ...
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