57th BFI London Film Festival 2013

BFI London Film Festival 2013

It has begun.

The line-up looks fantastic, the press screenings have begun, and the BFI London Film Festival starts for real this Wednesday. We will as usual be covering the Festival incessantly over the next two weeks as I try to finally break through the 30 film barrier. Keep your eyes peeled as the reviews we publish over the next fortnight will cover the best that cinema has to come for the next year and, if the past three years are emulated, will include the winner of the Oscar for Best Film. Unless Gravity wins… I don’t think I’ll manage to see that one.

Below you will find the usual wall of hyperlinked images so you can more easily navigate our glut of review.

Films reviewed:

12 Years a SlaveAfternoon DelightThe Armstrong LieAt BerkleyBlue Is the Warmest ColourCinema Re-ActedComputer ChessDon JonThe DoubleFloating SkyscrapersInside Llewyn DavisThe Invisible WomanJeune et JolieKill Your DarlingsLabor DayMay in the SummerMe Myself and MumNEBRASKANight MovesSAVING MR. BANKSShort Term 12Starred UpThe Strange Colour of Your Bodys TearsUnder the SkinWe Are The BestThe Zero Theorem