BFI London Film Festival
in partnership with American Express
On sale to Members Plus and Members Fri 18 Sep, 10am
On general sale Mon 21 Sep, 10am
The 64th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express is all across the UK, inviting you to experience the world’s best new films wherever you are.
We're proud to present a selection of films from the 64th London BFI Film Festival in our own Cinema 1. Experience the best new films first, from feature to animation to documentary.
This year's incredible line-up includes the latest titles from Steve McQueen, Josephine Decker, Francis Lee, Garrett Bradley and Chloé Zhao, starring the incredible talents of Riz Ahmed, Frances McDormand, Jamie Foxx, Kate Winslet and David Byrne.
Plus, you can enjoy 12 days of UK premieres online via BFI Player, as well as in cinemas - and a range of free-to-access digital events, XR and Immersive Art and more.
BFI LFF 2020: Ammonite (15*)
Francis Lee follows up God’s Own Country with a film that is every bit as immersive, tactile and emotionally powerful, aided by the devastatingly good Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan.
BFI LFF 2020: David Byrne's American Utopia (15*)
Imagine if you could be front row, onstage even, for one of the most electrifying performances of David Byrne’s career? This must be the place.
BFI LFF 2020: Undine (15*)
Paula Beer embodies a modern-day incarnation of the mermaid myth, in the latest from contemporary German cinema’s most audacious storyteller, Christian Petzold.
BFI LFF 2020: Soul (PG*)
Jamie Foxx is Joe Gardner, a music teacher who lives for his art, in this latest film from Pixar.
BFI LFF 2020: Mogul Mowgli (15*)
Bassam Tariq’s visceral debut, co-written with Riz Ahmed, finds a British-Pakistani rapper’s life spiralling out of control when, on the cusp of success, he succumbs to a debilitating illness.
BFI LFF 2020: Herself (15*)
Phyllida Lloyd (Mamma Mia!) reunites with her all-female Shakespeare collaborators, Clare Dunne and Harriet Walter, for a stirring drama about a woman who refuses to be broken.
BFI LFF 2020: Shirley (15*)
Going nowhere with a novel about the disappearance of a local girl, writer Shirley Jackson gets the inspiration she needs when two young newlyweds come to stay.
BFI LFF 2020: Mangrove (15*)
Multi-award winning director Steve McQueen’s rousing tale of Black solidarity and resistance brings a seminal moment in British history into sharp focus.