55th London Film Festival – Day 3

Playing at the 55th London Film Festival today are the rudey nudey Michael Fassbender movie ‘Shame‘, cancer-comedy ’50/50′, and that bloody Sarah Palin being dismantled by Nick Broomfield.

Talks and Workshops
Education event: Film Journalism: Words on film, in print & online
Fri 14 |
10:30 |
NFT3, BFI Southbank
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Meet writers and editors from Empire, Sight & Sound and others, find out how they work and pick up tips on how to get started.

Film on the Square
50/50
Fri 14 |
12:15 |
Vue Screen 5
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An original story of friendship, love and survival – and finding humour in the most unlikely places.

Film on the Square
Dark Horse
Fri 14 |
15:00 |
Vue Screen 7
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Todd Solondz draws dark comedy from the story of two dysfunctional thirtysomethings planning to marry.

World Cinema
Hard Labour
Fri 14 |
15:30 |
Vue Screen 3
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Horror meets social observation in this understated debut feature from Brazilian filmmakers Juliana Rojas and Marco Dutra.

Film on the Square
Sarah Palin – You Betcha!
Fri 14 |
17:45 |
Vue Screen 5
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Nick Broomfield and Joan Churchill travel to Wasilla, Alaska, on the trail of Sarah Palin.

Other events
The YouTube Interview with Seth Rogen and Will Reiser
Fri 14 |
18:30 |
NFT1
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The Festival is delighted to be collaborating with YouTube for this unique on-stage interview with 50/50 writer Will Reiser and its star and producer, Seth Rogen, hosted by Radio 1’s Edith Bowman.

Galas & Special Screenings
Shame
Fri 14 |
20:30 |
Vue Screen 7
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Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan star in Steve McQueen’s frank study of a New York man’s sexual compulsion.

World Cinema
Without
Fri 14 |
21:00 |
NFT3
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A young woman battles with a recent tragedy whilst caring for an elderly man in this haunting, claustrophobic drama.

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