2014 BFI London FF trailers, part 1: #-C’71

In which we attempt to make your life easier by gathering all the trailers for the films screening at this year’s BFI London Film Festival, taking place Oct 8-19. Here’s the first batch:

’71 (dir. Yann Demange)


10,000 km (dir. Carlos Marques-Marcet)


1001 Grams (dir. Bent Hamer)


6 Desires: DH Lawrence and Sardinia (dir. Mark Cousins)

No trailer, but it’s Mark Cousins so I suspect it’s going to be a great documentary.


72-82 (dir. William Raban)

No trailer.


The 78 Project Movie (dir. Alex Steyermark)


Altman (dir. Ron Mann)


Animal Farm (dirs. John Halas, Joy Batchelor)


Another Year (dir. Oxana Bychkova)


Appropriate Behavior (dir.Desiree Akhavan)


August Winds (dir. Gabriel Mascaro)


Austin To Boston (dir. James Marcus Haney)

(I don’t think this is the official trailer, but should give you an idea about what the doc is about anyhow.)


Beti and Amare (dir. Andy Siege)


Betibú (dir. Miguel Cohan)


Björk: Biophilia Live (dirs. Nick Fenton, Peter Strickland)


Black Coal, Thin Ice (dir. Diao Yinan)


Black Souls (dir. Francesco Munzi)


A Blast (dir. Syllas Tzoumerkas)


Blind (dir. Eskil Vogt)


Blood (dir. Alina Rudnitskaya)


The Blue Room (dir. Mathieu Amalric)


Born Yesterday (dir. George Cukor)


The Bride (dir. Ömer Lütfi Akad)


Brides (dir. Tinatin Karjrishvili)


Butter on the Latch (dir. Josephine Decker)


Bypass (dir. Duane Hopkins)

No trailer.


Camp X-Ray (dir. Peter Sattler)


Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart (dir. Jeremiah Zagar)


Casa Grande (dir. Fellipe Barbosa)


Catch Me Daddy (dirs. Daniel Wolfe, Matthew Wolfe)


Charlie’s Country (dir. Rolf de Heer)


Chasing Berlusconi (dir. Ole Endresen)


The Colour of Pomegranates (dir. Sergei Parajanov)


Come Back to the Five & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean (dir. Robert Altman)


The Contest – To the Stars and Back (dir. Martin Miehe-Renard)


Corn Island (dir. George Ovashvili)


Court (dir.Chaitanya Tamhane)

No trailer.


The Creator of the Jungle (dir. Jordi Morató)


Cub (dir. Jonas Govaerts)


The Cut (dir. Fatih Akin)

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