London Film Festival 2006The 50th annual LFF includes the talents of Brad Pitt, Will Ferrell and Kate Winslet , famed director Tim Burton and a flock of fiesty penguins amongst more than 180 feature films. Conquering genres or just making them up, this year's collection melds hollywood icons and arty-types, and no matter your cinema modus operandi, you're sure to find something that stirs your mind. And soul.
|French Revolutions||Cinema Europa|
|World Cinema||Short Cuts and Animation|
|Experimenta||Treasures from the Archives|
|Galas and Special Screenings||Film on the Square|
|New British Cinema||Opening and Closing Nights|
Here's LondonNet's guide to the LFF:
Delve into the deeper depths of indie-cinema with this year's London Film Festival, where crap conspires with cunning in a way that could only create a film festival.
Take advantage of the festival's four ways to book, but get tickets quick. (No credit or postal booking fee) Click here for ticket prices.
Online Booking - Book more than one film at a time, and pay by Switch, MasterCard, Visa or American Express card.
Telephone Booking - 020 7928 3232, 9.30 - 20.30 daily.
Postal Booking - Print the form below. Postal bookings will be processed from 18 September for BFI members (maximum of 2 tickets per film or 4 tickets per family film). Booking forms are treated strictly on a first-come-first-served basis.
- At the NFT Box Office, Leicester Square Ticket Booth and Festival venues
- At the NFT Box Office, South Bank, open daily from 11.30 - 20.30
- At the Festival Ticket Booth, Leicester Square (opposite Empire Cinema), open 16 October - 2 November, 12.00 - 21.00
- At the Festival venues, tickets for the day are available from 30 minutes before the first screening
Note: Members of the ICA, Ritzy, Rio, Tricycle and Ciné Lumière get priority postal booking - your form will be processed one day before the public.
Full list of LFF events