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The cameras are rolling. The film stars are flocking. The construction work is... still going on. Yes, Leicester Square is the place to be this October as the London Film Festival kicks off once again.

But which films should you line-up to see? Why is 360 such a pants Opening Film? What will the Surprise Film be? And how can you find out more about Felicity Jones filming herself in the shower? Answers to all these and more (but mostly just the Felicity Jones thing) can be found within our epic coverage of the year's best (and only) BFI-endorsed London-based film-related festival.

Sleep-deprived interviews, reviews written at 3am after drinking too much coffee, festival recommendations and photos of Ralph Fiennes with a beard. What more could you possibly want? (If you still want more, follow us on Twitter @iFlicks.)


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