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September 2020

Some amazing films were released during lockdown and found an audience online. Some had their theatrical releases cruelly curtailed. You can now catch up with the best of these films on the big screen at BFI Southbank.

  • White Riot

    White Riot

    This LFF 2019 Documentary Competition winner about the Rock Against Racism movement is vital and timely viewing.

  • Rocks


    An outstanding coming-of-age film led by an impressive cast of young, non-professional actors.

  • Host + Q&A

    Host + video Q&A

    Startlingly impressive and genuinely frightening, this gem was conceived, shot and produced entirely under quarantine.

  • Lynn + Lucy

    Lynn + Lucy

    Fyzal Boulifa’s beautiful debut examines a childhood friendship tested by tragedy.

  • Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles

    Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles

    Salvador Simo’s handsome animated film follows Luis Buñuel’s search for creative direction early in his career.

  • Calm with Horses

    Calm with Horses

    Emotionally shattering and gritty drama starring Barry Keoghan.

  • The Traitor

    The Traitor

    Marco Bellocchio’s magnificent film follows the life of 80s Mafioso-turned informant, Tommaso Buscetta.

  • The Assistant

    The Assistant

    An unsettling tale of workplace harassment and abuse for the post-Weinstein era.

  • Clemency


    Sundance prize-winning study of the ethics of capital punishment.

  • Parasite (black and white version)

    Parasite (black and white version)

    Bong Joon Ho’s Oscar-winning black comedy is a piercing commentary on equality and class.

  • Ema


    Ema and her older husband adopt a troubled child, with explosive results.

  • Moffie


    A complex study of the horrors of war on the Angolan border in 1981.

  • Perfect 10

    Perfect 10

    This spirited coming-of-age story follows 14-year-old Leigh’s relationship with her half-brother.

  • Vitalina Varela

    Vitalina Varela

    Pedro Costa’s opera without music is a contemplation of race, grief and exile.

  • Make Up

    Make Up

    Self-acceptance and sexual awakening at a desolate seaside holiday park.

  • Eternal Beauty

    Preview: Eternal Beauty

    Sally Hawkins gives a standout performance as a fragile young woman jilted on her wedding day.

  • The Painted Bird

    The Painted Bird

    Starkly beautiful and compelling exploration of the fight for survival in Eastern Europe during World War II.

  • Monsoon


    A young British Vietnamese man returns to his birth country for the first time in over 30 years in this study of loneliness and belonging.

  • Away


    Mesmerising animation following a boy pursued by an amorphous, menacing creature.

  • Miss Juneteenth

    Miss Juneteenth

    Debut feature inspired by Texan teen pageants and mother-daughter bonding.

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