London film festival to be ‘most accessible yet’ as lineup unveiled

Organisers say they are ‘going big’ with screenings online and in independent cinemas

Organisers of this year’s BFI London film festival have promised the most accessible nationwide event in its history as it presents 58 feature films digitally and to socially distanced audiences in independent cinemas across the UK.

The festival, now in its 64th edition, unveiled a programme featuring films from 40 countries by directors including Steve McQueen, Phyllida Lloyd, Spike Lee, Miranda July and Francis Lee.

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