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MonosMonos

Drama2019103 minsDirector: Alejandro Landes

The winner of Best Film at the 2019 BFI London Film Festival is a hallucinogenic, intoxicating thriller about child soldiers.

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End of the CenturyEnd of the Century

Romance201984 minsDirector: Lucio Castro

A chance encounter reconnects two men in this heart-breaking lament on love, lust and missed opportunities.

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The Peanut Butter FalconThe Peanut Butter Falcon

Comedy201997 minsDirector: Michael Schwartz

Effortlessly charming buddy movie about a young man with Downs Syndrome (Zack Gottsagen) in pursuit of his dreams, with Shia LaBeouf.

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First LoveFirst Love

Comedy2019108 minsDirector: Takashi Miike

A terminally-ill boxer, a runaway call girl, a double-crossing drugs heist and a gang war; Takashi Miike doesn’t do things by halves.

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The Day Shall ComeThe Day Shall Come

Comedy201988 minsDirector: Christopher Morris

An impoverished Miami preacher is lured into terrorism by the FBI, in the latest explosive satire from comedy genius Chris Morris.

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Mr. JonesMr. Jones

Drama2019119 minsDirector: Agnieszka Holland

James Norton stars as Welsh journalist Gareth Jones whose 1930s visit to Soviet Ukraine uncovered the truth of Stalin’s state-sponsored famine and reputedly inspired George Orwell’s Animal Farm.

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BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival Presents
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BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival Presents

The home of LGBTIQ+ rentals on BFI Player, showcasing favourites from the BFI Flare festival and the best in contemporary LGBTIQ+ cinema.

 

Best Films of 2019
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Best Films of 2019

These are our most-chosen stories - resonant adventures that move and thrill; proof that cinema can be sharpest at its edge.

Backed by BFI
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Backed by BFI

From the Free Cinema movement to today’s Lottery Film Fund, this collection is a selection of titles made by outstanding talent, and supported by UK public money.