Wednesday, 19 October 2011


Day three showcased stunning British films from Turner Prize winning artist Steve McQueen (Hunger) and legendary documentry filmmaker Nick Broomfield (Ghosts).

Shame features Micheal Fassbender (Jane Eyre, A Dangerous Method) whom McQueen had worked with previously on his debut film Hunger. Shame features Brandon (Fassbinder), a young professional suffering from sex addiction. His sexual routines is disturbed by his younger sister, played by Carey Mulligan (Never Let Me Go, Drive) who decides to stay with him.

Premiere scene also spoke with Nick Broomfield and Joan Churchill (Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer) about their scathing Sarah Palin critique: Sarah Palin: you betcha! Both Nick and Joan were delighted to discuss the complexities of choosing such a high-profile Political subject with us; going into great detail about the reasons for making the film and the response from the Palin Camp.

Watch Nick Broomfield and Joan Churchill tell us about Sarah Palin: you Betcha!

View further interviews with cast and crew at the 55th BFI London Film Festival

Book tickets and attend the 55th BFI London Film Festival

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