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The 2018 BFI London Film Festival line-up has been announced

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Big names, hidden gems and arthouse favourites head to the capital this October.

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By Hannah Woodhead

Paul Rudd and Steve Coogan play a gay couple in a cringeworthy comedy built on very weak foundations.

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Mindhorn

By Adam Woodward

Julian Barratt gives the finest comedy performance of his career in this hilarious caper.

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Philomena

By David Jenkins

A big return-to-form for director Stephen Frears in this lilting transatlantic weepie.

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Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

By Adam Lee Davies

Steve Coogan brings his sparkling character comedy to the tedious tale of a radio station siege.

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