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The Times bfi London Film Festival is the UK's largest public film event, screening 300 films from 60 countries. The festival, currently in its 50th year, is held every year by the British Film Institute and currently sponsored by The Times newspaper. The 2006 Festival runs run from 18 October to 2 November.

The Festival presents the very best of new film from the full spectrum of world cinema, with an extensive schedule of industry and public forums, education events, lectures and celebrity interviews.

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[edit] Awards

[edit] 2004

The Sutherland Trophy:
Tarnation directed by Jonathan Caouette

7th FIPRESCI International Critics Award:
Aaltra co-directed by Gustave Kervern & Benoit Delepine

The Alfred Dunhill UK Film Talent Award:
A Way Of Life directed by Amma Asante

9th Annual Satyajit Ray Award:
The Woodsman directed by Nicole Kassell

TCM Classic Shorts Award:
Nits directd by Harry Wootliff

[edit] 2005

The Sutherland Trophy:
The Living And The Dead directed by Kari Paljakka

8th FIPRESCI International Critics Award:
Man Push Cart directed by Ramin Bahrani

The Alfred Dunhill UK Film Talent Award:
Producer Gayle Griffiths

The 10th Annual Satyajit Ray Award:
Pavee Lackeen directed by Perry Ogden

The Times bfi London Film Festival Grierson Award:
Workingman's Death directed by Michael Glawogger

TCM Classic Shorts Award:
Jane Lloyd directed by Happy

[edit] 2006

The Sutherland Trophy:
Red Road directed by Andrea Arnold

9th FIPRESCI International Critics Award:
Lola directed by Javier Rebollo

The Alfred Dunhill UK Film Talent Award:
Producer Mark Herbert

The 11th Annual Satyajit Ray Award:
Lives Of Others directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck

The Times bfi London Film Festival Grierson Award:
Thin directed by Lauren Greenfield

TCM Classic Shorts Award:
Silence Is Golden directed by Chris Shepherd

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