Banish the winter blues at the second London Comedy Film Festival at BFI Southbank, with amazing premieres, hilarious classics and guest appearances from the world of film.
Over four days at BFI Southbank, LoCo's London Comedy Film Festival showcases cinema's most underrated genre.
The programme celebrates the whole spectrum of film comedy, from silent films to those using the latest cinematic techniques.
• A special preview of A Liar’s Autobiography, the acclaimed 3D animated biography of Monty Python star Graham Chapman
• The world premiere of I Give It A Year, a new romantic comedy which stars Rose Byrne and Rafe Spall as an oddly matched couple. Co-writer Dan Mazer, who will be interviewed on stage after the screening. The entire audience has been asked to dress in their best wedding outfits for a reception at BFI Southbank after the screening, with special guests from the film
• The London Premiere of Gayby will introduce London audiences to this acclaimed, low budget charmer about a thirtysomething woman and her gay best friend who decide to have a baby together
• The 50th Anniversary Screening of The Pink Panther, a must for families
• UK premieres of two hugely successful European films: outrageous Danish comedy Klown, the top-grossing homegrown film of the year in Denmark, and Le Skylab, a delightful family comedy set in 1979
• Movie 43, the year’s biggest Hollywood comedy, an all-star, R-rated sketch comedy epic created by the Farrelly brothers with an astonishing cast including Halle Berry, Richard Gere, Naomi Watts, Kate Winslet, Anna Faris, Emma Stone, Hugh Jackman, Johnny Knoxville, Stephen Merchant, Chloë Grace Moretz and Uma Thurman.