BFI London Film Festival 2017 - Red Carpet Monochrome

It's been a(nother) long London Film Festival, and as with last year, I both made it to an event every day (several days two), and for no reason other than Because I Want To, I feel commemorating another great festival with a commentary-free Red Carpet Monochrome journal is the way to go.

Here's how it went down, from October 3 to October 15, 2017 (each image contains a link to the journal of the event)

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Great. What am I meant to do with myself til next year??

Great. What am I meant to do with myself til next year??

...and all of that without one of these to put on MY lens hood :)

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Until next time!

Last year's BFI LFF Red Carpet Monochrome Journal is here

15 Oct - The BFI LFF 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' Closing Gala

October 15th, 2017.

So... it's come to this. The Closing Gala of the 2017 BFI London Film Festival. And I've been boring everyone for weeks as soon as they announced the guests, the closing ceremony was THE EVENT it was all leading to. Why? Because the event contained not one but FOUR people I've never photographed before : Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, Frances McDormand and the mighty PETER DINKLAGE.

Some days a girl has four names on a list... and I'm a guy, but there are four names... and there is a last.

Here's how it went down:

We've finally hit the end of BFI London Film Festival 2017, and some have weathered it better than others.

We've finally hit the end of BFI London Film Festival 2017, and some have weathered it better than others.

Long shadows signalling the end of a long unbroken sequence of Events I've Photographed that stretches back to Monday... two weeks ago. I'm still standing, but you could also call it slouching.

Long shadows signalling the end of a long unbroken sequence of Events I've Photographed that stretches back to Monday... two weeks ago. I'm still standing, but you could also call it slouching.

"These people mostly look unfamiliar to me, and not just because I'm looking at them upside-down". The List has more than four names on it... but mine has four. And a tick-mark next to each is what I want from this premiere.

"These people mostly look unfamiliar to me, and not just because I'm looking at them upside-down". The List has more than four names on it... but mine has four. And a tick-mark next to each is what I want from this premiere.

"Boss... I think we got a Code Alpha 314...." "You mean a better-than-average looking woman walking past us on our right?" "That too... but there's also a mass of sign-waving, drum-beating protesters in the park" The solution turned out to be turning the music in the speakers up much, much louder.

"Boss... I think we got a Code Alpha 314...."
"You mean a better-than-average looking woman walking past us on our right?"
"That too... but there's also a mass of sign-waving, drum-beating protesters in the park"

The solution turned out to be turning the music in the speakers up much, much louder.

And to the beating of (literal) drums and chanting of (literal) protesters throwing (literal) leaflets and carrying huge signs and even blocking the car entry point of the premiere, it nonetheless began.

Our first arrival is not in this movie, but Stellan Skarsgard has been in movies as diverse as David Fincher (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) and Marvel (Thor The Dark World for example)

Our first arrival is not in this movie, but Stellan Skarsgard has been in movies as diverse as David Fincher (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) and Marvel (Thor The Dark World for example)

Forget every credit on the lengthy imdb listing of actress Sandy Martin : she was the Bartender in Speed (1994) !! I love that movie!!

Forget every credit on the lengthy imdb listing of actress Sandy Martin : she was the Bartender in Speed (1994) !! I love that movie!!

Kathryn Newton, meanwhile is apparently best known for being in a series called "Big Little Lies", though I'm looking with alarm at another entry, titled "Dog With A Blog". Damnit, if that's based on a true story I'm now going to be losing to ANIMALS in the quest to get a spot in a 'social influencers' pen at one of these premieres.

Kathryn Newton, meanwhile is apparently best known for being in a series called "Big Little Lies", though I'm looking with alarm at another entry, titled "Dog With A Blog". Damnit, if that's based on a true story I'm now going to be losing to ANIMALS in the quest to get a spot in a 'social influencers' pen at one of these premieres.

"You think I'm pretty? It's not just the dress? Because I'm pretty open to the notion that the dress adds a certain amount of pretty"

"You think I'm pretty? It's not just the dress? Because I'm pretty open to the notion that the dress adds a certain amount of pretty"

"Sure, I was in that... but I can't literally sign A DOG" - it's hard to tell what anyone's saying behind the protesting drumming and chanting and the sound-system playing ABBA and Scissor Sister songs at volumes you could break sieges at religious compounds...

"Sure, I was in that... but I can't literally sign A DOG" - it's hard to tell what anyone's saying behind the protesting drumming and chanting and the sound-system playing ABBA and Scissor Sister songs at volumes you could break sieges at religious compounds...

Martin McDonagh has won an Oscar for 'best short film' AND directed "In Bruges", which was both very good AND I literally watched it while ON HOLIDAY IN BRUGES.

Martin McDonagh has won an Oscar for 'best short film' AND directed "In Bruges", which was both very good AND I literally watched it while ON HOLIDAY IN BRUGES.

A list has four names on it. This is one : SAM ROCKWELL, who I thought was excellent in Moon (2009), very good in "The Way Way Back", definitely in "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy", kind of 'eh' in "Iron Man 2" and I wanted to punch myself in the face during "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind"....

A list has four names on it. This is one : SAM ROCKWELL, who I thought was excellent in Moon (2009), very good in "The Way Way Back", definitely in "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy", kind of 'eh' in "Iron Man 2" and I wanted to punch myself in the face during "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind"....

"You're on somebody else's list in the number two position. Turn around" - ventriloquy is a thing.

"You're on somebody else's list in the number two position. Turn around" - ventriloquy is a thing.

Three quarters of the people on My List Of Names are currently standing with their back to me. It's quite exciting.

Three quarters of the people on My List Of Names are currently standing with their back to me. It's quite exciting.

"Please don't make us turn around. We'll do anything!". well... damn. That's going to make me almost as sad as the cute Korean girl with the hand-written sign made specifically for Peter Dinklage.

"Please don't make us turn around. We'll do anything!". well... damn. That's going to make me almost as sad as the cute Korean girl with the hand-written sign made specifically for Peter Dinklage.

Even though my patience is slightly less limited than the battery charges on the two cameras I'm wielding to this event, it is not entirely unlimited. I do have to go to work tomorrow.

Even though my patience is slightly less limited than the battery charges on the two cameras I'm wielding to this event, it is not entirely unlimited. I do have to go to work tomorrow.

It's Frances McDormand! She won an Oscar for 'Fargo (1996)' and hopes nobody remembers she was in Transformers : Dark of the Moon even if it was no doubt a handy payday. And having photographed her, that's two tick-marks on my list of four.

It's Frances McDormand! She won an Oscar for 'Fargo (1996)' and hopes nobody remembers she was in Transformers : Dark of the Moon even if it was no doubt a handy payday. And having photographed her, that's two tick-marks on my list of four.

"Wait.. I haven't high-fived or chest-bumped Peter Dinklage yet!" Frances McDormand is also married to one of the Coen Brothers directing duo : Joel (on the left of this photo).

"Wait.. I haven't high-fived or chest-bumped Peter Dinklage yet!" Frances McDormand is also married to one of the Coen Brothers directing duo : Joel (on the left of this photo).

Peter Dinklage (a) is awesome, (b) the third of four people I really wanted to photograph at this premiere, and (c) has just read the hand-written sign from the cute Korean girl in our pen.

Peter Dinklage (a) is awesome, (b) the third of four people I really wanted to photograph at this premiere, and (c) has just read the hand-written sign from the cute Korean girl in our pen.

"Oh, good. It's not a euphemism. I guess I feel safe enough to get closer". Peter Dinklage is fantastic in Game of Thrones (and he didn't attend the s5 World Premiere as far as I could see, and that's nothing to do with his height and everything to do with my position)

"Oh, good. It's not a euphemism. I guess I feel safe enough to get closer". Peter Dinklage is fantastic in Game of Thrones (and he didn't attend the s5 World Premiere as far as I could see, and that's nothing to do with his height and everything to do with my position)

"Anyone here who calls me P-Diddy, even to be funny, is going to regret it deeply."

"Anyone here who calls me P-Diddy, even to be funny, is going to regret it deeply."

"Chronicles of Narnia? Really? That's what you like me best from??"

"Chronicles of Narnia? Really? That's what you like me best from??"

I don't care if Sam Rockwell was three-quarter profile and looking down, I don't care if Frances McDormand was rushing to get away, and I don't care that Peter Dinklage didn't stay to down shots with his fans. I'm calling it Three Down, One To Go.

"What's that freaking noise? My fans are usually so quiet and considerate..." - It's FOUR FROM FOUR. Uh... I mean... it's Woody Harrelson!!

"What's that freaking noise? My fans are usually so quiet and considerate..." - It's FOUR FROM FOUR. Uh... I mean... it's Woody Harrelson!!

"That's right. TWO." Woody Harrelson has indeed been nominated for not one but two Academy Awards - for No Country For Old Men, and The People Vs Larry Flint (but not Now You See Me and Zombieland, which is what I like him best int!)

"That's right. TWO." Woody Harrelson has indeed been nominated for not one but two Academy Awards - for No Country For Old Men, and The People Vs Larry Flint (but not Now You See Me and Zombieland, which is what I like him best int!)

"Star Wars? Yeah... I'm the Star Wars. Me and Spock and Chewie and the Daleks and all that"

"Star Wars? Yeah... I'm the Star Wars. Me and Spock and Chewie and the Daleks and all that"

We've relocated to the interview section of the public pen to see if we can get better shots of some of the cast being interviewed. This has only brought us into closer proximity to screaming, placard-waving, paper flyer throwing protesters... so loud that the interview station has been moved closer to the cinema entrance.

Still...despite the noise, here's random attendee Rosamund Pike, of "What We Did On Our Holiday", "The World's End" and "Gone Girl" fame.

Still...despite the noise, here's random attendee Rosamund Pike, of "What We Did On Our Holiday", "The World's End" and "Gone Girl" fame.

"Wait... you were in JOHN WICK and you NEVER TOLD US?". Not only that, but Peter Clarke is in this movie AND one of two cast members OF this movie who was also in the Man/Woman/Puppy rom(ish)com(ish) "Marley & Me"

"Wait... you were in JOHN WICK and you NEVER TOLD US?". Not only that, but Peter Clarke is in this movie AND one of two cast members OF this movie who was also in the Man/Woman/Puppy rom(ish)com(ish) "Marley & Me"

"Marley and Me? What a great movie! I barely remember it..."

"Marley and Me? What a great movie! I barely remember it..."

"I like this country. In my country, when people hold up signs espousing Marxist philosophies, people risk getting shot". And here they get ABBA songs played at them. Loudly.

"I like this country. In my country, when people hold up signs espousing Marxist philosophies, people risk getting shot". And here they get ABBA songs played at them. Loudly.

Oh, look. Shit got .... colourful.

Oh, look. Shit got .... colourful.

"The minimum wage is important, people. As is housing rights for whales, Veganism, Rail Nationalisation, and the right to make shitty DC Comics movies nobody wants to watch. So show some respect, okay?"

"The minimum wage is important, people. As is housing rights for whales, Veganism, Rail Nationalisation, and the right to make shitty DC Comics movies nobody wants to watch. So show some respect, okay?"

Is that it? Is it over? Can we go home now?

Is that it? Is it over? Can we go home now?

I decided it wasn't yet (quite) time to go just yet. Not because I'm unwilling to declare this BFI London Film Festival Finally Over, but because... well... what else was I going to do? Find out they've cancelled the 19:36 train to Bedford even sooner than I otherwise would?

For high-risk, low-return photography, there's nothing quite like shooting through a pane of glass at a distance with reflections on one side and photographers' flashes on the other. I like the pensive girl in the foreground of this.

For high-risk, low-return photography, there's nothing quite like shooting through a pane of glass at a distance with reflections on one side and photographers' flashes on the other. I like the pensive girl in the foreground of this.

Group Shot! (Sam Rockwell, the only person I haven't *really* photographed all that well at this premiere, is the only person whose face is bisected by the division in the glass doors of the cinema. Huzzah. Still ... a nice alignment.

Group Shot! (Sam Rockwell, the only person I haven't *really* photographed all that well at this premiere, is the only person whose face is bisected by the division in the glass doors of the cinema. Huzzah. Still ... a nice alignment.

Flawless victory. (Also : I know the guy at the top right in the reflection : hi, Midhat!)

Flawless victory. (Also : I know the guy at the top right in the reflection : hi, Midhat!)

So... that was that. BFI London Film Festival 2017. OVER. By my count I covered 17 events in 14 days (18 if you count a composer event), and I'm absolutely fine with there being a little break now. Last year after BFI LFF ended there were four premieres in a row on the following four days.... not so much this time around. Though after taking Monday off... there IS a premiere in London on Tuesday.

Until .... next time!

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14 Oct - The BFI LFF 'You Were Never Really Here' Premiere

October 14th, 2017.

It's the penultimate day of BFI London Film Festival 2017, and it involved both a premiere and the BFI Awards, held elsewhere a short distance away. The premiere was fairly small... probably a good thing in light of the size of tomorrow's potential for disappointment if all goes wrong. But that's tomorrow, a whole day (and possibly a good night's sleep) away.

Here's how this went down:

Consistent Branding. So Important. (I should probably figure out which one out of @Berndt2_photo, premieresdotco, premieres.co and bernd-talasch.com I actually am at this point).

Consistent Branding. So Important. (I should probably figure out which one out of @Berndt2_photo, premieresdotco, premieres.co and bernd-talasch.com I actually am at this point).

"If you tell anyone Leo's coming...... let's just say you'll never see it, or him, coming."

"If you tell anyone Leo's coming...... let's just say you'll never see it, or him, coming."

"Dear Sirs.... your camera works fine but where is the mobile phone holder?"

"Dear Sirs.... your camera works fine but where is the mobile phone holder?"

"My eyes are down here, George"

"My eyes are down here, George"

It's so ON right now. (The buildup for this premiere was very slow : among other things there was no media pen, meaning no interviews, meaning the star(s) didn't have to arrive early to leave enough time for interview commitments.

It's so ON right now. (The buildup for this premiere was very slow : among other things there was no media pen, meaning no interviews, meaning the star(s) didn't have to arrive early to leave enough time for interview commitments.

Despite the movie's title being "You Were Never Really Here", it does not appear to be a sequel or in any way related to the movie "I'm Still Here", also starring Joaquin Phoenix.

Despite the movie's title being "You Were Never Really Here", it does not appear to be a sequel or in any way related to the movie "I'm Still Here", also starring Joaquin Phoenix.

Despite having three Oscar Nominations for acting (Gladiator, Walk The Line, and The Master) there was a disappointing number of people in the crowd with seemingly no idea who Joaquin Phoenix was. I mean.... Gladiator? You haven't heard of GLADIATOR?? (Joaquin Phoenix was fantastic in the movie 'Her' as well)

Despite having three Oscar Nominations for acting (Gladiator, Walk The Line, and The Master) there was a disappointing number of people in the crowd with seemingly no idea who Joaquin Phoenix was. I mean.... Gladiator? You haven't heard of GLADIATOR?? (Joaquin Phoenix was fantastic in the movie 'Her' as well)

"Don't touch the dress - the metal really attracts fingerprints" - this movie's director is Lynne Ramsay, who won a Bafta Film Award for best short film in 2013.

"Don't touch the dress - the metal really attracts fingerprints" - this movie's director is Lynne Ramsay, who won a Bafta Film Award for best short film in 2013.

"No.... we did NOT swap hair on a dare!" (I didn't ask that question. I'm not sure who did)

"No.... we did NOT swap hair on a dare!" (I didn't ask that question. I'm not sure who did)

"You liked me in that movie? That's awesome! I'm not actually IN that movie, but the fact that it made you think of me is still very flattering" - I have photographed Joaquin Phoenix only once, at "The Baftas Where It Snowed"

"You liked me in that movie? That's awesome! I'm not actually IN that movie, but the fact that it made you think of me is still very flattering" - I have photographed Joaquin Phoenix only once, at "The Baftas Where It Snowed"

"So you see, it's really important that you be clean-shaven for this photo to work. I'm happy to wait if you need a couple of minutes or go to a convenience store to buy a razor...."

"So you see, it's really important that you be clean-shaven for this photo to work. I'm happy to wait if you need a couple of minutes or go to a convenience store to buy a razor...."

"Wassup?"

"Wassup?"

"Are you seriously using me as pretext to take a selfie with the cute guy standing behind me? Cool!"

"Are you seriously using me as pretext to take a selfie with the cute guy standing behind me? Cool!"

"With these glasses I'm happy to claim I'm giving you all the honour of exclusive eye-contact from me. You're welcome!"

"With these glasses I'm happy to claim I'm giving you all the honour of exclusive eye-contact from me. You're welcome!"

"So Imma just stand here and let you render me two-dimensionally in pixels that don't even move. I'm not sure you realise how crazy that is at a film festival, guys"

"So Imma just stand here and let you render me two-dimensionally in pixels that don't even move. I'm not sure you realise how crazy that is at a film festival, guys"

"Fine, I'll risk my eyesight so you can render me digitally even better"  

"Fine, I'll risk my eyesight so you can render me digitally even better"
 

"The expression you're thinking of is 'insouciant'. Spell it right."

"The expression you're thinking of is 'insouciant'. Spell it right."

"Well, it's been great standing here and being gawked at by strangers. I'll make sure to integrate the unique feeling into my next role. Cheers!"

"Well, it's been great standing here and being gawked at by strangers. I'll make sure to integrate the unique feeling into my next role. Cheers!"

So... that was another premiere, and tomorrow will see the end of BFI London Film Festival for 2017 and hopefully I'll be able to photograph 100% of Peter Dinklage, Woody Harrelson, Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell..... ALL of whom are expected and NONE of whom I've previously photographed.

.... I'd better recheck my batteries and memory cards!

Until Next Time One More Time!!

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13 Oct - The BFI LFF 'The Florida Project' Premiere

Friday 13th October, 2017 (part II)...

Having pretty much uploaded an edited journal in about 100mins for the 'Downsizing' Gala with Alexander Payne and Christoph Waltz by returning to the office instead of going home, I was well-placed to return to Leicester Square for a SECOND premiere for the evening, one for which a random person at 'Downsizing' had assured me Willem Dafoe would attend.

Here's how it went down:

The setup for this premiere started as they were still putting together the carpet for the prior premiere, for 'Downsizing', sadly not attended by Matt Damon or Kristen Wiig - but then Christoph Waltz and Alexander Payne (who did attend) have FOUR Oscars between them.

The setup for this premiere started as they were still putting together the carpet for the prior premiere, for 'Downsizing', sadly not attended by Matt Damon or Kristen Wiig - but then Christoph Waltz and Alexander Payne (who did attend) have FOUR Oscars between them.

About four hours and a full premiere (and a brief respite back at The Office)

"I'm the one wearing the beret, so that means I'm the one in charge of the equipment, Gemma"

"I'm the one wearing the beret, so that means I'm the one in charge of the equipment, Gemma"

The majority of the crowd (dealer- and non-dealer) were here hoping to see actor Willem Dafoe, who was certainly on "The List" of stars... however the letters "TBC" next to his name might have spelled out the Tequila, Beer and Cointreau in the hotel bar he preferred to imbibe rather than attend. Fortunately I photographed him at "John Carter" (of Mars) back in 2012.

The majority of the crowd (dealer- and non-dealer) were here hoping to see actor Willem Dafoe, who was certainly on "The List" of stars... however the letters "TBC" next to his name might have spelled out the Tequila, Beer and Cointreau in the hotel bar he preferred to imbibe rather than attend. Fortunately I photographed him at "John Carter" (of Mars) back in 2012.

Yeah... we're all excited to be here.

Yeah... we're all excited to be here.

I'm sorry... I'm also running customer help at Squarespace which keeps crashing uploads. But vaccuming this fresh carpet is clearly more important.

I'm sorry... I'm also running customer help at Squarespace which keeps crashing uploads. But vaccuming this fresh carpet is clearly more important.

"If you're not Leonardo DiCaprio I'm really not interested..."

"If you're not Leonardo DiCaprio I'm really not interested..."

"Make yourself useful : draw some more tattoos on me so I look even more hardcore!"

"Make yourself useful : draw some more tattoos on me so I look even more hardcore!"

"Wheeeeee!"  Our next arrival is one of two very young actresses who look indistinguishable from the two photos on imdb.com, so I'm calling this one Valeria Cotto and hoping I'm right. It's certainly not Willem Dafoe, I can say that much for certain.

"Wheeeeee!"  Our next arrival is one of two very young actresses who look indistinguishable from the two photos on imdb.com, so I'm calling this one Valeria Cotto and hoping I'm right. It's certainly not Willem Dafoe, I can say that much for certain.

"You're holding the camera and holding the microphone while interviewing me.... is there anything I can do to make things easier?" - Bria Vinaite presently has an imdb.com listing that mentions only her role in this film, and the role of "Herself" in something called 'celebrity page'

"You're holding the camera and holding the microphone while interviewing me.... is there anything I can do to make things easier?" - Bria Vinaite presently has an imdb.com listing that mentions only her role in this film, and the role of "Herself" in something called 'celebrity page'

"You figured that out all yourself, huh?"

"You figured that out all yourself, huh?"

"I'm not saying linear algebra is easy... I'm saying it's easy once you know how to do it

"I'm not saying linear algebra is easy... I'm saying it's easy once you know how to do it

"You're probably 6 or 7 times older than me, and all you can ask me is what the director was like to work with? How much of my life experience do you think I can evaluate this against, man?" - I believe that this is actress Brooklyn Prince, who was also in the seminal classic "Robo-Dog : Airborne" which I haven't watched, but if it comes out on Bluray in a 4K digital transfer I feel like I might.

"You're probably 6 or 7 times older than me, and all you can ask me is what the director was like to work with? How much of my life experience do you think I can evaluate this against, man?" - I believe that this is actress Brooklyn Prince, who was also in the seminal classic "Robo-Dog : Airborne" which I haven't watched, but if it comes out on Bluray in a 4K digital transfer I feel like I might.

"Your question is ridiculous. And it's way past my bedtime and I don't want to answer it"

"Your question is ridiculous. And it's way past my bedtime and I don't want to answer it"

"What was it like working with Children.... well, you know how most actors are basically children playing make-pretend? This was like that, but they were shorter."

"What was it like working with Children.... well, you know how most actors are basically children playing make-pretend? This was like that, but they were shorter."

Sean Baker wrote and directed this movie - as well as the movie 'Starlet' (2012) which I actually quite liked - I bought it on DVD ex-rental (ask your grandparents about what DVDs were...)

Sean Baker wrote and directed this movie - as well as the movie 'Starlet' (2012) which I actually quite liked - I bought it on DVD ex-rental (ask your grandparents about what DVDs were...)

"You don't have to photograph me while I'm posing prettily here... waiting for you to photograph me. But you could. If you wanted to."

"You don't have to photograph me while I'm posing prettily here... waiting for you to photograph me. But you could. If you wanted to."

"So THAT'S what a perfectly normal non-famous person looks like in England"

"So THAT'S what a perfectly normal non-famous person looks like in England"

"Pistols at dawn, Babe" "I don't get out of bed before noon, BABE"

"Pistols at dawn, Babe"
"I don't get out of bed before noon, BABE"

"Best to let them threaten each other with pistols than get involved in some kind of escalation involving aircraft carriers..... that's what we learned on set"

"Best to let them threaten each other with pistols than get involved in some kind of escalation involving aircraft carriers..... that's what we learned on set"

"Just think, if they cast Captain America or Scarlett Widow this young, you could have gotten 20- or 30- year contracts for a lot less. I'm just saying..."

"Just think, if they cast Captain America or Scarlett Widow this young, you could have gotten 20- or 30- year contracts for a lot less. I'm just saying..."

So.. that was a premiere just like the other one before it was. There's still two days of BFI London Film Festival 2017 left to go, and I'm hoping to make it out to both days (especially Sunday), after which I'm hoping to start getting decent sleep and giving all the indication of being a normal, stable, reliable person who doesn't do this for two weeks like there's somehow money or fame or even the odd facebook like to be earned. But still...

Until next time!

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