The Seventh Art In London

If you plan to visit London and some of its places of interest, such as the Chelsea cinema, it could well plan your visit to make the most of the next film festival. It is the best way to enjoy the tourist attractions and sightseeing in London. The 2010 London Film Festival offers visitors a variety of movies for all tastes and in different languages, for those who feel one special attraction for French, Spanish, English cinema, among others. The program contains films which deal with different subjects, from sentimental tears up Facebook, passing through international cities like Shanghai. Movies in a great number of places, including the Curzon Mayfair cinema will be exhibited during the event.

Cinema enthusiasts will have the opportunity to see a selection of new British films, such as Mandelson: The Real PM?, about the politician of the Labor Party Peter Mandelson; Patagonia, from director Marc Evans; Edge, for those who like the drama; The Arbor, for the fans of documentary type films; and Fire in Babylo, for lovers of history in films, among others. For more information about what to see and do in London, see the London tourist guide. In terms of international tenders, moviegoers have much to choose from. The films shown include I Wish I Knew of Jia Zhangke and Caroline Kamya Imani, as well as a captivating account of the impact of social media on Catfish. While in the capital, be sure not to miss the sights most famous as the Tower Bridge and the Tower of London with its famous Crown jewels, dungeons, and where it is said that sometimes seen walking to the Queen Ana Bolena, beheaded in 1536 by order of King Enrique VIII. Nor leave to visit the flea market of Candem Town, where you can enjoy a nice afternoon doing shopping and enjoy the rare and diverse store that offers this renowned place in London. Original author and source of the article