Tegan Kniveton, Content Manager – Social & Editorial
Rust & Bone remains my favourite film of the festival, the performances blew me away. My highlight of LFF 2012 was having Bill Murray warm my cold hands whilst interviewing him on the red carpet. Actually that’s a highlight of my entire year.
Darren Bignell, Senior Communication Manager
My favourite film was Argo, and my favourite moment was getting Terence Stamp to say “kneel before Zod!”
Jennifer Trevorrow, Content Manager – Digital & Editorial
My favourite film of this year’s festival was Silver Linings Playbook, starring Bradley Cooper. In fact, I’d even go as far as naming it one of my favourite films of the year so far. Another highlight was getting to talk to funny man Chris O’Dowd, twice.
Rich Turner, Digital Content Assistant
It might be the standard answer, but I absolutely loved Rust & Bone. And having Alice Lowe explain her toy caravan handbag was brilliant. Bizarre but brilliant.
Eve Leay, Intern
My favourite films were either Hyde Park on Hudson or Argo. Favourite Moment was seeing fitty Matthias on the Rust & Bone red carpet, and taking a cheeky snap on my phone.