“127 Hours” Tapped to Close London Film Festival

August 13, 2010 § Leave a comment

James Franco in "127 Hours"

We’ve known for awhile now that Mark Romanek’s Never Let Me Go would be opening the London Film Festival, which runs from October 13 – 28.  Today we learned that 127 Hours, the true-life story of climber Aron Ralston directed by Oscar-winner Danny Boyle, was chosen to close the festival. This will be the European premiere for both films, though they are slated to have their world premieres at the Toronto Film Festival a few weeks prior.  127 Hours will show up in theaters stateside on October 5, while Never Let Me Go will be released on September 15.

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