UK Film Premieres October 2021 news


Film Premieres 2021


2021 has been a good year so far for UKFILM PREMIERES and with the London film festival still taking place we have witnessed the stars from Beyonce and Jay-Z, Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Bill Murray, Jarvis Cocker, Liam Payne, Jack Whitehall, Kristen Stewart, Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, royal guests (Charles, Camilla, William and Kate) to Billie Eilish and Geri Halliwell attend London film premieres over the past month alone.

MarkMeets have been the leading source for all things red carpet in the capital regarding London film premieres and recently we hosted the live premiere stream of the latest James Bond movie ‘No Time To Die’ where thousands you where watching live as the cast walked the red carpet, incase you missed all the action from the red carpet online you can see our No Die To Die film premiere review here besides celebrity photos from the UK premiere event which took place at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall.

UK Film Premieres is a MarkMeets Media brand and is the longest serving social media brand online today and has been UK’s leading supplier of access and tickets to Film Premieres and UK Premiere afterparties in Leicester Square, London since 2002. Formed in 2004, we have been doing this for over 20 years.


Benedict Cumberbatch and Kirsten Dunst attend uk film premiere

Liam Payne and Kylie Cantrall Attend World Premiere of Ron’s Gone Wrong

Kristen Stewart attends the ‘Spencer’ London Film Festival Film Premiere

You can follow our updates on our red carpet blog page. In our movie events calendar listing of upcoming film premieres you will find a updated red carpet events expected in the UK with many confirmed premier events listed FIRST with excluisve dates and infomation including cast attending.

Recent: Jodie Comer interview at the Free Guy UK film premiere in London

Red Carpet Film Premieres UK

You may find our content on other sites but MarkMeets are always the source. We deliver a variety of client services from providing access to premieres from press to tickets to online promotion and much more including including arranging events and afterparties and guest passes to the red carpet premiere and screenings for celebs and the public (where possible) thoug only account holders can register for access.

The below timings are typical for London Film Premiere (Monday – Friday) only as Sunday’s are usually held in the morning.
4.45pm | The media pens open
5.30pm | Press pens close
5:30pm | The Photographers draw
5.45pm | Celebrity Talent begins to arrive
6.30pm | Doors open to the screening
7.30pm | Movie shown on screen

Many movie fans, celeb lovers and autograph collectors attend film premieres though access behind the barriers are somewhat limited, there is often a chance to see the stars, grab a selfie, get someting signed or a quick chat with the talent as they attend (They are really only there to promote the film) but many love the buzz of being in the heart of London in-front of key accredited press (Including MarkMeets TV) to answet questions and attend the screening and to seek feedback from the movie screening from their peers and the press.

The London film festival was largely virtual last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, however some of the highlights at this year’s in-person film festival in London, UK included the gala premiere of the third series of US drama Succession, the unveiling of actress Kristen Stewart as Diana, Princess of Wales in Spencer, and Wes Anderson’s new film The French Dispatch, starring McDormand, Timothee Chalamet, Lea Seydoux and Benicio Del Toro. Screenings will be held at capacity and Festival Director Tricia Tuttle said she expects it to be a heightened experience for many attendees.

Benedict Cumberbatch in The Power of the Dog Photograph

“We might be part of opening up this experience for people again, and… cinemas are really safe and working hard to keep audiences safe too.”

MarkMeets Media unveiled the Programme which revealed that more films by women to be included in the gala and special presentations. Featuring 21 film world premieres including the opening movie, Jeymes Samuel’s western The Harder They Fall, starring Idris Elba; and an animated sci-fi comedy Ron’s Gone Wrong, the first film from the UK studio Locksmith Animation.

The 65th BFI London film festival will ran from 6-17 October 2021.


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