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Tuesday, 31 October, 2000, 13:53 GMT
London Film Festival in pictures
London's 44th Film Festival is the biggest yet, offering a mind-boggling selection of almost 200 feature films from around the world. We present a snapshot of the some of the fortnight's best moments.

Patrick Fugit with Kate Hudson in Cameron Crowe's Almost Famous
Patrick Fugit with Kate Hudson in Cameron Crowe's Almost Famous
Kate Winslett and Joaquin Phoenix in Quills
Kate Winslett stars in the lavish costume drama Quills with Joaquin Phoenix
Canine comic caper Best in Show
Canine comic caper Best in Show is a satire about a group of competitive dog lovers
Offbeat, French black comedy Harry, He's Here To Hel
French offbeat, black comedy Harry, He's Here to Help provides strange answers to the stresses of domestic life
Melanie Griffith
Melanie Griffith dons a heavy disguise to play a pampered Hollywood star in Cecil B Demented
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon from Ang Lee was the winner of the Venice Film Festival
Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow - with Huey Lewis - emerges as a karaoke singer in Duets directed by her father Bruce
What's Cooking?
What's Cooking? goes into the kitchen for a comedy centred around Thanksgiving
Woody Allen's new comedy Small Time Crooks
Woody Allen's new comedy Small Time Crooks Stars Hugh Grant and Tracey Ullman
Mark Wahlberg
Mark Wahlberg stars in the crime thriller The Yards
Kevin Spacey
Kevin Spacey (right) and Peter Facinelli play salesmen trying to bag the dream deal in The Big Kahuna
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