London's dystopian drama "The Kitchen," co-directed by Kibwe Tavares and Daniel Kaluuya, will close the 67th BFI London Film Festival

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Daniel Kaluuya, an Oscar-winning actor, makes his feature directorial debut with this film, co-writing the script alongside Joe Murtagh

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Kibwe Tavares, known for the Sundance-winning short "Robots of Brixton," collaborates as a co-director

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The film's setting is a future London with an extreme rich-poor gap

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The narrative follows Izi and 12-year-old Benji  as they navigate life in The Kitchen, where survival and forging relationships are challenges

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The ensemble cast includes Hope Ikpoku Jr, Teija Kabs, Demmy Ladipo, Cristale, and BackRoad Gee

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Film4 supported the movie's development and is associated with its production, alongside DMC Film and 59% Productions

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"The Kitchen" will have its world premiere at London's Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall on October 15, concluding the BFI London Film Festival

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Following the premiere, the film will be released in U.K. cinemas and later on Netflix

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The directors, Tavares and Kaluuya, describe the film as a love letter to London

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