The East End Film Festival brings the best of its short film programme to the famous luxury Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel, the junction between the hectic City of London and the vibrant East End with a visual installation that celebrates the diversity and multiculturalism of this unique part of London.
As Jan Noble writes in his poem ‘Tide”:
East always East on the troubled current
East always East into the deep darkness
Fetching ahead into the dead distance
For burial at sea to retrieve
Another life, by chance: a second bite
Though a selection of short films, art videos and B&W experimental films, the three screen installation will give a flavour of some of the East End’s best filmmaking talent, and take you on a journey in which fiction, documentary and animation overlap.
Screening in the foyer of the Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel from June 25th to July 10th