Tuesday 28th of June (in alphabetical order)

All screenings and events are for over 18s unless otherwise stated

Catastrophe Club with Remi Kanazi

28/06    7:00 PM

Join EEFF and Hackney Palestine Solidarity Campaign for an evening with Palestinian American performance poet Remi Kanazi, touring his latest collection of poetry, Before the Next Bomb Drops: Rising Up ...

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Frenzy

dir. Emin Alper

Premiere type: UK

28/06    6:30 PM

The second feature from one of Turkey’s most important new filmmakers, Emin Alper follows Beyond the Hill with a timely state-of-the-nation thriller. Set in some near future in which Turkey ...

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God’s Acre

dir. JP Davidson

28/06    8:30 PM

The malevolence of the property ladder takes on a disturbing edge in God’s Acre, JP Davidson’s Bethnal Green set thriller. Malcolm is a boozed up, agoraphobic ex-property developer whose only ...

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Little Men

dir. Ira Sachs

Premiere type: London

28/06    8:30 PM

American master Ira Sachs (Keep the Lights On, Love is Strange) returns with one of the best films of the year. Jake and Tony are two 13 year olds who ...

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Mile End

dir. Graham Higgins

28/06    9:00 PM

The grind of working in the city meets Strangers on a Train (or does it?) in Mile End, Graham Higgins’ impressive debut. Paul (Alex Humes) is a committed runner who ...

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My Feral Heart

dir. Jane Gull

Premiere type: London

28/06    6:30 PM

Luke, an independent young man with Down's syndrome, is grieving the loss of his elderly mother when he is forced to move into a care home. Initially despondent about his ...

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National Bird

dir. Sonia Kennebeck

Premiere type: London

28/06    6:30 PM

The people damaged by helping to conduct America’s drone war speak out in National Bird, a disturbing new documentary executive produced by Wim Wenders and Errol Morris. Heather, Daniel and ...

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Notes on Blindness (HoH screening)

dir. Pete Middleton, James Spinney

28/06    3:30 PM

When writer and theologian John Hull went blind in 1983, he began keeping an audiocassette diary of his daily life. When it was published in 1990, Oliver Sacks described it ...

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Shorts: The Road Least Travelled

28/06    6:00 PM

Our lives are mapped out by the journeys we take—some lead us on an adventure, whilst others take us to the grave. Chandra China, Nepal, South Korea, UK | Asmita Shrish, Fateme ...

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UEL FUTURE SHOTS: UEL SHORT FILM...

28/06    7:00 PM

This showcase is a celebration of some of the most talented young filmmakers to emerge from the University of East London’s BA Film, BA Animation and Illustration and MA Filmmaking ...

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