Join us at the Vibe Bar in the Courtyard as we countdown to 12pm to launch CINE-EAST


 Use the CINE-EAST map to guide you around our 100 East End venues

When: 12pm – 12am, Sunday July 1st 2012.

Where: 100 venues around East London.

What: A complete East End Film Takeover.

12 hours of FREE film screenings, workshops, talks, cinema trails and competitions saturating every venue and hidden corner of London’s East End.With the eyes of the world on East London in 2012, CINE-EAST Sunday will be an unstoppable cinematic invasion with an International, fully inclusive programme of cinema covering every genre from drama to documentary, animation to music video.

Over 100 restaurants, bars, galleries, cinemas and cafes will play host to a series of short and feature film screenings, projections, live bands, interactive gaming, filmmaking competitions and site-specific installations making East London’s pavements pound with the sights and sounds of all things – FILM.

1000 films and events to see, 100 venues to visit; 1 day of completely FREE cinema.

CINE-EAST takes place from 12pm – 12am, Sunday July 1st 2012.

CINE-EAST will officially launch from the Vibe Bar Courtyard and will be the place to be as we countdown to 12pm.

The CINE-EAST programme at the Vibe Bar

Vibe Courtyard

Dexter Fletcher will be down at the Vibe Bar for the launch of CINE-EAST 12pm Sunday 1st July

Join CINE-EAST’s official launch in the Vibe Courtyard with our big countdown for 12pm. Watch ‘Wild Bill’ on the big screen in the Vibe Courtyard, we are joined by none other than Director Dexter Fletcher and his cast to watch this ‘tower-block western’ with a Q&A at 12:30pm. This hugely enjoyable comedy/ drama is full of quirky absorbing characters and attention-grabbing performances. Winner of Euskaltel Youth Award at San Sebastian Film Festival 2011 and nominated for the Chicago Film Festival 2011 and BFI London Film Festival 2011, this remarkable directorial debut from Fletcher displays tantalizing potential for things to come.


Join us as we celebrate the release of Wild Bill with Dexter Fletcher and cast at Vibe Courtyard

Described by fans as “Brutal British Brilliance”, “A must see” and “Better than Ritchie”. This is one not to miss, so join us and watch it on the big screen.


Alan Zweig’s Vinyl

Vibe Gallery:

To make the CINE-EAST premiere of the final 3 installments of their epic documentary project ‘Do you love me like I love you’, British artists Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard curate the Video Art Lounge. They present a collection of works that play with ideas of portraiture and documentary, including videos by Liliane Lijn, Jem Cohen and John Smith, alongside Vinyl, a documentary by Alan Zweig about what drives people to collect records. Zweig’s subjects include a car wash employer who claims to own over one million records and a man who threw out his collection rather an give it away because he didn’t want anyone else to own it. 

‘Do you love me like I love you’

Vibe Live

‘Do you love me like I love you’ is a series of 14 films featuring a compelling collage of famous, infamous and unknown individuals talking directly to the camera about what the music of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds means to them. The resulting 40 minute films are subjective human portraits of each of their classic albums, told through those who have lived and loved the music including the likes if Blixa Bargeld and Bobby Gillespie. The final three 40 min films will have their World Premiere at CINE-EAST as part of EEFF fringe festival July 1st at Vibe Live. This event is FREE and will be a highlight event, so get in the queue early as seating is on a first come first serve basis, screenings will be 3pm,4pm, 5pm.





Visit the 20 venues highlighted on the map by the yellow dots to find clues to fill out the crossword. Once you have filled out all the answers, unscramble the letters in the shaded boxes to reveal the final clue. Submit your filled out crossword AND final answer at The Vibe for a chance to win VIP tickets to the East End Film Festival Opening Night Gala and other prizes. 

 Full Programme

1. Vibe Courtyard

Please see above.

2. Brady Arts Centre- 192-196 Hanbury Street, 12pm, 3pm

QMU in collaboration with The Centre for the Study of Migration presents a look at the vibrant Jewish presence in 1950s East London. Presenting footage of BBC’s legendary Monitor series, and Carol Reed’s feature A Kid for Two Farthings with a short introductory talk by Dr. Gil Toffell.

3pm. QMU artist in Residence Ranjit Kandalgaonkar examines how London and Mumbai’s street bazaars are both sites of media exhibition, and networks of informal media circulation. This will be followed by a panel discussion of community media organizers, Business and Film Studies academics, youth ambassadors from Hi8us, Ranjit Kandalgaonkar and Vikramaditya Motwane, the festival’s Director in residence.

3. Ideastore Whitechapel- 321 Whitechapel Road 12pm, 1pm, 2pm

Ideas Store Whitechapel presents a full day of activity starting with a selection of shorts from Paddington Arts: Bboyz: The next generation (6:02), Bboyz: The making of (2:59) “What about the children?” (4:29), followed by ‘Who’s my Neightbour?’ (40:06) produced by Loud Minority, finishing with Leyton College Student films “Our A-level Media and Extended Diploma Media students have produced their own interpretations of music promo videos and a variety of originally scripted fiction films and documentaries.” (86min)

4. Apples and Pears- 26 Osborn Street 6pm

Enjoy the cool vibe of Apple and Pears with our spoken word programme from 6pm: Vanessa Gebbie, Gemma Seltzer, Sid Bose, Tim Wells and Hannah Silva and accoustic music featuring Alex Cox, Cyrus,  *Under 18’s are allowed in this venue but ID will be required to be served alcoholic beverages*

5. Bengal Cuisine- 12 Brick Lane

‘True Life Stories’ an East End Film Festival documentary programme from the vault.

6. Sweet and Spicy-40 Brick Lane

Aesthetica 2011 winners programme

7. Café Naz-46/48 Brick Lane

Café Naz will be showing ‘Documents’ a programme from the East End Film Festival vault.

8. Suzzle- 47 Brick Lane 12-6pm.
Screening the short film Jesus Saves. “What do we believe in today? And tomorrow? And for the rest of our life? In a world where Faith in God is literal, the planet is collapsing…”

9. Gallery S O- 92 Brick Lane 12pm-5pm

The Crossway Foundation at Gallery S O

The Crossway Foundation presents a day of film screenings curated by Fozia Khaliq from two of their educational projects: Arabia Offscreen and Adobe Youth Voices.

Arabia Offscreen was a creative expedition to Saudi Arabia. The films offer an alternative narrative on a fascinating yet little known Kingdom with a special focus on questioning cultural perceptions.

Adobe Youth Voices is a programme that uses cutting edge creative tools to empower youth in underserved communities. The films witness these youth taking action in their lives and communicating their stories to the world.

10. Chez Elles- 45 Brick Lane

A selection of French Films

11. Central Film School- 88-94 Wentworth Street 12pm, 1:30pm, 3pm, and 4:30pm.

Central Film School will be hosting screenings of student films. The screenings are FREE but limited capacity so make sure you pick up a ticket at VIBE Courtyard.

12.   Therapy- 58 Commercial Street
Dice Productions are Louis Hudson and Ian Ravenscroft, an award-winning animation and comedy-writing duo. Come watch a selection of their shorts and animation.


Dice Productions

13. Duke of Wellington- 12 Toynbee Street

Bornshorts Film Festival provides a guest programme from Denmark with short films, music videos, animations and feature films in fiction and

14. People- 61-63 Brushfield Street Spitalfields Market

Competition Venue

15. Dolly Dare- 107a Commercial Street, Spitalfields

Competition venue

16. Author Shoes- 115 Commercial Street 12pm-7pm

Author Shoes will be showing a selection of shorts from Kino London

17. Lomography- 117 Commercial Street

Sunrise is an online film and animation festival run in partnership between Ditto TV and Norwich University College of the Arts (NUCA). Since 2009 Sunrise has championed the work of NUCA graduates, providing emerging filmmakers with all-important exposure. For the East End Film Festival 2012, Lomography will screen Sunrise’s best short films and animations from the past 3 years with a family friendly programme, another one for the grown ups and the winners from previous festivals. We will also be showing a teaser for this years’ shortlisted videos and you can vote for the 2012 winners.

18. Agnes B-16 Lamb Street

Agnes B present Walk Away Renée (long metrage by Jonathan Caouette) and Les Condiments Irréguliers (short film by Adrien Beau)

19. Dr Martens15 Lamb Street

#FIRSTANDFOREVER is the Dr. Martens S/S-12 campaign imagery is again shot by Gavin Watson and stars Agyness Deyn and Ash Stymest. A combination of imagery and film, on a spontaneous journey of ‘First’ moments and experiences set against British landscapes.

20. Inspitalfields Ltd. -13 Lamb Street

Competition venue

21. The Golden Heart- 110 commercial street 12-5pm

‘Sandra’ by Hazuan Hashim and Phil Maxwell. A story of the life, struggle and survival of London’s East End landlady, Sandra Esqulant, who’s been running the Golden Heart pub in Spitalfields for over 30 years. Adored by everyone around her, the film captures a slice of her life in one of the most fascinating areas in London. Listed as one of the most influential figures in the art world, her wit, warmth and eccentricity leap out of the screen.

A cult film – Decima Gallery

Sandra is a magical portrait of a real London character whose zest for life has had a huge effect on the people of Spitalfields. This inspiring and lyrical film reflects the dramatic changes of East London over the last 20 years – Brian Robinson, Senior Programmer, British Film Institute.

22. Poppies- 6-8 Hanbury Street

Competition venue

23. Al Volo- 2 Ely’s Yard

A selection of Italian films.

24. Absolute Vintage- Ely’s Yard,15 Hanbury Street

UNLIKELY TREASURES is about people who collect unexpected things like clothespins, platform shoes and discarded teabags, taking you on a trip inside their homes, their minds and their drawers of stuff. There is method to their madness and this film will show you why.

25. Ely’s Yard

An Outdoor Video Projection (7′) by Ioana Marinescu and Tapio Snellman portraying the London high street. FLUX is a precise yet emotive visual analysis of a city going through a continuous commercial and cultural change. Project commissioned by The Romanian Cultural Institute.

26. Corbet Place Café- Ely’s Yard, 15 Hanbury Street 1pm-5pm

A celebration of the New Romanian cinema featuring a selection of recent award-winning short films which reveals the skill and unique artistry of Romanian film talent. This is a very special chance to watch some of the best and most recent films by talented young directors.

27. Kobi Nazrul Centre- Hanbury Street, 12:30pm (30min), 1:15pm (30min), 2pm (65min)

Welcome to our children’s hub with family friendly content 3+ with a fun-packed programme full of laughs, gasps, curious characters and silly stories from Whilygig Cinema: Whirlykids, Fizzwhizzing storytelling from the Roald Dahl Museum and selection of fun-packed shorts, visually stimulating animations from around the world from onedotzero, making this a great stop for all the family. Take a look at them here

28. Preem and Prithi- 124 Brick Lane

A collection of Hackney and Tower Hamlets shorts

29. Blitz- 55-59 Hanbury Street

Blitz will be showing a great selection of music videos from Cherry Red TV, Tiger Trap, and Big Face Art

30. The Water Poet- 9-11 Folgate Street Spitalfields

Competition Venue

31. Tune Hotel-15 Folgate Street

Competition Venue

32. Taylor Taylor- 137 Commercial Street

Competition Venue

33. The Cube-155 Commercial Street, Studio 5, 7pm-9pm Chair: Wade A. Jacks, Buffalo san Films

CIDA Film Cafe – Pecha Kucha night
Chair: Wade A. Jacks, Buffalo san films

With technology getting cheaper and HD footage within the reach of most, what’s stopping you from being the next Ramin Bahrani?

A facilitated discussion and presentation in a  Pecha Kucha style [20 slides shown for 20 seconds] about guerrilla filmmaking, whatever your discipline.
[coffee and biscuits served but no canapés at all available. Hats and trainers provided.]

Spaces are limited. To book your place, please email [email protected] or call 020 7247 4710.

34. The Light bar- 233 Shoreditch High Street

FOH Theatre: A theatre company made up of the people normally to be found pouring drinks, serving food and checking your tickets on the South Bank. Expect short plays, poetry,comedy, and, time permitting, a song and dance about unionising badgers.

35. The Drunken Monkey- 221-222 Shoreditch High Street 12pm, 6:30pm

A young creative collective of artists performing an all day VJ set with a few surprises, teaming up with guest DJs and visual artists to remix their content. At 6:30 pm the Film Festival Doctor’s presents shorts from the 2012 catalogue and The Met Film School.

36. We Admire- 13-15 Great Eastern Street 4pm, 6pm

We Admire will be holding screenings of the award winning documentary “How to Start a Revolution” directed by Ruaridh Arrow (TVF International) Not to be missed!

37. Protein- 18 Hewett Street 12pm

Photomonth is proud to present Films by Photographers. Come see a selection of beautiful short films made by photographers. Photomonth is now accepting entries for their 2012 festival. Visit for details.

38. BN Gallery-16 Hewett Street

Boetzelaer|Nispen will be showcasing two works by video artist Críodhna Costello.

39. Payne Shurvell-16 Hewett Street

Payne Shurvell will be screening the critically acclaimed German mini-series The Weissensee Saga (Ziegler-Film). Presenting an accurate dramatized depiction of day-to-day life in East Germany. Beginning at noon in six 45-minutes episodes with 15-minute breaks.

40. The Mind Training Centre- 24 Curtain Road

Competition Venue

41. Signal Gallery- 32 Paul Street

MyndPlay is a multi platform media player that allows you to control, influence and direct video media or a movie using only your mind. Come experience this interactive activity, and talk to experts from The Mind Training Company to understand how it all works.

42. Inquandra Gallery- 78 Luke Street 8pm

Venue 42. Kayak Libre (image by Susanne Morthorst Staal)

Kayak Libre provides a temporary experimental infrastructure in the form of a kayak taxi service along the waterways. The fare is a conversation. Concept by Manu Luksch.

43. Silvio’s- 58 Paul Street

Competition Venue

44. The Griffin- 93 Leonard Street

Live indie music promoters Agree In The Dark host a day of live music and short films. Expect a mixture of electrified garage and alt-folk, a free zine, and a one-off film score performance all interspersed with contemporary animated and live action short films, and spit ’n’ sawdust charm.

45. Pure Evil Gallery-108 Leonard st

Pure Evil Gallery presents “Who’s afraid of Pure Evil?” in the gallery basement. Original music from the Pure Evil Gallery Music Studio accompanies a new interpretation of Ed Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”. 12-6pm

46. The Book Club- 100-106 Leonard Street 12pm-late

The Sunday Screen Social’ including (ScriptReadEast, a live event where new writers have their scripts read by professional actors, acoustic live acts, filmmaker ‘open house’, Q&A & showcase from Partizan director Matthias Hoene, Cannes in a Van, filmusic quiz).

47. Old Blue Last- 38 Great Eastern Street

Amsterdam Film eXperience is at it again! This years travelling programme features breakbeat chaos videos, DSLR timelapses, street punk filmmaking, algorithmic music visualisations and more. AFX: breakout cinema from around the world! Followed by Hollyshorts programme showcasing a selection from their 2011 festival.

48. A Child of The Jago, 10 Great Eastern Street

Fashion world footage

49. Carhartt, 191, Shoreditch High Street

DepicT! Watershed’s short filmmaking competition, part of Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival challenges filmmakers to get creative in just a minute and a half. Catch the DepicT! 12 winners – all made in Britain – plus more short films from the archive !

50. Maiden, 188 Shoreditch High Street

Competition Venue

51. The Elbow Room- 97-113 Curtain Road

12pm-5pm. The Elbow Room will be screening winners from their Soho Shorts Festival, and DC Shorts Showcase from Rushes Film Festival.

52. Denham- 32 Charlotte Road

12-5pm Denham the Jeanmaker: A label built on experimentation and resourceful innovation. Denham will be showing a selection of short films acting as “moving wallpaper” on their shop wall.

53. No Brow- 62 Great Eastern Street

Competition Venue

54. Floripa- 91-93 Great Eastern Street

A selection of works from The Brazilian Embassy (12-4), followed by live Jazz music.

55. The Road Trip- 243 Old Street

3pm-8pm The Road Trip, hosts CINE-EAST’s live music, country and indie/rock including: KOMLA, Pasco Tom, Edit/Select, The Blind Hearts, Clockwork Orange and Aster Paulen. Check online for set times.

56. Street Graffiti Tours- Old Street Station

1pm Old Street Station Exit 2. 20 spots available. Pick up FREE tickets from Vibe at 12pm. Street Art London are closely connected to and involved with the street art scene in London, which is one of the best in the world. Come on a tour to see and learn about this incredible artwork.

57. Paper Dress- 114-116 Curtain Road

4pm & 8pm Two very different kinds of babes get lost in psychedelia and tussle with evil sharks! First up, 1978 classic ‘The Water Babies’. Later we’ll be going disco and porno with Tarantino’s racy classic ‘Boogie Nights’. Expect themed cocktails, drinking games & pumping music for a fun filled screening!

58. The Strongrooms-120-124 Curtain Road

Head over to Strongroom Bar for an entire day of feature length music based films. Check for exact listings and times.

59. The Barley Mow-127 Curtain Road

Sunday Screen is an all day weekly screening at The Barley Mow. For the Cine-East we will be showcasing great British films to celebrate the start of Olympic month. Join us for fantastic British films, with cask ales in a traditional pub in the heart of the east-end.

60. The Diner-128-130 Curtain Road

Competition Venue

61. Bedroom Bar- 62 Rivington Street

10PM-MIDNIGHT Bedroom Bar presents a sneak-peek of CINE A.M an alternative late-night area at the Stop Making Sense Festival (2-6 August 2012) featuring bespoke live audio/visual performances from Anomalous Visuals based around themes of LIFE//SPACE//CHAOS, and cult club culture docs from the {ourhistory} archives

62. Murdock Shoreditch 340 Old Street

Competition Venue

63. Bluu- 1 Hoxton Square

The Beyond Anime: The Outer Limits programme presents just a sample of some of the most interesting Japanese indie animations from recent years, revealing the outer limits of this powerful and expressive form of filmmaking in which anything is possible.

64. Red Dog Saloon- 37 Hoxton Square

Competition Venue

65. Electricity Showrooms- 39A Hoxton Square

1pm WFTV UK presents the Women in Film & Television International Short Film Showcase, a collection of films created by their members globally. 4pm Shooters in the Pub is the relaxed networking event hosted by Shooting People, including screenings of shorts chosen from previous finalists of their monthly film competition, judged by the likes of Larry Charles, Nick Cave and Miranda July.

66. Troy Bar- 10 Hoxton Street

Come see the award-winning documentary “Fire Burn Babylon”, the story of Caribbean Rastafarians resettled in London after a volcanic eruption devastated their island home. Follow the men as they reinvent themselves as rude-boy rappers and small-time hustlers on the East End nightclub circuit.

67. The Macbeth- 70 Hoxton Street

A full night of activity starting at 6pm with a screening of a 2009 Norwegian documentary on black metal, followed by Shorts: Sharp Shocks, an exhilarating selection of short films that cross the boundaries of what truly terrifies us, including Kate Nash’s acting debut, presented by Close-Up Film.

68. Bar Prague- 6 Kingsland Road 4pm

Selection of feature and short Czech Films

69. The Cornershop-123 Shoreditch High Street

Competition Venue

70. AIDA-133 Shoreditch High Street

Damnably Tv presents a selection of music videos and Shorts Film Festival (Australia) winners

71. Juno Shoreditch-134-135 shoreditch high street 1pm, 3pm

University of East London BA (Hons) Film & Video screening. Five visually striking short dramas from recent graduates look at issues of personal trauma, homelessness, break-ups and breakdown, against the backdrop of East London. Spring Will Come (15:00); Daily Bread (13:00); The Tempering (11:00); Toora Loora Looral (11:00); Elegy (14:00).

Salon des Refusés is a subversive experiment in short film curation with a simple philosophy: they only screen films rejected by festivals. Their aim is to highlight the subjectivity of the programming process by drawing attention to the many superb shorts which have been denied the opportunity to screen elsewhere. Every film included in this screening has been rejected from official selection at the East End Film Festival, but the Salon programmers think deserve to be celebrated and showcased.

Finally, Cigarette Burns Cinema returns to the EEFF for a second time with another Super Secret Screening. Like last year’s rammed screening, expect fun filled, dangerous mayhem from the folks that bring the best in late night cult to the Rio Cinema every month. Don’t say you weren’t warned…

72. George and the Dragon- 2-4 Hackney Road

12pm-7pm. The George and Dragon will play host to the LGBT focused Fringe! Film Festival who will be showing a selection of shorts and a Madonna concert.

73. Junky Styling- 21 Hackney Road

Competition Venue

74. The Joiner’s Arms-116-118 Hackney Road

From 2pm-8pm The Joiner’s Arms will be screening films including the 1976 controversial Derek Jarman film Sebastiane. Stick around after the film for a DJ set and dancing.

75. Long White Cloud-151 Hackney Road 5pm

Hackney Hear Plus One

Long White Cloud and popular London based music channel Secret Sessions team up to create live video on Hackney Road. Four hot acts will perform an acoustic track before revealing all, in a no holes barred interview with one of the channel’s presenters.

76. Hackney Hear at the Cat and Mutton, 76 Broadway Market 2pm-5pm

Please bring an iphone and headphones. Download FREE Hackney Hear app to explore and rediscover London’s east end. Users can hear the stories of residents and local celebrities, as well as sound archive and new commissions from artists in the area.

77. The Owl and the Pussy cat 34 Redchurch Street 6pm

From 6pm the Owl and Pussycat will be holding a night of comedy with Aidan Goatley presenting “10 Films with my Dad” a solo show exploring the father-son relationship through film, followed ‘THESE GUYS’ Sean Mahoney and Sam Hastings, hosted by Kwame Asante.

78. Chaat- 36 Redchurch Street

Competition Venue


'Mission to Lars' at The Aubin Cinema

79. The Aubin Cinema, 64-66 Redchurch Street 3pm

‘Mission to Lars’ (78mins) Both a rock ‘n’ roll pilgrimage and a funny and raw emotional journey for one family dealing with disability. Featuring intimate behind the scenes access to one of the world’s biggest bands and one of the best pay offs you’ll see in a documentary this year. Followed by Q&A

80. Speedies, 81 Redchurch Street

12-7pm. In the window come see the 1978 Italian Sci-fi Starcrash A low budget campy Z movie including a cast of screen legend Christopher Plummer and David Hasselhoff! Inside In the viewing booth with sound, The Trouble With Tribbles, Star Trek, The Original Series Season 2, Episode 15, 1967.

81. Foster London-1 Sclater

Competition Venue

82. Richmix-35-47 Bethnal Green Road 12pm-4pm

Script reading: ‘The Gift’ is an urban tale of sensuality and food, set mainly in an East End Cafe. We all have a language that is in our soul and when we find it we feel connected and in a place where we belong, but what happens when we lose it?

Join RichMix for a whole afternoon of Polish and Ukrainian film to celebrate the finals of Euro 2012, programmed by the East End Film Festival including ‘The Moon is Jewish’. From tales of footballing endeavour and obsession to charming comedy, come and lose yourself in the thrill of the finals, and some great cinema.

83. Splash of London, 131 Bethnal Green Road

Competition Venue

84. Fika Swedish Bar and Grill, 161a Brick Lane

Two young Danes, Rasmus Krone and Malthe B. K. Merrild capture real stories and turn them into creative, narrative and colourful documentaries. Religious youths, underground rock’n roll and people fighting for the climate have been absorbed by their camera and transformed into short subtle movies. Enjoy.

85. Full Stop- 202 Brick Lane

A selection of Basque shorts from the London Spanish Film Festival.

86. Winkworth- 216 Brick Lane

Come have a sneak peak of the 2012 East End Film Festival Trailer

87. Brick Lane Coffee-157 Brick Lane

Untitled Work by Sophia Freeman, Steph Hartop, Myrid Carten, James Stradner and Rob Heppell

88. Hookah Lounge-133 Brick Lane

The London Spanish Film Festival presents a selection of shorts focused on the idea of feminine loneliness. Women in solitude at different moments of their lives, each with their own circumstances and situations. Filmmakers of both sexes, based in London and in Spain, picture an image of the contemporary women.”

89. Tony’s- 68 Sclater Street

Competition Venue

90. Lucy Tanner- 97- 99 Sclater Street

Competition Venue

91. Like+Neon, 106 Sclater Street


92. VZ Gallery- 28 Cheshire Street

Edge of the City Short Film Festival – based in South East London/Woolwich, run by a community group committed to film practice and film education. They organise free workshops for professionals and beginner in all areas of film production, film theory, distribution and ideas. Their tutors teach film at the University of East London, who bring their expertise to urban communities and make films in co-operation with the local people.

93. Beach Gallery, 20 Cheshire Street

“A low-brow form of animation, A GIF, like the Meme, has become a quasi-serious online subculture. A short statement, intended on quickly iterating a point that a single image might not, ‘GIFing It’ will be a unique introduction to a diverse bunch of artists, illustrators and designers.”

94. Duke of Uke- 88 Cheshire Street

Films from the Aesthetica Short Film Festival

95. The Brick Lane Bookshop- 166 Brick Lane

Gorilla Magazine at the Brickhouse

Glasgow Short Film festival present: Old Norse warriors, unorthodox dating techniques, an argumentative Russian bird and the late great Jocky Wilson! Scotland’s leading short film festival presents the winners of the 2012 Bill Douglas Award for International Short Film and the Scottish Short Film Award, alongside our audience’s favourite films of the festival.

96. Oh Baby London-162 Brick Lane 12pm- 6pm

A selection of Music Videos

97. Shop 172- 172 Brick Lane

Renderyard Short Film Festival presents their programme new Short Films, Animations, Documentaries, Music Videos and Micro Films. Their festival runs from 5th-12th October, set in La Rioja, the wine capital in the North of Spain.

98. The Brickhouse152C Brick Lane 12pm-6pm


Gorilla Film Magazine, the guidebook for filmmakers, will be at the Brickhouse curating a screening of the best short films from members of the IdeasTap website. Screening a range of sub-10 minute films along with some additional entertainment from the Gorilla team.

99. Café 1001- 91 Brick Lane 12pm-2pm

12foot6 host a pop up Bar Shorts to kick off the East End Film Festival’s cultural take over of the Brick Lane area this Sunday. We’ll be upstairs at Cafe 1001 (91 Brick Lane – entrance on Dray Walk) from 12pm – 2pm showing mini feasts of animation and film by the likes of Darren Walsh, David Shrigley, Grant Orchard, Phil Mulloy, Tim Brunsden, Luke Snelling, 12Foot6, Chris Shepherd and many many more. And yes, we know it’s a lunch time kick off but Brick Lane is a right laugh on a Sunday so get down there and get some culture, food and beers in early. Its not like England are playing in a football final later that evening. Chris Shepherd and Dave 12Foot6 will be there to share a story and down a pint. 

100. VIBE 91 – 95 Brick Lane – 12pm-6pm

Please see above.





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