Today's disovery: The fabulous Rich Mix Cinema in East London (among other theatres) will host the East End Film Festival 2012 from Wed 4 July to Sun 8 July, with a series of foreign films by independent filmmakers from India, Spain, Egypt, Canada, Uganda, the UK and more.
See the programme here:
or here for film details:
Time Out says:
Founded in 2001, the East End Film Festival is now one of the UK's largest film festivals. This year the festival coincides with World Pride and includes more LGBT films than ever before, including 'Call Me Kuchu', 'How To Survive A Plague', 'Look At Me Again', 'Riot Girls' and 'Our Story'.
The festival runs for a week at various venues including Hackney Picturehouse and Stratford Picturehouse.
Among the film presented, "Call Me Guchu" from Uganda I mentioned in a previous post:
It is every night at 9pm.
Hope to see you there!
At the heart of the cultural carousal leading into this summer’s Olympic Games, EEFF 2012 will offer a dynamic, six day showcase of cinema from all over the globe.
More on the Festival on its website: