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Films For Food at the East End Film Festival

At this years East End Film Festival there shall be two #FilmsForFood events. This is the third year running that #FilmsForFood is collaborating with the wonderful team at the festival.

Films For Food: Wizard Of Oz

Follow us over the rainbow with our Films For Food family screening of the beloved masterpiece The Wizard Of Oz and revisit Dorothy’s adventures in the magical land of Oz. 

In a reversal of 2017, when EEFF opened with a free outdoor screening in partnership with Films For Food supporting Tower Hamlets Food Bank (free admission with donation of non-perishable food – a massive 370kg haul was donated), this year EEFF closes with a weekend of outdoor events at Old Spitalfields Market, including more Films For Food activity. Exercising its social responsibility underpins all that EEFF does. Hence this year, donations of non-perishable food for Films For Food can be made throughout the festival – because EEFF intends to smash last year’s record.

So come along to our family screening of The Wizard Of Oz. The price of a ticket? A donation of non-perishable food to Tower Hamlets Food Bank.

Date - 28th April, 2pm at Old Spitalfields Market16 Horner Square, London E1 6EW.

Films For Food: All Eyes East

A festival that thrives on taking cinema out into the community, EEFF2018 closes its outdoor weekend with a look back at East End Past. In conjunction with #FilmsForFood, this archive screening is FREE for all- bring along a bag of non-perishable food items to donate to Tower Hamlets foodbank, and a seat is yours!

Films Including: Tunde’s Film

UK | Tunde Ikoli & Maggie Pinhorn | 1973

Filmed in 1970s East London, this rare, gritty drama deals with the trials faced by a group of young black teenagers. The film follows director Tunde Ikoli and his pals Colin, Micky and Taploe as they struggle to find work on the streets of pre-developed Tower Hamlets. Penniless and constantly harassed by the police, the boys decide to cut their losses and rob a bank. A potent, incisive slice of social realism, with music by Joan Armatrading. – BFI

To register for ticket click here

Date - 28th April, 6:30pm at Old Spitalfields Market16 Horner Square, London E1 6EW

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