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LABFFF 2015: Opening Night Party!

Friday 18th October 2015 @ 18:30-21:00

It’s finally here! LABFFF is back and better than ever!

Come and help us celebrate and open the festival in style with FREE drinks and nibbles at Motel Studios in Hoxton, home of LABFFF 2015.

We’ll be kicking the festival off this year with an introduction by Festival Director, Tariq Nasir.

Poet Shagufta Iqbal and Director/Producer Elizabeth Mizon will introduce their poetry film ‘Borders’.

Want to come along? Just email with your names and we’ll put you on the Guest List for the evening.

Inspiring Change: Short Films & Conversations

10151360_699207840117422_1400606182174537518_nTo kick off our Let’s All Be Free Film Festival 2014 (8th-10th April), we are celebrating with an exciting, new event – Inspiring Change: Short Films and Conversations at Whirled Cinema in Brixton. BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW!

We will screen brilliant, socially impactful short films from Amnesty International UK, Survival International,Women for Refugee Women, Amantani, Ashoka and touching street-life film The Truth About Stanley (you can read The Independent’s 5-star review of the film here). The topics will range from homelessness to North Korean labour camps, from women asylum seekers to a film about indigenous rights narrated by Joanna Lumley – and more!


View On Freedom: Photography Exhibition

We will be exhibiting a free photography installation as a way of celebrating the opening of the Let's All Be Free Film Festival 2014. This installation represents the diversity of our community through the many expressions of what being free can mean, and includes portraits of Londoners we recently interviewed regarding their take on what being free means to them. The exhibition will open on Tuesday 1st April 2014 and run until the end of the month including throughout the film festival.

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