The East End Film Festival (EEFF) returns for its 12th edition this summer for what will be its longest-ever run.
The festival offers two weeks of international premieres, industry masterclasses, free pop-up screenings and immersive live events.
Taking place in various venues across one of London's most dynamic quarters, the festival is committed to the work of first and second-time film directors and hot breakthrough bands.
Movie fans can expect 16 world premieres, two European premieres, 28 UK premieres and 20 London premieres.
- the world premiere of feature documentary The UK Gold which asks questions about the kind of the legacy recession-hit Britain has really inherited
- Lovelace, the eventful and tragic tale of Linda Lovelace, the most famous adult actress of the 1970s.
- Top international film screenings, including Miss Lovely; Inch'Allah; Halley; Television and Generation Um.