Climb aboard a converted canal boat for free entertainment as the Floating Cinema navigates the breadth of London's canals.
With a 10-week programme of more than 20 free and ticketed events, the Floating Cinema will host on-board screenings, large-scale outdoor films for bank-side audiences, talks and floating tours of the waterways.
Kicking off with screening shorts on-board the boat on 27-28 July in the North area of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the Floating Cinema is launching at the Open East Festival which celebrates the one-year anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony.
Hosted tours include Troubled Waters led by the Thames Police Museum and London Lost led by experts in human remains and London's burial grounds.
Selected shorts and feature films relating to this year's 'Extra-Ordinary' theme include a fancy dress outdoor screening of Tim Burton's animation Frankenweenie; a film about the River Lea by Michael Smith; and a specially-commissioned work Because I am Mad by upcoming director Oonagh Kearney.