Written by Film Hub London

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Leytonstone Loves Film

Leytonstone Loves Film was a two-day celebration of film taking place at the end of September 2019. It was commissioned by London Borough of Waltham Forest and produced by the Barbican leading a consortium of film organisations to celebrate International Film culture and explore the unique cinema legacy of the local community and environment. There were two days of family programming, including screenings of multiple shorts and features as well as workshops and activities.

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Rainbow Film Festival

An inclusive film festival that engages local Bangladeshi communities across East London, with filmmakers sharing their expertise with local audiences through Q&As and seminars.

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Bounce Cinema

Bounce Cinema is a BAME-led independent film club showcasing new voices in the film industry that successfully attracts 18-30 year olds

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Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest: Shades of Queer

A new and unique strand of additional activity specifically focusing on queer and trans people of colour (QTPOC). Taking place in addition to the core festival programme, Shades of Queer consisted of 13 events across 6 venues in 3 London Boroughs, with a programme made up of relevant screenings and panels and Q&As.

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