Latam Film is happy to announce that tomorrow East End Film Festival opens and more than 75 films will be screened
The East End Film Festival which runs from 3rd – 8th July will screen the boldest and most exciting new films from around the world in the UK, boasting a programme of some 75 films and a number of live events. The EEFF is very excited to close with an Argentinean film in 2012 in Armando Bo’s El Último Elvis, a debut feature recently released in Argentina to great acclaim. The film will be screened with Bo in attendance for a Q&A, and will be followed by a special Graceland-themed Closing Night Gala party and some special live musical performances.
The festival has another edgy Latin American debut in El Lenguaje de los Machetes from Mexico, as well as the excellent Spanish film Wilaya, which will also be presented by its director. I am very much hoping that these screenings and events will be of interest to you and that you might be interested in sharing this information with your networks. I am of course very happy to discuss how we might be able to reciprocate in any way. The EEFF was founded in 2000 and is one of the UK’s largest film festivals. Based at the heart of London’s most dynamic quarter. The festival works with organisations such as Amnesty International UK and a variety of cultural institutes to bring challenging stories and discussions around cinema to the UK.
Latam Film is taking part as a media partner sponsor and will be bringing you in the coming days more news and information about the films screened and parallel events taking place.
Source: Latam Film
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