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East End Film Festival

Celebrating its 10 year anniversary, the East End Film Festival returns later this month, running 27 April – 2 May.

Amongst a wide and varied programme there’s MOVIE MAYDAY, a day of FREE film screenings and events in every corner of the East End including a SECRET SOCIETY SERIES in the Masonic Lodge, a cinematic CYCLE SYMPHONY in Spitalfields Market and hundreds of short screenings, features, competitions, quizzes and talks.

We’ve teamed up with EEFF to provide a programme of shorts, they’ll play at Monty’s Bar on Bricklane on the Monday afternoon.


RSSF Programme for EEFF:


Hard Hat

Directed by Karan Kandhari, Oslo Beach Films (UK)

London through immigrants’ eyes. RSSF Audience Award Winner


Two Men and a Car Park

Directed by Federico Forcolini, Well Fed Films (UK)

Just another day staffing an underground car park. Two ordinary men share an extraordinary responsibility, it’s a tough job but someone has got to do it. RSSF NEWCOMER Winner


Two Ladies and a Hill

Directed by Federico Forcolini, Well Fed Films (UK)

Two old friends rejoice in the finer offerings of the great outdoors.


Nolan’s Cheddar

Directed by John Nolan, Streetlight Films UK Ltd (UK)

Snifflels tries his luck…



Directed by Kristina Hofmann, Royal College of Art (UK)

Toys tell the real story of how animals live.


Gold Top

Directed by Satvinder Johal, Tim Dann Ltd & Sat Johal

It’s the morning of Christmas Eve 1984 and young Kishore, a milkman’s runner, has a very special delivery to make. For on this morning his milk round holds more importance than just collecting tips. A big journey in a small world.


Up There

Directed by Malcolm Murray, Mekanism (USA)

The stories of the New York painters who are struggling to keep hand-painting advertising alive in its birthplace.



Directed by Rhiannon Evans, International Film School Wales (UK/France)

Falling in love only lasts as long as a piece of string.


Hotel 66

Directed by Anthony Chen, National Film and Television School (UK)

Set within the backdrop of London’s Chinatown during the World Cup Season in 2002, Hotel 66 relates the uncanny rendezvous of two emotionally displaced workers; an innocent female security guard and a long-term tenant.


Cold Turkey

Directed by Gavin Keane, Parallel Films (Ireland)

‘Cold Turkey’ concerns the misadventures of a frustrated Foley artist, curious children and petrified poultry.

About Soho Shorts

We celebrate the wealth of talent working across all genres of short format productions. For us that means anything under 45minutes including fiction, factual, animation, music video, and digital content in every degree. Year round Soho Shorts helps curate programme across the UK and internationally. Contact us if you want to team up.


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