Last Frame Film Club

Submitted by natalieomari on Thu, 07/30/2020 - 06:58

From the team behind Cheap Cuts Documentary Film Festival, Last Frame is an East London based film club committed to showcasing a variety of incredible films. From documentary to the DIY cinema, Last Frame aims to highlight films that are focusing on social issues, underrepresented communities and marginalised stories and creators. We host an annual Smartphone Film Festival and provide affordable, accessible workshops for new filmmakers.

Dominic Stinton

Submitted by natalieomari on Thu, 07/30/2020 - 06:23

Dominic Stinton is an artist and filmmaker with a keen interest in London's untold stories. 
His documentaries include 'A Portrait of Walthamstow Market (2007)' which was featured on BBC London and ITV London tonight. 

Stow Film Lounge

Submitted by admin on Fri, 06/12/2020 - 12:49

Proudly the “antithesis of the multiplex”, for the better part of a decade Stow Film Lounge has been touring its Time Out featured mobile repertory cinema through Walthamstow and beyond, entertaining 30,000 people with over 500 films in the process.

E17 Films

Submitted by admin on Fri, 06/12/2020 - 12:48

E17 Films was founded to promote film making and screening the short film format in 2010, a time when the Borough did not have a cinema. 


Submitted by admin on Fri, 06/12/2020 - 12:48

Women Over 50 in Film Festival (WOFFF), now in its sixth year, champions the work of older women in film. Every short film they show has a woman over 50 at its heart on screen or a woman over 50 as the writer, producer or director. 

We Are Parable

Submitted by admin on Fri, 06/12/2020 - 12:48

We Are Parable is an award-winning Film Exhibition company that provides audiences around the UK with opportunities to experience Black Cinema in culturally relevant, memorable and innovative ways.

Founded by Anthony and Teanne Andrews in 2013, they have worked with Oscar-winning filmmaker Spike Lee, Black Panther director Ryan Coogler and Bafta winner Idris Elba. Their most recent collaboration was an online takeover called “Who We Are” which explored the artistry in Black British Film, in association with the British Film Institute. 


Most of the Leytonstone Loves Film programme is taking place online however two projects, Moving Pictures and Shorts on the High Road have screenings in outdoor and indoor venues. We are following current government guidelines that state indoor and outdoor performances can go ahead if the organiser is implementing covid-secure measures.