The British Student Film Festival is returning to London’s Brick Lane today for five days of showcases of films made by students.
Taking place across four weeks in four cities including Newcastle, Liverpool and Bristol the festival is hitting the Loading Bay Gallery in Brick Lane today (24th April) and will be staying around until 29th April.
Screening a variety of films including animations, music videos and screenplays the festival celebrates young creative talent and, according to their website, ‘hope to not only help those filmmakers with a desire to enter the industry as a career but also to demonstrate the creativity and vision in each student’.
As well as screenings of 130 student made shorts there will also be a pop up cafe space serving gourmet popcorn. You can get some more information on the festival here and in case you’re thinking about popping down tickets cost £5 per screening or £10 for unlimited screening access.
Find more film here.