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LFFF 2015 – it’s a wrap!

LFFF is over for another year. We had a fantastic festival with so many people coming out in the sunshine and rain to see our selection of feminist films and engage in our panel discussions. From our Rape Crisis fundraiser … Continue reading

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London Feminist Film Festival 2015 trailer launched!

The London Feminist Film Festival 2015 trailer is now out! We hope you like our trailer and that it will give you a taster of what’s to come at LFFF 2015! Many thanks to Marta Génova for her amazing work on … Continue reading

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Win tickets to LFFF 2015!

With the 2015 edition of the London Feminist Film Festival kicking off in less than a week, we thought we would get you in the mood by offering you the chance to win a pair of tickets to the screening … Continue reading

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LFFF 2015 poster giveaway & update on festival pass

When we announced the programme a few weeks ago, we mentioned that for the first time in LFFF herstory there would be a festival pass to all of the screenings. This unfortunately proved not possible in the end and therefore you … Continue reading

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Notice of date change: ‘Esther Broner: A Weave of Women’

Just to notify you of an important change to our programme. We’ve changed the screening of the film Esther Broner: A Weave of Women from Friday 21 August to Sunday 23 August. We had inadvertently scheduled this brilliant film about a pioneer … Continue reading

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All LFFF 2015 tickets are now on sale!

Tickets are now on sale for all sessions at both venues for LFFF 2015! Get them while they’re hot! This year we have sessions at independent art deco cinema the Rio and Brent cultural hub the Tricycle, both great venues … Continue reading

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LFFF 2015 programme announced!

LFFF 2015 is just four weeks away and today we have announced our programme for the festival! The third edition of the festival will see eight screenings of a total of 15 films, at two venues – the Rio cinema in … Continue reading

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