Listen up, gather round (Read up on our venue changes)

Hey loves! Sadly due to unforeseen problems with Stoke Newington Town Hall we have had to re-house next week's festival hub and activities to ensure our audience's full enjoyment of our events and screenings.

Our new hub venue is an old fave: our beloved Rose Lipman Building! Here's a code to the changes:

  • The programme of the Stoke Newington Library Gallery stays the same (except for Black Yogis which moves to Rose Lipman Building at 10am, Sat 16 Nov)
  • The programme of Stoke Newington Town Hall (in its exact original order) moves to Rose Lipman Building
  • The Love Tank's Love Hub programme (in exact order) is now inside the Rose Lipman Building
  • 3 events (The Blue Flower of Novalis, Capital Retour + Q&A, and Fringe! Shorts: Hide and Seek) have been re-housed in Hatch. 

Unfortunately this has meant cancellation of 2 of our events: our screening of Lisa Olivieri's film Blindsided, and our party collaboration with Femmi-Errect on Fri 15 Nov. We are devastated to have lost these amazing events, and hope to screen Blindsided and partner with Femmi-Errect at some point in the next year. All events moving to Rose Lipman building will stay on the same dates and times except for TechnoTihuacan which will now start an hour earlier at 9pm. 

We will be updating venue information on our website, facebook, and emailing all Outsavvy ticket holders. Please be patient with our fully volunteer team as we make the necessary admin/logistic changes - it's not been easy, but we're making it happen! All we ask is you come and see the films in our programme - which are some of the most important, talented, genius and sexy things we've ever seen. 

For questions relating to tickets contact For questions relating to Access and to download our new Access press release contact filmfestaccess© 

Sorry for any inconvenience, but we're OKAY TO GO! xo 

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