That's a wrap on Leytonstone Loves Film 2019. 

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone that participated and attneded the first ever Leytonstone Loves Film. Over 8,000 people took part in a workshop, activity or watched a film. 

Check out the gallery for images from across the weekend. 

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A rare opportunity to see a gem of Hindi cinema and one of the great works of film history, Guru Dutt’s 1957 Pyaasa. A romance for the ages, we'll be bringing it back to screen in an intimate community setting nodding to the borough's Asian cinema clubs of the '70s.
Opening Night: Isle of Dogs
Join us for our dog-friendly Opening Night! We're screening Wes Anderson's stop-motion love letter to man’s best friend, Isle of Dogs. There’ll be snacks and drinks under the stars, and feel free to bring blankets, little ones and well-behaved pups.
Bugsy Malone
Dress up, sing along! Join us for a free family-friendly screening of Jodie Foster's breakthrough showstopper, Bugsy Malone, in Leytonstone's suitably historic St John's Churchyard. Complete with BSL intro and fully subtitled for HoH.
Cut the Chat: Audience Screening
Following their live podcast recording, Cut the Chat's Ace, Femi, Lee and Damon open out the vote to you to what makes it onto screen that eve! Cast your vote for either Breakin' (1984), Men In Black (1987), The Nutty Professor (1996) or Why Did I Get Married? (2007).
Local street food
We park up on Leytonstone High Road for an entirely car-free Sunday of markets and music. Don't sleep on delicious local street food, homegrown artists and designers, and a Luna Lounge-curated line up of live acts.