Saturday 3rd October Stow Film Lounge @ X7eaven Productions, Nexus Centre, 3 Snowberry Close, Leytonstone, London E15 2AH We are delighted to be returning to LEYTONSTONE LOVES FILM this year and to be working once again with X7eaven Productions. This time we are screening Black Panther, a superhero film, based on the Marvel Comics superhero of the same name. The film is a sequel to Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: Civil War. It is the eighteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the sixth film of Phase Three. After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the African nation ofRead More →

Friday 2nd October Stow Film Lounge @ X7eaven Productions, Nexus Centre, 3 Snowberry Close, Leytonstone, London E15 2AH We are delighted to return to LEYTONSTONE LOVES FILM again this year with Chaplin’s first feature length comedy which many people regard as his most personal and perfect film. A woman abandons her newborn son along with a note for the finder. The Tramp stumbles upon the child and though initially reluctant, takes him in and raises him as his own. Introduced with a simple summary, ‘A picture with a smile – and perhaps a tear’ it was released in 1921 and still pulls at the heartstringsRead More →

Friday 18th Sept Stow Film Lounge @ Langthorne Park, Birch Grove, Leytonstone, London E11 4YG Our opening event of LEYTONSTONE LOVES FILM 2020 is in the delightful Langthorne Park, just off the Leytonstone High Road and we have programmed this modern critically acclaimed Bollywood tale. Pawan, a devotee of Lord Hanuman, finds a girl, who is speech impaired, lost in Haryana. He soon learns that she belongs to Pakistan and sets out to reunite her with her family at great personal cost. A little mute girl from a Pakistani village gets lost on her return back from a trip to India. In Kurukshetra, she meetsRead More →

Sunday 20th September Stow Film Lounge @ Henry Reynolds Park, 2 Bushwood, Leytonstone, London E11 3AY Our collaboration with LEYTONSTONE LOVES FILM continues in this gem of a park in Leytonstone. What better way to celebrate this with an East London gem of film which charts the emergence of suedehead subculture. Del (Del Walker), a young apprentice, and his 15-year-old girlfriend Irene (Anne Gooding) have no money and nowhere to go. Angry and frustrated, they turn to Bronco Bullfrog – fresh out of borstal and living an independent lifestyle – for a taste of fun and freedom. Powerful and authentic, this fascinating record of theRead More →