Let's All Be Free Film Festival

5th - 7th April 2013 - London


Wow - what an amazing three days that was! From 5th to 7th April 2013, we held our first ever Let's All Be Free Film Festival, at the Brunei Gallery at SOAS in central London. And what a success it was! Scroll down to see some photos - more coming soon, plus videos!


"The Let's All Be Free Film Festival was brilliant - I really hope it's back next year!" 

Hannah Khalil, BBC


We screened 37 superb new films from around the world exploring what it means to be free - a truly diverse range of fascinating voices, in the categories of Fiction, Documentary and Expressions.


"Wow - the Let's All Be Free Film Festival was one of the best film festivals I've been to in years!" 

Maggie Gogler, film producer & blogger


We hosted talks, discussions and Q&As with high-profile speakers including Amnesty International, inspirational Dutch filmmaker Marijn Poels, BAFTA nominated director Kim Longinotto, human rights organisation Liberty, The Equality Trust, Institute for Fiscal Studies economist Prof. Richard Disney, and filmmakers who had flown in from all over the world to see their film on the big screen.


 "Definitely a bright new star on London's film festival circuit and hopefully here to stay."

Life Is A Festival


Strangers became friends and there was plenty of music and mingling at our Opening Night Gala and Closing Night Party. We gave out prizes at our Awards Ceremony, wrote on the 'freedom wall', got snapped on the red carpet - and generally had an absoloutely brilliant time.


"We loved being at Let's All Be Free! Amazing films and people!" 

Rachael Henley, actress


Check out the wonderful videos and photos from the festival in its very own website: www.labfff.com

Stay tuned for more news about next year's festival - we can't wait to do it all over again, and even bigger and better...!


A huge thank you to everyone who made the inaugural Let's All Be Free Film Festival such a success - you were all an integral part of a very special piece of history. See you all next year!


What does being free mean to YOU?