Join us in the open air on the grassy slopes of Fellowship Square for Fellowship Films, part of Waltham Forest's free Summer Season of cultural events.
Our final film feature is:
Bend It Like Beckham (Directed by Gurinder Chadha, 2002, Certificate 12)
Inspiring, compassionate and funny - with a dash of social commentary, Bend It Like Beckham is a brilliant British comedy that broke barriers, smashed box office records and continues to charm audiences everywhere, while celebrating one of this Borough's most famous icons.
Viewing area opens: 6.30pm.
Pre-Film: AFC Leyton Women & Girls Football Club
Film starts: 7.30pm (1hr 52 mins running time) / ends approx 9.25pm.
Entry is free but you'll require a ticket to access the viewing area.
Bring a blanket/rug to sit on as seating is 'picnic style'.
Over the last decade, the award-winning mobile cinema, Stow Film Lounge, has entertained audiences throughout Waltham Forest and beyond. Founded by former Museum Of The Moving Image (MOMI) actors Nick Bertram and Marcus Shepherd - now respectively a film journalist and filmmaker - Stow Film Lounge's unmistakably independent programming for the people and unique take on the cinema experience bring cinema right to the heart of communities everywhere.