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Paralympic Film to Premiere at East End Film Festival

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Pleased to announce that All Eyes on Us, a 26' documentary about the opening ceremony of the 2012 Paralympic Games will have it's world premiere public screening at this year's East End Film Festival. Last summer Eelyn Lee and her crew of local young filmmakers were granted unique access to rehearsals taking place in secret locations around East London. The film captures the spirit of an Olympic summer through the experiences of four inspiring performers.

'The East End Film Festival is the perfect place to premiere our film which is a story about the world's eyes all focussing on a major event in East London.' Eelyn Lee

The film will screen at the Rio cinema in Dalston on Sunday 30th June at 1.30pm. For ticket info click here. Watch the trailer above and get updates on the Facebook page. Watch the subtitled version here.

For more details about All Eyes on Us which was commissioned by A New Direction see our project page or check the film's website.


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