Let’s All Be Free Film Festival 2014 is now open for entries!
Check our submission page for more details and submit your film!
The Let’s All Be Free Film Festival was brilliant – I really hope it’s back next year!”
Hannah Khalil, BBC
“Definitely a bright new star on London’s film festival circuit and hopefully
here to stay.”
Life Is A Festival
“We loved being at Let’s All Be Free! Amazing films and people!”
Rachael Henley, actress (Chronicles of Narnia)
From April 5th to 7th 2013, the first ever Let’s All Be Free Film Festival was held at the Brunei Gallery in central London. Hundreds of film-lovers, filmmakers, social activists and curious participants gathered to watch 37 superb new films from around the world – a truly diverse range of fascinating voices that explored what it means to be free. We hosted panel discussions and audience Q&As with such high-profile guests as 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 international filmmakers visiting from across the world to see their film on the big screen!
With its overwhelmingly successful debut, The Let’s All Be Free Film Festival has caught the world’s attention; be a part of the Let’s All Be Free Project by visiting our website (www.letsallbefree.com), and look forward to updates about further events and film festivals.