Social Cinema Film Festival

The South Social Film Festival

South Social Film Festival is an enticing mix of international independent films paired with music and food events from their countries of origin, coming to South London this November, supported by FILMDOO, a new online platform for international films and the ITALIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE.

The Festival is a member of FILM HUB LONDON, managed by FILM LONDON. Partners include RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL, TANGO SOUTH LONDON and THE CINEMA MUSEUM

For ticket links, click on the date/venue of each film.

South Social Film Festival website

HEARTS OF TANGO

Become enthralled and enchanted by the original dance craze that has endured changing cultures and tastes through the generations – Tango! Delve into the “tanguero” landscape of Toronto, whose inhabitants share their passion for this multicultural expression of life.

W.A.K.A.


This brave, no-holds-barred Cameroonian feature W.A.K.A., tells the story of Matilda, a barmaid facing numerous post-pregnancy struggles. An unflinching account of a not uncommon issue, bristling with verve and conviction.

ALL ABOUT THE FEATHERS


Laughter and lunacy abound in this cheerful debut from Costa Rica about persistence, friendship and cockerels. With deadpan humour it moves at a cracking pace as Chalo’s monotonous life grows increasingly colourful.

Above the clouds
ABOVE THE CLOUDS

A beautifully lensed, languorous study of grief and familial bonding, taking as its inspiration the very human struggle to keep memories of loved ones alive.

FILOSOFI KOPI

A summertime box office hit in its native Indonesia, this intriguing story about soul-searching and making peace with the past through coffee is adapted from Dee Lestari’s best-selling novel which was credited by leading critics as reviving wit in Indonesian literature.

PITCHIPOI

An amusing reflection on what it means to be Jewish in modern-day France, Charles Najman’s absurdist drama readily picks apart the differences between being Jewish and being from Israel, all the while punctuated by the irony and self-deprecation that fundamentally characterizes Jewish humor.

VIKTORIA
VIKTORIA

A hugely ambitious, decade-spanning debut feature with eye-popping visuals, sumptuous cinemaphotography and a truly original female-driven storyline, the groundbreaking Viktoria must be seen to be believed.

HIP HOP-ERATION

An engagingly fluffy and deeply charming documentary that is packed with moments to smile at, Bryn Evans’ Hip Hop-operation captures a group of elderly New Zealanders who embark on the adventure of a lifetime when they set their sights on competing in the World Hip Hop Championships in Las Vegas.

NAME ME

Two fatherless teenage girls pull a spur-of-the-moment prank that has life-changing consequences in this suspenseful drama about fathers and daughters.

Beautiful Youth
BEAUTIFUL YOUTH

Goya-award-winning director Jaime Rosales (Solitary Fragments) returns with this affecting portrayal of two attractive and in love twenty-somethings helplessly caught amidst Spain’s economic crises.

FEAR OF WATER

Creating a beautiful portrait of self-discovery, Fear of Water is an honest depiction of conquering one’s fears, breaking out from one’s shell, and finding happiness even from unexpected sources.

PER AMOR VOSTRO
PER AMOR VOSTRO

A fortysomething wife and mother must deal with an abusive husband and a handsome, soap-star lover who seems to be too good to be true in Guiseppe Gaudino’s swirling, sensual, extraordinary ode to modern womanhood and romance against the odds.

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Supported by FilmDOO

 

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