South Social Film Festival is an independent pop-up cinema that has found itself all over South London from Borough to Dulwich, from Elephant & Castle to Peckham.
Considered by many to be South London’s home for international independent films, music and food events, the South Social Film Festival is an immersive movie, music and dining experience.
This month the festival turns five. To celebrate its birthday, the team have collected videos from their principal filmmakers, Riccardo Sai and Ezequiel Velasquez, in a new channel on YouTube.
Heralded for representating different cultures, voices and stories from around the world the not-for-profit film festival aims to reflect the city we live in, and the people we all share it with. Creating an opportunity for audiences to learn about, discover and engage with a variety of cultures, people and artistic expressions.
South Social dedicates every event to a different country, during the five years of the festival South Social Film Festival have organised 30 festivals, covering over 25 countries, showcasing 50 filmmakers, 20 musicians, 20 dancers and special guest chefs.
You can find the celebration videos on their YouTube channel.