A very special event and a unique celebration of the work of pioneering British screenwriter Nigel Kneale.
Running from 1 to 12 July, this year’s edition of the EEFF presents an eclectic mix of new films from global and local independent filmmakers, along with some fantastic music-focused events.
Electric Sheep is very pleased to present a screening of 1961 krimi The Dead Eyes of London at the amazing Masonic Temple as part of EEFF 2015.
In the final class of this season’s Miskatonic London horror authority Stephen Thrower talks about legendary exploitation figure Jesús Franco.
The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies is pleased to announce the full line-up of its pilot season at the Horse Hospital.
Electric Sheep and Strange Attractor are proud to present a rare screening of Spanish chiller Tombs of the Bind Dead as part of the EEFF.
Director Sean Hogan talks about his feature, The Devil’s Business, a tense, tightly scripted character-driven drama that starts like a crime thriller and ends in occult territory. Friday 17 August, 5pm, Resonance 104.4 FM
Electric Sheep is very proud to participate in the celebration of the legendary Scala cinema with a talk + screening of Thundercrack! on September 20.
Electric Sheep presents a double bill of The Holy Mountain + Suspiria and an evening of talks in a Masonic Lodge on Monday 2 May as part of the East End Film Festival’s Secret Societies series.