The inHOUSE Film Festival has a theme of Transformation, including urban and social transformation — and somewhere like Haringey is a really good place to have these conversations, being one of London’s most diverse and changing boroughs.
Wednesday night is launch night, with DJ sets and tasters of the festival to come (buy tickets in advance for this one). Thursday is all about fashion, with film screenings and a fashion show; Friday focuses on music with talks from directors and producers, AV installations and music videos; over the weekend, catch short film programmes curated by the festival and partners like the London Short Film Festival, No Gloss Film Festival and East End Film Festival.
Tickets are a bargainous £3 per day or £10 for the whole festival. There’s a bar on site, a coffee van parked outside and food provided by Popdogs.
The inHOUSE Film Festival runs 9-13 April in warehouses at 199 Eade Road, N4 1DN. Read more and buy tickets on the festival website.