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Cinemagoers have the chance to enjoy a wide array of celluloid offerings in London as the annual East End Film Festival kicks off on 23rd April.

From up-and-coming talent to larger, more established independent movies; the range of screenings at the event is set to be as diverse as any film can get.

The opening night gala on April 23rd will see the film The End - a movie directed by Nicola Collins that explores the world of her father and his friends - receive its international premiere.

Meanwhile, Sounds Like Teen Spirit - an examination of the Teenage Eurovision Song Contest by Jamie Jay Johnson - will be the last film screened at the symposium.

A range of venues will be taking part in the festival, including Cineworld West India Key, Genesis Cinema in Whitechapel, Rich Mix in Bethnal Green, Stratford Picture House, Vibe Live on Brick Lane and Amnesty International UK Human Rights Action Centre.

Passes for each screening cost between £5 and £7.50 and are available now.

People staying in one of the many London hotels are advised to secure their hotel rooms as early as possible to avoid any disappointment. LateRooms.com has over 600 hotels ranging from luxury hotels to cheap London hotels.

Grange Blooms Town House Hotel is offering delightful double rooms for two adults from £118, the normal rate is £253. This 18th century town house is located in the heart of literary Bloomsbury. The hotel has 3 star rating and over 75% customer satisfaction rate.

Other alternatives available include The Clarendon hotel. This hotel is offering their executive double rooms from £123 for two adults. The hotel is close to Covent Garden, Oxford Street and it has 80% customer satisfaction.

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Kaia Lear
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