Preview Clips




2014 web festival Programme



Friday 10th October 2014
With less than a month to go to our opening, our event curators are busy adding the final touches to the 9th We The People's Film Festival:

Our annual Youth Day will be collaborating with the Royal African society and Film Africa 2014.

Alex Gray from the NSPCC will be joining the Q and A Panel at the Water Poet on Wednesday 19th November.

Wednesday 8th October 2014
College of North West London, screening confirmed for Thursday 13th November.

Saturday 4th October 2014
We’re excited to announce the screening of the feature film "Sixteen", a Karlovy Vary ‘14 Nominee at our annual Youth Day, on Saturday 8th November. Rob Brown and Jake Hume the film director and producer, respectively, will be joining the Q & A panel that follows the screening.

On Tuesday 11th November please join us for an evening at Ravensbourne University for A Russian Fairytale, directed by Jake Mobbs in association with Love’s Bridge.

At the Water Poet, Liverpool street on Wednesday 19th November at 6.30 pm we will be hosting an evening of films dedicated to “child Abuse and educational programmes.” We are pleased to announce a Q&A with a special guest from the NSPCC.

Further details on the above screenings and how to register are soon to be announced.

Sunday 28th September 2014
The We The Peoples Film Festival programme is soon to be announced and we are delighted to work with a variety of brilliant independent filmmakers. Their pioneering work, wonderful images and remarkable storytelling will educate and inspire audiences and encourage the exchange of ideas.

Friday 6th June 2014
We are delighted to be collaborating once again with the students from Ashdown Academy to curate a We The Peoples Film Festival 2014.

Saturday 19th April 2014
We are delighted to announce that The We The Peoples's Film Festival is now open for film submissions for the November festival taking place between Saturday 8th November - Friday 21st November.
Wednesday 20th November 2013
As part of the We The Peoples film festival, UCL UN Society hosted the UK premiere of 'Through the Fire' which featured the work of three remarkable Somali women. Dr Edna Adam, a UK-trained midwife[...] read more

“The Noise of Cairo” prompts debate on free expression in Egypt
Friday 15th November 2013
Screened at the School of Oriental & African Studies, “The Noise of Cairo” followed the interplay between art and the 2011 revolution in Egypt. German Director Heiko Lange’s small film crew film caught up with leading characters in Cairo’s cultural scene who led him and his cinematic audience on a journey to understand the unique role artists played during the revolution in Cairo[...] read more

Water is a human right, say Ethiopian herders
Wednesday 13th November 2013
The 2013 Festival’s opening film challenged our assumptions on a basic human right, the right to drinkable water. The Well: Water voices from Ethiopia follows the Borana herders [...] read more

Sunday 3rd November 2013
We the peoples film festival got of to a fantastic start at the BFI on Sunday 3rd November. It was an exciting day for young film makers who were able to enhance the filmmaking skills. We are also pleased to announce the 2013 winner of the #tweetapitch competition Maria Shibata, who will be producing a documentary on bringing education to young mothers at home in Kenya through mobile phones. Maria is hoping that winning this competition will provide her with the opportunity to self-produce and direct a film, putting her international editorial values and creative eye to the test! We are looking forward to following Maria's film making journey and to the screening of her documentary at the BFI in 2014...
Best films screened on the day
Lejla's story - Judges Award
You Are Me - Audience Award

Click here to view 60 second documentaries created on the day by our young filmmakers at the BFI Southbank.

Friday 25th October 2013
Seven venues booked to show 22 films in biggest ever festival. More venues to follow!
2013 PresentaPitch and #Tweetapitch
Sunday 1st September 2013
We are delighted to announce that the 2013 PresentaPitch and #Tweetapitch competition is now open for entries. Last year you may remember that we ran a pitching competition at the festival in partnership Your World View, for 15-25 year olds [...] read more

British Universities Film & Video Council confirms support WTP Film Festival
Thursday 28th August 2013
The British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC) has confirmed it will continue its support for the We the Peoples Film Festival.  In welcoming this news, Vivienne Eka, Festival Director said [...] read more

We the Peoples Film Festival signs up with FESTHOME to encourage international submissions
12th May 2013
In inviting submissions in 2013, the We the Peoples film festival has teamed up with FESTHOME in its efforts to encourage submissions from round the world. FESTHOME is a film submission service which uses the Internet. It  breaks with the classical concept of distribution to film festivals, on DVD, paper and postal envelope, adapting to the newest Internet technologies while offering the highest screening quality out of all online submission platforms.

We the Peoples Film Festival links up with the Ashdown Academy
22nd April 2013
Students in Events Management studying at the Ashdown Academy will be joining the We The Peoples film festival team this year, taking leading roles in venue liaison, website design and audience handling. The students bring energy and fresh ideas to the Festival” Said David Wardrop Chairman of the UNA Westminster [...] read more

British Film Institute to host We the Peoples Film Festival Youth Day
2nd March 2013
The British Film Institute (BFI) has confirmed that it will continue to host the We The Peoples Youth Day, to be held on Sunday 3 November. The six hour programme, using one of the BFI screens at its South bank location will comprise screening of [...] read more