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Eastside Educational Trust

East-Side Educational Trust aims to deliver a variety of literature development activities engaging young people in East London and the surrounding areas with literature and the arts.  Our funding contributes to operating costs. 

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £53,000
  • 2013-2014: £53,000
  • 2014-2015: £53,000

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Media Manipulation

Part of AYV Film Camp 2014. Students worked with a spoken word artist and filmmakers to devise, film and edit a short film in just 5 days!

Has the Relationship Lost its Meaning?

Part of AYV Film Camp 2014. Students worked with a spoken word artist and filmmakers to devise, film and edit a short film in just 5 days!

Society's Strings

Part of AYV Film Camp 2014. Students worked with a spoken word artist and filmmakers to devise, film and edit a short film in just 5 days!

ayvfilm2014

Adobe Youth Voices London, short promo for schools

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Review of Cinematography Masterclass

An Eastside BFI Film Academy student reviews a cinematography masterclass at the BFI Southbank

Kate's Work Experience at Eastside

GCSE student Kate visited Eastside to complete her work experience placement - here is the video diary of her experience. If you would like to enquire about work experience at Eastside please email online@eastside.org.uk

On the Shelf

Short film created by students participating in the BFI Film Academy 2014

Rita

Short film created by participants of the BFI Film Academy 2014

Philip

Short film created by students participating on the BFI Film Academy 2014

Half Minded

Short Film created by students participating on the BFI Film Academy 2014

Comatose

Short film created by BFI Film Academy students

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Contact details

www.eastside.org.uk

Suite 16, Perseverance Works,37
Hackney Road
London
E2 7NX

51.527248, -0.07524

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