London Investigative Film Festival 2014
7-9 February Oliver Thompson Theatre, City University London
Five investigative documentaries followed by a discussion with the filmmakers
The London Investigative Film Festival opens tonight .
We will be showing five investigative documentaries, including the UK premiere of the French film Big Tobacco, Young Targets. Directed by Paul Moreira, the film looks at how tobacco companies are targeting children with their advertising.
See the full list of the films below.
The London Investigative Film Festival 2014 will be held at City University London:
Oliver Thompson Theatre
City University London
London, EC1V 0HB
The Oliver Thompson Lecture Theatre is in The Tait Building on Northampton Square. It is bordered by Spencer Street and Goswell Street.
Angel on the Northern line (City branch) and Farringdon on the Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City and Circle lines.
Routes 4, 19, 30, 38, 43, X43, 55, 56, 73, 153, 214, 243, 341, 505 pass nearby.
There are parking meters in the roads surrounding the university. The nearest National Car Park is on Skinner Street, off St John Street.
Opening night film - West of Memphis - and drinks reception £10, £8 concessions.
Gasland 2 - free admission
Other screenings £7, £6 concessions.
Three-days pass - £27, £24 concessions (you save £4 on each pass)
Cash only on the door.
The London Investigative Film Festival 2014 is kindly sponsored by the Lorana Sullivan Foundation.
The festival is supported by the Foreign Press Association.