Hollywood is all very good and well, but sometimes you want the weird, cheap (but not necessarily worse for it!) and experimental stuff, and you want it right on your doorstep. Assuming you live in London, your hypothetical prayers have been figuratively answered.

Featuring groundbreaking work from the lesser known edges of cinema, the London Underground Film Festival returns to Bloomsbury’s The Horse Hospital for a second year of obscure delights.

Highlights include the premiere of Redemption Films’ The Owner, Made in Birmingham a documentary charting the city’s musical history and Pixel Pirate 2, a subversive ‘cut-up’ epic based on audio-visual samples from over 300 sources.

The Festival also features work curated by underground luminaries Jack Sargeant and Duncan Reekie. The Festival runs from the 1st to the 4th December. Tickets are available via the website.