South Social Film Festival brings you authentic music from around the world to delight and inspire you.


3rd October 2019, Cinema Museum, 2 Dugard way, London SE114TH
Lucia Tong  is a wonderful dancer with a background in dance and theatre performance. Lucia works to uncover visceral and intuitive truths through the body.  Lucia creates multi-disciplinary works with her own company Pangea Art and  with Arts 4 Human Rights  to promote the use of arts to engage people with social thinking and action.

Previous programmes


13 July 2019, Elephant Park, London, SE17 1UB
The sounds of Chile were brought to us with a wonderful live concert with London-based duo, SILVIA BALDUCCI, singer and guitarist, and DANIEL JIMENEZ, guitarist.

Sylvia is a multi instrumentalist and a prolific songwriter (writing in English, Spanish and Italian). She is also an accomplished and talented arranger-producer. She is known for her original and emotional interpretations. She has collaborated with many Chilean artists,  as well as artists from different genres, fusing together different cultural styles with her own.


8 June 2019 Moving Pictures Cinema @ Mercato Metropolitano Elephant and Castle
Our festival in June brought together the sounds and sights of Spain. 

London-based musician Pablo Dominguez brought us the dramatic and sensual sounds of flamenco combined with elements of jazz.  

Joining Pablo was Noelia Valdés, a flamboyant and talented flamenco dancer, delighting us with the beauty and authenticity of this traditional Spanish dance.


6 April 2019 Moving Pictures Cinema @ Mercato Metropolitano Elephant and Castle
Joining us on 6 April was acclaimed Japanese singing ambassador MIOU who combines fashion, music and her beautiful singing voice to put on a charming show. MIOU has won multiple awards crediting her performances, including “Asia’s Top Fashion Singer” and “Asia Pacific Inspirational Woman”. She has been performing on the international stage for a number of years and has ammasssed a loyal following.

MIOU brings Japan to the world through her music, through preserving and sharing the beauty of traditional Japanese culture. While maintaining her own cultural identity, she fuses Japanese traditional sound with modern western beats to create an “East Meets West” crossover. MIOU


2-3 February 2019 Theatre Peckham
Our Black Culture weekend was enriched with both music and dancing. Elsa Perez the 83 year old South-African Londoner kicked off the weekend with a Riel dance group and workshop along with a jewelry stall, adding a touch of Cape Town to Theatre Peckham. Acclaimed Cameroonian musician Munto Valdo then had us singing along to his ’Sawa Blues’, performing his iconic songs featuring a mix of American soul and Brazilian samba. Valdo’s use of the harmonica, guitar and vocals creates a captivating mixture of folk and blues, with the essence of his African roots. Munto Valdo
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