West Ham United supporters looking to fill the final free weekend before the 2014 FIFA World Cup should head to Sidelines: Amnesty International's first-ever Football Film Festival.
Presented in partnership with Picturehouse Cinemas and the Blizzard, Sidelines will be a weekend of thought-provoking films held at the Hackney Picturehouse.
The films will explore topics ranging from the passion and fury surrounding football in Brazil, to the ups and downs of the Egyptian national side during the Arab Spring, to the non-Jewish Ajax fans in the Netherlands who call themselves Jews - as well as lively Q&As and panel discussions, all with a football and human rights theme.
Among those attending will be former West Ham youngster and Academy coach Anwar Uddin, who became the first British Asian to play professional football in England. Uddin will take part in a Panel Discussion entitled Pride and Prejudice in the Beautiful Game at 2.25pm on Saturday 7 June.
The star turn of the weekend will be former Manchester United and France forward Eric Cantona, who will present a screening of the film Looking For Rio, which saw him travel to Brazil to discover the history of football in Rio through the narratives of its four main clubs: Flamengo, Fluminense, Vasco de Gama and Botafogo. Following the screening, which starts at 6.15pm on Saturday, Cantona and his brothers Jean-Marie and Joel will discuss the making of the film and the inspiration behind it.
The complete line-up for Sidelines is as follows:
Friday 6 June
6.15pm - Informe Robinson Documentary Double Bill (UK Premiere)
Plus Q&A with Informe Robinson reporter José Larraza, The Blizzard editor Jonathan Wilson, and Amnesty's Naomi Westland.
8.50pm - American Pharoah (World Premiere)
Plus Q&A with award-winning director Hossam Aboul-Magd, Emmy-nominated producer, writer and director Sandy Petrykowski, and Amnesty UK crisis campaigner Kristyan Benedict.
11pm - Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait
Saturday 7 June
1pm - The Perfect Host? Panel Discussion.
On the panel are BBC sports presenter Karthi Gnanasegaram; Times football reporter Rory Smith; Philippe Auclair of France Football, author of Cantona: the Rebel Who Would Be King; and Amnesty's James Lynch.
2.25pm - Pride and Prejudice in the Beautiful Game: Panel Discussion
On the panel are Anwar Uddin, the first British Asian to play professional football in England; and CNN and Times sports writer James Masters.
3.40pm - The Railroad All-Stars
Plus Q&A with director Chema Rodríguez.
6.15 pm - Looking For Rio (UK Premiere)
Plus Eric Cantona in conversation.
Sunday 8 June
1pm - SuperJews (UK Premiere)
Plus Q&A with director Nirit Peled.
3.05pm - Goals For Girls: A Story Of Women With Balls (UK Premiere) with Panel Discussion
On the panel are Sky Sports presenter Sarah-Jane Mee, Goals for Girls director Ginger Gentile, Guardian sports writer Anna Kessel, and former manager of Charlton Athletic women's team Paul Mortimer.
5.30pm - Coach Zoran And His African Tigers
Plus Q&A with director Sam Benstead.