“ARCHIVE REVELATIONS II: BIG CITY STORIES – BLACK LONDON’S FILM HERITAGE” by June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive Ltd

Thursday 22nd March 2018, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM @ May Day Rooms,
88 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1DH

Big City stories is a compilation of film extracts dating from 1911 to 1995 from institutional and personal archives.

Get a sense of how London’s Black population has been represented across the decades in mainstream film and TV and through the eyes of black filmmakers.

A journey through the African and Caribbean presence in London Across the decades.

Screenings will include Q&As with Directors, producers and others sharing storytelling, experiences, bringing insight into film history, linking the past and the present.

The Big City Stories team will present the screening and will be on hand for discussion after the film.

The JGPACA spans over 30 years of Pan African cinema which includes films, audio recordings, images, paper-based materials and posters.

Screenings help to make our films as widely accessible as possible and help us to promote the joy of Pan African cinema.

These screenings support the work and development of the archive.