WINDRUSH FILM PREMIERE SERIES: Di Journey & Brown Girl Begins 

Saturday 16th June 2018, 2:30 PM – 9:30 PM @ Africa Centre, 66 Great Suffolk Street, Arch 29 Nearest Station Southwark, London SE1 0BL

In honour of those who have contributed to the Journey we have made and for those who will continue the journey towards our success as a people.
  • 2:30 PM : Pop Up Afro Caribbean Market
  • 4:00 PM The UK PREMIERE OF ‘Di Journey: A Socio-historical documentary comprehensively exploring race relations through the chronicles of the African-Caribbean community in Britain, giving archive evidence on the legal rights of all Windrush citizens. It’s also a story about the resilient spirit and important cultural contribution by the Afro Caribbean community to a uniquely vibrant and diverse London and Albion. It does not only narrate the chronological socio-historical events, but seeks to challenge and waken controversial feelings in society regarding racism, the otherness, acceptance and above all togetherness, mutual understanding and love.
 Watch the trailer below:
  • Q&A with Producer Bogdan Histrov and Guests Fowokan, Dr.Lez Henry
  • 6:30 PM D.J.Music, Afro Caribbean Market
  • 7:30 PM – BROWN GIRL BEGINS: Film dealing with African Caribbean Futurism, The film draws a map of what history has taught us and of the unknown: that of the past and of our future and teaches the young and the old about race, diversity and acceptance of our heritage legacy. Somewhere in the near future all the wealthy are Living in the City whilst the poor are moved to a small island. A young Caribbean girl carrying the dormant power to save her people within her, is encouraged to take the spiritual journey to reconnect to her ancestral roots in order to harness the power within her and gain the knowledge to save the world.
Watch the trailer below:
Panel Discussion with Members of Youth Artists and DTA
Market Stalls are available for purchase: