Thursday 21st June 2018, 7:30 PM – 11:00 PM @ Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent Street London W1B 2UW
Unflinching in her pursuit of progress, history still paints Winnie as a supremely controversial figure, a victim turned perpetrator and looking to redress the balance, filmmaker Pascale Lamche offers a nuanced portrait of a woman condemned for her radical role in the liberation of her South African people under apartheid (98 mins / 2017).
“Inarguably valuable as a historical document, giving its still-fiery 80-year-old subject a generous platform to tell her side of a contentious story.” – Variety
- Dr Patricia Daley, University of Oxford
- Advocate Sabelo Sibanda, Office of the Presidency & Head of Parliamentary & Constituency Office of the Pan Afrikanist Congress of Azania
- Hayley Sarah Jane Mills OMD EMEA
- 7.30 PM – 8.00 PM:Networking
- 8.00 PM – 9.40 PM: WINNIE Film Screening
- 9.45 PM – 10.45 PM: Panel Discussion
- 11.00 PM: Thanks & Close
- Dr Patricia Daley is Professor of the Human Geography of Africa at Jesus College, Oxford University – a long standing Pan Africanist and feminist who has written has written on gender and genocide, racial hierarchies and violence.
- Advocate Sabelo Sibanda serves in the Office of the Presidency of the Pan-Afrikanist Congress of Azania, as Head of the Parliamentary and Consituency Office of the PAC. Founding Director of the Afrikan Awareness Community Theatre and will join the discussion via video link.
- Hayley Sarah Jane Mills is a Strategy Manager for EMEA of the global media network OMD, key member of the Young Black Business Awards organising team and hails from South Africa. Co-Organisers: