“Reel Black Lives Matter: African Diaspora focused Documentaries” by Rapport Festival

 Saturday 16th June 2018, 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM @ Whirled Cinema, 259-260 Hardess Street, Loughborough Junction, London SE24 0HN Rapport Festival returns to Brixton for its second year. We present a weekend of African Diaspora films (15th -17th June). International films focused on the real lives, experiences, and perspectives of Africans in Africa and the…

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LONDON HISTORY DAY 2018: Free Screening of ‘BEYOND THE PHOTO’ at the ‘Herne Hill Film Festival’

Thursday 31st May 2018, 8:00 PM @ The Prince Regent, 69 Dulwich Road, London SE24 0NJ ‘London History Day‘ is back and it’s bigger and better than ever! More than 70 of London’s museums, galleries and cultural spaces will open their doors to reveal special behind the scenes tours, rarely seen exhibits and one off…

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“Britain on Film: Black Britain” by the National Archives

Revealing new voices from across a century of vast and turbulent social change in the UK, Britain on Film: Black Britain is not just an important educative tool – offering audiences the chance to explore stories of migration, community and the struggle against inequality – but also an opportunity to celebrate vivid black British life and culture on screen.

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“10 Years of African Odysseys: Black Films and White Power”

Thursday 24th May 2018 6:30 PM – 8: 00 PM @ Harris Westminster Sixth, Steel House, 11 Tothill Street, London SW1H 9LH ’10 Years of African Odysseys’ – is a course that focuses on Black Films and White Power. It will present the best films, ideas, Q&A, talks, interviews, and knowledge of ten years of African/Caribbean…

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

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.

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