Sat 14 March 2 to 5pm
British Film Institute (BFI) Southbank
Belvedere Road SE1
The African Odysseys film programme has screened rare African/Caribbean films at the British Film Institute on London's South Bank for the last 8 years. The films are sourced and selected by the African Caribbean Consultative group which is comprised of grassroots organisations like Black History Walks, with a history of pro-active Black film screenings. The BFI is the only cinema in the country to offer monthly screenings of African/Caribbbean films. The films are often complemented with talks, workshops and Q and A's. Join the Black History Walks mail list HERE for regular updates.
Next African Odysseys film 50 Years of Struggle Black British Civil Rights with Professor Gus John
Professor Gus John and Gary Younge on 50 years of African British people fighting for equality in education, housing, employment, religion,policing and health. Plus fantastic rare archive from their personal collections. Tickets now on sale (13.2.2015) 2000 people want 450 tickets. Do not delay !
Watch extract of Q&A here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNnSpWG1-RM