Black Women Hair Skin & Beauty 

Sunday 24th April 2-6pm 

Lost Theatre, 208 Wandsworth Road

Tickets £7.00 Box office  best to book in advance


Three films and discussion on the economic factors behind what is beautiful.

With evidence and testimony from South America, USA, Africa and England.

We show and debate who decides what is beautiful, the power of advertising, the history of imagery and how it affects adults and children in 2011

View video clip of previous event here















Gala Anniversary  Screening and Award Ceremony

Sat 1st October 2-5pm

BFI Southbank, Belvedere Road SE1

Tube: Waterloo

African Odysseys at the BFI

Menelik Shabazz's pioneering first feature was shot around the Notting Hill and Ladbroke Grove communities and has remained a landmark in British cinema. A film about transformation and identity, it is also a love story that traces the emotional and political growth of a young black couple in Thatcher's London, and the first British film to give a central voice to a black woman, charting her journey to emotional maturity, emancipation and political awakening. We celebrate 30 years of a film that is no less relevant today. We  will welcome special guests from the original cast, Menelik Shabbaz will take questions  and there will be a special presentation from Screen Nation to mark his outstanding career and the 30th anniversary of the film.

Check Screen Nations website for exciting news about their Special Film Awards event on the 16th October

2011 is the United Nations declared International Year for people of African descent. It is also the 30th anniversary of the New Cross fire, The Black Peoples Day of Action and the Brixton Uprisings