Screening of short films on Black experience outside of the USA:
- Beverley, 25:50
Beverley follows a mixed race girl’s struggle to carve out a sense of identity in a confusing, shifting cultural landscape – 1980 Leicester. A move from the decaying, poverty-stricken, urban environment to the relative comfort and theoretical safety of white suburbia does not provide the hope and opportunities Bev may have wished for.
- Short films by Collettivo N in Italy
Two films on racism by Amin Nour, member of the Black Italian film collective in Rome.
Story of a Black 20-year-old, Luca, from the Roman suburbs, who, with his fascist friends, spares no occasion to be violent and take it out on foreigners, despite his origins.
Guess Who I Bring You For Dinner, 11:45
Mohamed, a 25-year-old boy born in Rome, but of African descent, is on his way to meet his girlfriend’s family.
- Wakamba Forever, Kenya, 8:39
A witty comedy set in 1895 when Chief Masaku met McMillan, an emissary of the Queen of England.
Food at 4:30pm
Film at 5pm
Discussion with Aldane Walters, radio host of Feel Alright
& Marna Paintsil Anning, Community Organizer, will follow the screening.