Launched to coincide with Black History Month, the Windrush Caribbean Film Festival (WCFF) is well under way.
If you missed any of the films and Q & A audience participation find our more here.
Set to become an annual fixture the WCFF is gaining momentum with a panel of experts discussing relevant issues around the films which deal with the poignant topics faced by the Afro-Caribbean communities in Britain.
The next series of screenings begin on 6th November with a wonderful line up of films, panel discussions and talkbacks:
November 6th 7pm – Our Stories
Alexander D Great’s Song Harold Philips and Lord Woodbine
Hard Stop followed by panel discussion with filmmaker George Aponsah and BAFTA and BIFA nominated writer producer director Dionne Walker
November 7th at 4.30 pm Race and Representation
Jamaican Men: A Collector’s Choice, Art Exhibition 2012
Iciline Brown, our Windrush Generation Story
The Story of Sam King MBE
These will be followed by a talkback session
November 7th at 7pm
Film Hero followed by a talkback session
November 8th at 2pm Windrush Women
November 8th at 4pm: Soon Gone Windrush Chronicles
November 8th at 7pm
Awards Ceremony and Festival Closing
Click the link herefor full details and to register