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Screening of Mugabe and the White African 26th Aug

From: Keziah M.
Sent on: Thursday, August 19, 2010 8:47 PM
Hi Everyone,
 
Just forwarding you all a message I received from Kate who is promoting this screening. I haven't made this an official meetup but can I suggest using the message board if a few of you would like to go together?
 
http://www.meetup.com/FilmsThatMatter/messages/boards/
 
 
Best wishes,
 
Keziah
 

> What Kate wrote:
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
> Dear Documentary Addicts,
>
> I am hosting a screening of MUGABE AND THE WHITE AFRICAN + a
> Q&A with director Lucy Bailey next week on August 26 at 7.30 at
> Rich Mix Cinema.
>
> This is an awe inspiring film on all levels : the brutality of
> the Mugabe regime seen almost first hand, the risks taken by
> the land owners, and also remarkably the risks taken by the
> filmmakers.
>
> This is a great opportunity to network - learn about feature
> documentary making, filming in a difficult environment, hear
> more about Mugabe's regime and also meet new up and coming
> talent.
>
> Tickets are ?8.50 and can be booked directly on
> http://www.richmix.org.uk/urban-screen_mugabe.htm
> or by calling[masked] 7498.
>
> We will also be showing short films ;
>
> PHYSICAL EDUCATION by Rohan Green- winner of the Film London
> Best of Borough Audience Award 2010.
> Tells the story of an Olympic candidate suffering bullying at
> her school.
>
> FRESH OFF THE BOAT by Femi Oyeniran. Well known for his roles
> in Adulthood and Kidulthood this is his directorial debut. It
> tells the story of a young Nigerian boy moving to London to be
> with his mum. The changes bring many challenges. Funny and
> quirky.
>
> Is this something you could email your members about?
>
> Many thanks
>
> Kate Herron
> The Screen Community
> www.TheScreen.Biz & Urban Screen
> Tel :[masked]
> ----------------------------------------------------------------


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