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BCC "Go See" IBW Film Festival

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Images of Black Women Film Festival

3rd-11th May 2013

One of the events of the year. Highly anticipated and well worth attending.

9 years, 9 days marks the expansion of IBW (IMAGES OF BLACK WOMEN) FILM FESTIVAL across London as well as its constant presence to promote race and gender equality in film & society as a whole by shining the spot light on black women who suffer both race & gender inequality in front and behind the camera.

BCC Hotpick - Showing at Tricycle Theatre

Middle Of Nowhere:(UK Premier)

8:15pm - 10:30pm | £9.50
Directed by: by Ava DuVernay - Drama, 97min, USA, 2012 - 12A
A steadfast wife gets propelled in a new and shocking directions of self-discovery - caught between two worlds and two men in the search for herself.
Starring: Emayatzy Corinealdi, David Oyelowo & Omari Hardwick followed by Q&A guests to be announced

Tricycle Theatre | Cine Lumiere (http://www.imagesofblackwomen.com/2013/programme.html#cine) | The Africa Centre (http://www.imagesofblackwomen.com/2013/programme.html#africacentre) | Peckham Plex (http://www.imagesofblackwomen.com/2013/programme.html#peckham) | BFI Southbank (http://www.imagesofblackwomen.com/2013/programme.html#bfi)

Anyone hoping to meet-up as BCC member grouping please raise interest on page chat facility.

• The festival takes place at various venues starting 3rd May to 11th May. Spread across 5 London venues, plus an Art exhibition with a focusing on women’s experience and representation in film and art.

• To mark its 9th anniversary IBW Film Festival will host a 9-day festival, instead of its usual 3 days. To deliver this year’s rich programme the festival is co-presented by the Tricycle Cinema, Ciné Lumière, the Africa Centre, Peckham Plex and the BFI Southbank.

FULL FESTIVAL PROGRAMME:
• UK Premieres by female filmmakers
• Free Art Exhibition: "Feminine Expressions &
Representations"
• Films highlighting black actresses contribution
• Films exploring youth culture
• A special Screening putting Haiti back on the agenda
• Workshops including a kids workshop
• Networking events

At the time of this posting IBW's e-programme link was not functioning. You are therefore advised to Keep up with postings on their IBW Facebook page for special guests appearance & festival special offers & admission prices.
http://www.facebook.com/IBW.FilmFestival.UK