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New Meetup: The End of Poverty Screening/ Ideas Factory #1 - BOOK NOW!!!

From: Keziah M.
Sent on: Sunday, November 29, 2009 7:17 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Documentary Addicts: Films That Matter Group!

What: The End of Poverty Screening/ Ideas Factory #1 - BOOK NOW!!!

When: December 12,[masked]:00 PM

Where:
BFI Southbank
Belvedere Road South Bank, SE1 8XT
London

Hello Everybody!

I really like Deb's suggestion to see this film, so this will be our next meetup!

I thought since it's a Saturday afternoon, some of you may have a little time for a chat before/after about their own projects or potential group projects. So I shall be in the BFI Benugo bar upstairs from 1pm with my lovely yellow badge on for those who would like to join! Film starts at 2pm.


Little about the film: (more infor at )

French film producer, Philippe Diaz's award-winning polemic asks why, in a world where there is so much wealth, we still have so much poverty. The media bombard us with images of famine but rarely explore the cause. Tracing colonial history and incorporating a mass of historical detail through a range of speakers, it challenges a system in which one person's comfort depends on another's misery. The film will be followed by a panel discussion.

This film was selected in conjunction with the African Caribbean Consultative Committee.
Panel discussion chaired by Colin Prescod, chair of Institute of Race Relations / Race and Class.
Tickets ?6.40
Book here (I suggest you do it NOW!) as most tickets have sold already!:



Learn more here:
http://www.meetup.com/FilmsThatMatter/calendar/11974449/

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