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Brixton Community Cinema Film Night
WED 31 JUL 2024, 6.30-9PM

People enjoying a film being watched outside

Courtesy Brixton Community Cinema

£10 / £5 MEMBERS / £5 CONCESSIONS

Join us for a night of films programmed by Brixton Community Cinema exploring spirituality and ecology.

Following the screenings will be a sharing circle and space for small plant-based bites catered by Garden of Afruika.

Doors open at 6pm, film screenings begin at 6.30pm.

ABOUT Brixton Community Cinema

Brixton Community Cinema is a pop-up cinema, intended to bring affordable international and independent film to a community who face uneven access to arts institutions. The cinema screens a range of films across genre and format which foreground subaltern voices and experiences and showcase the breadth of experimental approaches to using film as a medium of expression and protest.

The BCC aims to explore ways to minimise both the financial and non-financial barriers to cinema-going.

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ABOUT EM—DASH

Em—Dash is a South East London based studio + press with an emphasis on self-publishing. We make our own zines, and take on commissions to design, print and assemble publications. We run workshops to share ideas, skills and facilitate collective making. Em—Dash is operated by Aarushi Matiyani + Saundra Liemantoro.

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ABOUT GARDEN OF AFRUIKA

GOA was birthed out of a desire to re-establish the importance of food and community. GOA is fully plant based and they run restaurant pop-ups, as well as a free community cooking club.
 

“Our ultimate goal for GOA is to have a physical, multi-purpose space which welcomes in our community to celebrate, reflect on and push forward different aspects of our culture – with food always being at the centre”. 

“Food – more specifically sub saharan African/ Caribbean foods are my passion. I see food through a pan-African lens and recognise the similarities, as well as the differences in foods across the African diaspora. Growing up in a household where my dinner could consist of nkatenkwan with  rice & peas, I have always been privy to the cohesiveness of our foods and this is what I have always had the desire to highlight.”
– Eyram, founder of GOA

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ACCESS

  • If you would like to attend this event but the ticket price is a limitation please get in touch as we have reserved a number of free tickets for low-income individuals. Contact us at: adoudu@southlondongallery.org
  • No age limit
  • The room will be dark 
  • Cushions and yoga mats will be provided to sit on
  • Wheelchair access and accessible toilets are available at this site.
  • Please contact adoudu@southlondongallery.org with any additional access requirements or questions.