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Next Screening: Sunday 8 February 2015 Screening, 10.20 for 11am THE GREAT BOOK ROBBERY Benny Brunner, Netherlands 2012 , Hebrew/Arabic with EST, 57 mins 70,000 Palestinian books were systematically ‘collected’ by the newborn state of Israel during the 1948 war. The story of the books is at the heart of this film. Was the appropriation of […]
Wadjda, the first film made by a female Saudi filmmaker, is the story of a spirited young girl living in a suburb of Riyadh. Wadjda (Waad Mohammed) is determined to buy a bike so she can race against her friend Abdullah. But in conservative Riyadh we are told, girls do not ride bikes; they are […]
In support of Afem 2014 (details here : http://afem2014.wordpress.com/) and Food Not Bombs – London, SASS is hosting a night of films about revolutionary women and feminist movements!
Pride is a film set in the Miners’ Strike telling the true story of the Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners group who fought prejudice and the class the struggle. Having been to a preview screening I can tell you that I pretty much cried from the beginning to the end of this film. Not […]
Hidden Colors 3: The Rules of Racism (Tottenham, North London) Black History Studies Limited Friday, 8 August from 7 pm Cost £7 (can book via eventbrite) ‘Hidden Colors 3: The Rules Of Racism’ is the third instalment of the critically acclaimed documentary series Hidden Colors 1 and 2. To purchase Hidden Colors 1 and 2, […]
HIC is a not-for-profit community film club organised and run by Haringey residents. It’s usually held on the last Thursday of the month at West Green Learning Centre on West Green Road. Doors open at 7pm. Everyone welcome! Haringey Independent Cinema presents… King and Country As with several British films made in the realist period of the […]