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ON THE FRONTLINE
Photographic Exhibition

November 8, 2016 at 12:00 pm - November 13, 2016 at 7:00 pm
PRSC,
35 Jamaica Street
Bristol, BS2 8JP United Kingdom
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Extraordinary, immersive, painful and exhilarating, Ingrid Sinclair, Simon Bright and Deborah Weinreb curate a photographic exhibition and film of hidden history. There is also a Launch & Talk by Ingrid Sinclair for this event

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11:00 am

Colours of the Alphabet
Film screening & Director’s Q&A

November 13, 2016 at 11:00 am
Watershed,
1 Canons Road
Bristol, BS1 5TX United Kingdom
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Colours of the Alphabet is an African version of the beautiful Etre et Avoir. This bittersweet documentary follows three Zambian children through their first year of school. In the most basic of rural classrooms the children speak several mutually incomprehensible languages, the teacher another, and together they must embrace the country’s official language, English. Underlying

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WHO AM I?: PORTRAITS OF YOUNG LEADERS
School Workshops and Film

November 13, 2016 at 11:00 am
Watershed,
1 Canons Road
Bristol, BS1 5TX United Kingdom
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Local filmmakers Rob Mitchell and Dr Shawn Sobers work with students from Hannah More Primary School to explore what it is to be a young leader. A trip to City Hall to meet Bristol’s mayor and councillors will spark a series of workshops where the children construct self-portraits through photography, drawings, text, music and words.

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1:00 pm

Manenberg
Screening & Q&A

November 13, 2016 at 1:00 pm
Watershed,
1 Canons Road
Bristol, BS1 5TX United Kingdom
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Manenberg is a coming-of-age story about two young mixed-race men struggling to make sense of life in the rubble of a post-apartheid South African township. A suburb outside Cape Town, Manenberg was built under the apartheid regime to house ‘coloured’ (mixed-race) families on low incomes. Today it is a ghetto, worn-down and overpopulated, with enormous

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3:15 pm

They Will Have to Kill Us First
Screening + Producer’s Q&A

November 13, 2016 at 3:15 pm
Watershed,
1 Canons Road
Bristol, BS1 5TX United Kingdom
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After taking control of Northern Mali in 2012, Islamist extremists implemented a law banning all forms of music, effectively cutting off the lifeblood of Malian culture. Radio stations were demolished, instruments destroyed and musicians faced torture, exile or death. They Will Have to Kill Us First spotlights those who refuse lay down their instruments and

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6:15 pm

As I Open My Eyes
Intro & Screening

November 13, 2016 at 6:15 pm
Watershed,
1 Canons Road
Bristol, BS1 5TX United Kingdom
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Tradition jars with modernity in Leyla Bouzid’s debut feature As I Open My Eyes. This musically-charged French-Tunisian film, set at the dawn of the Arab Spring, follows a young woman as she navigates family, culture and social ideals in contemporary Tunis. For 18 year-old Farah, music transcends culture and language, and her passion for life

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