"“The story of the negro in America is the story of America, and it is not a pretty story”. Using Baldwin’s unfinished manuscript as a lens to view the history of civil rights and race relations in America, Raoul Peck (with narration from Samuel L) has created an uncompromising doc for anyone with the slightest moral interest in the human race."
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held at The Cube
on Tuesday 17th October. The event starts at 18:30.
Join us for an exciting evening of thought-provoking cinema and engaging discussions at the Conversations with Baldwin Film Club. This month, we will be screening the powerful documentary I Am Not Your Negro (2016), directed by Raoul Peck.
Date: Tuesday, October 17, 2023
Doors open 6:30 PM
Film starts 7pm
After the film, there will be a short break, and then we will regroup for our discussion in the cinema's seating area.
Location: The Cube Microplex, Dove Street South, Bristol, BS2 8NQ
Prepare to be moved by this captivating film that explores the life and work of renowned African-American writer and activist, James Baldwin. Through his powerful words and archival footage, the film delves into the complex history of race in America, raising important questions about identity, equality, and the ongoing struggle for justice.
After the screening, we will host a lively discussion where you can share your thoughts and insights with fellow film enthusiasts. Whether you're a fan of Baldwin's work or simply interested in exploring important social issues, this event promises to be an enlightening and engaging experience.
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations and connect with like-minded individuals. Mark your calendars and join us for the Conversations with Baldwin Film Club.
This event is part of Conversations with Baldwin, a festival celebrating the life and work of 20th-century author and activist James Baldwin. Conversations with Baldwin is produced by Words of Colour and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
For more information on the rest of the programme, visit: wordsofcolour.co.uk/conversations-with-baldwin