Speakers: Ahmed Peerbux and Sean Hanif Whyte (film makers)
Date: Friday 10 March 2017
Time: 20:30 - 22:30
Venue: Stratford East Picturehouse, Salway Road, London E15 1BX
Tickets: £5.00 + booking fee - Click here to book your place
The City Circle is proud to present InteGreat Britain: a season of independent British documentaries all based around the themes of identity, race, immigration and integration. Come join us at the Stratford Picturehouse throughout the month of March as we plunge ourselves into some of these long-standing issues.
A new documentary film, telling the very British story of a ragtag bunch of white hippies, a committed group of black activists and their journey to Islam via psychedelics and a quest for social change.
The film screening will be followed by a Q&A with the documentary filmmakers Ahmed Peerbux and Sean Hanif Whyte.
Please note that this is a ticketed event: tickets are only available online in advance, so please book your place through Eventbrite.
InteGreat Britain is a film season being presented by City Circle to help explore answers to some of these questions:
- Why did our families choose to come here?
- What did they come to achieve?
- Did they envisage making Britain a permanent home or a temporary settlement?
- Have we played any role in helping to make Britain great?
- Have our contributions been positive or negative?
- What does it actually mean to be British?
- Why are we hated by so many? Why don’t they want us here?
You may also be interested in our other two film screenings:
- The road: A story of life and death - Thursday 16 March 2017
- All white in Barking - Thursday 23 March 2017
Advance booking only. Tickets are not refundable. Please arrive promptly – screenings will start 10-15 minutes after the opening time, and there will be no entry after the film has begun. If you have any questions, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.