Film screening of the documentary Black Bauhinia, with a Q&A with the director. Two young Hong Kong activists reflect on their resistance against China, are forced to decide between long-term imprisonment and refugee camps for a life in exile, while their movement inspires mass protests in the city they love. (IMDb) 27 November 2022  |  […]

Eroteme team up with Chilean archival collective, MUCAM & Mississippi records to present a night of film, music and talks exploring the Chilean folkloric tradition — Canto a lo divino. Canto a lo divino – collective musical memory from Chile Canto a lo divino is a unique musical expression of the Chilean peasant world. It […]

A Screening of a new film by Jacob Cartwright, inspired by Joel Smith’s Existentialism: A Philosophical Inquiry. The event will include a discussion of the relevance of existential philosophical themes in the Twenty-First Century, led by Joel Smith, and a Q&A with the film-maker. More information to follow. Register here.

The Burgess Foundation has a rolling programme of public exhibitions highlighting the life and work of Anthony Burgess. Because visiting exhibitions has been a little difficult of late, we have expanded our exhibition programme to become fully browsable online. Delve into a world of Anthony Burgess below. Please note: this event page has a date […]

A Black Pride_MCR Film screening of STONEWALL and MONICA – LOOSE ON A CRUISE. Stonewall (Dir Nigel Finch/UK 1995/99 mins) The street riots fought between gay activists and the police around Stonewall Bar in New York 1969 are seen from the point of view of La Miranda Querides, a Puerto Rican drag queen, her lover […]

Come experience 2 days of amazing, unique, and previously un-seen films by American expats and American filmmakers working abroad! Friday’s 5:15pm screening is The Uncondemned (2015), “recounts the 1997 trial of Jean Paul Akayesu for his alleged knowledge of the rapes and other war crimes during the Rwandan Genocide. The film features three women, speaking […]

Come experience 2 days of amazing, unique, and previously un-seen films by American expats and American filmmakers working abroad! Friday’s 5:15pm screening is The Uncondemned (2015), “recounts the 1997 trial of Jean Paul Akayesu for his alleged knowledge of the rapes and other war crimes during the Rwandan Genocide. The film features three women, speaking […]

Come experience 2 days of amazing, unique, and previously un-seen films by American expats and American filmmakers working abroad! Friday’s 5:15pm screening is The Uncondemned (2015), “recounts the 1997 trial of Jean Paul Akayesu for his alleged knowledge of the rapes and other war crimes during the Rwandan Genocide. The film features three women, speaking […]

Come experience 2 days of amazing, unique, and previously un-seen films by American expats and American filmmakers working abroad! Friday’s 5:15pm screening is The Uncondemned (2015), “recounts the 1997 trial of Jean Paul Akayesu for his alleged knowledge of the rapes and other war crimes during the Rwandan Genocide. The film features three women, speaking […]

Film Screening: Double Serum Timeless Classic by Desireworks Films Directed by Howard Walmsley Produced by Giulia Mattei Duration: 27 minutes Manchester-based film collective Desireworks UK presents Double Serum Timeless Classic.  The film dissects the promises offered in the promotion of beauty products and the curious intersection of science and magic they suggest, where text can be […]