BFI presents Bacchanal: the World of Horace Ové

Join the BFI for a day of talks and rare film screenings exploring the inspiration and influence of legendary filmmaker-photographer-director Horace Ové. Guests include Kevin Le Gendre, author of Don’t Stop The Carnival, Black Music in Britain, June Givanni of the Pan African Cinema Archive, Kunle Olulode, Voice4Change and more to be announced. They will also have a screening of Dream to Change the World – a Tribute to John La Rose (2003) and a panel discussion on black culture and its connection to activism today. The day will end with a screening of Street Art (1984), Ové’s portrait of 80s London’s street culture. When: Saturday 20 July 2019 12:00
Tickets £6.50
Programme:
12:00 Welcome by David Somerset
12:10 Kevin Le Gendre
13:00-13:30 Comfort break
13:30 June Givanni (illustrated talk + 15min questions)
14:45 Break
15:00 Dream to Change the World
16:05 Comfort break
16:15 Street Art with intro by Kunle Olulode
17:10 Panel with Kunle Olulode and young artists/activists

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