Cinema

Black Power: From Africa to America

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Music Is The Weapon

Documentary by Stéphane Tchalgadjieff et Jean-Jacques Flori

1982, 53 minutes

Thursday 30 August - 7:30pm

A documentary on Fela Anikulapo Kuti, King of Afrobeat, mixing interviews, live concerts from Shrine – his club from Lagos – and footages of his residence: the Kalakuta Republic.
Film projection will be introduced by Femi Kuti.

Django Unchained

Film by Quentin Tarantino

2012 (prohibited for minors under age 12), 165 minutes

Saturday 1 September - 10:15am

Off-the-chain Tarantino: a freed slave and bounty hunter team up in a staggering western where the exploited finally have the chance to take revenge on their masters.

I am not your negro

Documentary by Raoul Peck

2016, 93 minutes

Sunday 2 September - 10:15am

Through James Baldwin’s work, this documentary looks back at the social and political struggles of African-Americans in the past decades.

Bamako

Film by Abderrahmane Sissako

2006, 115 minutes

Saturday 8 September - 10:15am

Representatives of African civil society have brought a lawsuit against the World Bank and the IMF, whom they blame for the crisis gripping Africa.

Black Power mixtape

Documentary by Göran Hugo Olsson

2011, 100 minutes

Sunday 9 September - 10:15am

Documentary on the Black Power movement from 1967 to 1975, with a combination of music and news coverage.