Black Cinema of the 1990s
Join the founding editors of this seminal black cinema magazine as they discuss the 90s.
The 1990s was a dynamic decade for black cinema worldwide, which represented a political identity as much as a diasporic one. These developments were captured in the seminal BFI publication The Black Film Bulletin. Founding editors June Givanni and Gaylene Gould invite past colleagues and collaborators to explore this important decade.
Joint ticket offer available with Tongues Untied on Sat 6 July £18, concs £15 (Members pay £2 less)
Speakers and programme:
Welcome and opening by June Givanni and Gaylene Gould
Discussion with director Gurinder Chadha and writer/producer Paul Mayeda Berges
Discussion with curator and writer Pervaiz Khan (Skype) and Head of Studies at London Film School Femi Kolade
Respondent: BFI’s Industry Inclusion Executive Melanie Hoyes
Discussion with producer Mahmood Jamal and director/producer Ahmed Jamal
Respondent: curator and writer Jemma Desai
Discussion with director Ruhul Amin and producer June Reid
Discussion with director/writer Alrick Riley, filmmaker Frances-Anne Solomon and producer Nadine Marsh-Edwards
Respondent: curator and writer Ashley Clark (Skype)