Screening and discussion
A screening of two films directed by Manuel Faria de Almeida:
Catembe Seven Days in Lorenzo Marques (1965), which was made in Mozambique and was banned for its anti-colonial message, and Streets of Early Sorrow (1963), which was shot in London in response to the Sharpeville Massacre.
The screening is followed by a discussion between Maria do Carmo Piçarra and Ros Gray.
This is part of an ongoing programme in which Iniva investigates radical film practice in association with the Otolith Group and with the support of the Department of Art, Goldsmiths College.
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