Come and join us for Gentrification and Housing II. Free event at Deptford Cinema. We are going to screen some films, talk a lot and eat some food.
People are invited to drop by and write their opinion about Gentrification and Housing on the wall at the cinema...
1pm - 2:15pm - "A moving Image" screening
2:15pm - 3:15 pm of - Talk about the film
4:00pm - 5:30pm - HAGL discussion
7pm- 8:25pm- " Estate, a Reverie" screening
8:30pm - Q&A + Deptford Debates
and also drinks after!
A Moving Image(2016) 75min., drama film
directed by Shola Amoo
Nina, a young stifled artist, returns to her community after a long absence and is soon painted as a symbol of gentrification. As she struggles with her own complicity, she begins to create a piece of art that can bring her community together.
Estate, a Reverie (2015) 83 min., documentary
directed by Andrea Zimmerman
Filmed over seven years, Estate, a Reverie reveals and celebrates the resilience of residents who are profoundly overlooked by media representations and wider social responses. Interweaving intimate portraits with the residents' own historical re-enactments, landscape and architectural studies and dramatised scenes, Estate, a Reverie asks how we might resist being framed exclusively through class, gender, ability or disability, and even through geography…
This event is part of Deptford X Fringe Programme and it is a collaboration between Deptford Cinema, sixtyseven collective and Leith Late this year.
We have amazing partners such as HAGL, Deptford Debate and food will be provided by Deptford People Project. The event is FREE.