Today Friday 19th April – Kush Films is Back & Presents a Special Film Screening & Discussion Event with Guest Panel!

Kush Films Supporting Community Organisations 100 Black Men of London & Father2Father Presents a Special Talk, Fundraiser and Film-Screening Event Celebrating Black Fatherhood and those making a significant contribution to their Community and upholding the Black Family tradition contrary to media reports.

Black Father’s Rising

Friday 19th April 2019
(7.00pm – 12.30pm)

 Watch the powerful Oscar-winning film FENCES (12A)

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The screening will be followed by a special Panel Discussion with guest representatives of 100 BMOL, Father2Father & Davis Williams of the inspiring young boys Manhood Academy and socially conscious filmmaker Leon Oldstrong recently seen on TV talking about his revealing #KnifeCrime short film ‘That’s Not Ours’.

Tickets: £10.00 – book here.

Whirled Cinema, 259 Hardess Street, London, SE24 0HN
(off Herne Hill Rd and down side-alley on Hardess St.
Tube: Brixton / Buses: P4, 345, 35, 45
Train: Loughborough Junction (1 min walk)
(Trains from Kings Cross Int to Sutton or to St Albans train from South London)

After the film and talk there will be light music & networking until late.

EVENT SCHEDULE:
7.00pm: Doors
7.00pm – 7.55pm: Networking
8.00pm: Introductions
8.20pm: Film
10.40pm: Panel Discussion
11.30pm: Light music and drinks in bar
12.30pm: close.

Find 100 Black Men Of London on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, as well as their official website.

Father2Father can be found on Facebook, and their official website.
 
Find Manhood Academy on their official website, and Instagram.

Find Kush Films online on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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