With East Bristol Cinema
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‘Immersive, energetic and bold’. – Filmmaker Magazine
Afrika Eye Festival and East Bristol Cinema presents…Freedom Fields – an inspiring documentary from Libyan filmmaker Naziha Arebi.
FREEDOM FIELDS follows three women and their football team in post-revolution Libya, as the country descends into civil war and the utopian hopes of the Arab Spring begin to fade.
Through football, social change and female solidarity the film explores the team’s personal stories of love and aspiration colliding with the countries turbulent history.
A love letter to sisterhood and the power of ‘team’ – This screening is in celebration of the Easton Cowgirls Football team.
The screening will be at Easton Community Centre on Sunday 3rd November…
6pm – Doors / Bar / Samosas
6:30pm – Film
8:30pm – Talk
Tickets – from Headfirst or on the door at 6pm
– £5 general admission
– £4 concessions (Student, Under 25, Over 60, Unemployed, persons with a disability)
– £4 donate a ticket
– Refugees and asylum seekers free on the door
– No-one turned away due to lack of funds – if you would like to come but are financially unable to just message East Bristol Cinema on facebook and we will put your name on guest-list.
About The EventVenue: Easton Community Centre, Kilburn St, Bristol BS5 6AW
Date And Time: November 3, 2019 6:00 pm
Tickets: - £5 general admission - £4 concessions (Student, Under 25, Over 60, Unemployed, persons with a disability) - £4 donate a ticket - Refugees and asylum seekers free on the door - No-one turned away due to lack of funds - if you would like to come but are financially unable to just message East Bristol Cinema on facebook and we will put your name on guest-list.
About The FilmDirector: Naziha Arebi
Running Time: 97mins
Age Rating: PG