Film

Welcome II The Terrordome + Short

 
 
Tue, Mar 26, 2019
  • 7PM
 
 
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RUN TIME: 94min
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+  Introduction Triple Canopy contributor Derica Shields
 
 
 
 
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Introduction
Triple Canopy contributor Derica Shields

 
Welcome II The Terrordome

Dir. Ngozi Onwurah
With Suzette Llewellyn, Saffron Burrows, Felix Joseph
1995, 90min, Digital

 

The first film by a black woman to receive a theatrical release in the UK, this deeply disturbing, unsung Afrofuturist jolt imagines a sci-fi dystopia where black people have been confined to the slums of the Terrordome—a hotbed of racial unrest where the killing of a black boy by the police sets off an explosion of further violence. Creating an impressively-realized, centuries-spanning cosmology on a DIY budget, Nigerian-born director Ngozi Onwurah conjures a searing, strikingly original vision.

 
an entirely sincere, comprehensive and essential step by step guide to creating a film: the black london edition

Dir. Cecile Emeke
2018, 4min, Pro-Res

 

A scathingly satirical how-to guide for getting your black-directed film produced in a white-dominated industry.

 
 
 
 
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