02 October 2010

Free films at the Brixton Reel film festival 6 - 8 October 2010

NHS Lambeth are screening a series of exciting and thoughtful new films that explore mental wellbeing and the experiences of African and African-Caribbean communities.

The programme includes the preview screening of the multi-award winning US film Mississippi Damned , which explores an African American family coming to terms with poverty, physical and sexual abuse and a young woman’s struggle to overcome the odds to make a better future. Also on show is a special screening of the classic black British film, Pressure, and the premiere of the Brixton produced film Karma.



 Programme
  • Fanon Express, Wednesday 6 October at the Fanon Resource Centre, Lambeth, screenings from 2pm.
  • The multi-award winning US film Mississippi Damned, Thursday 7 October at the Ritzy Cinema, Brixton, 6.15pm.
  • Pressure, Friday 8 October at St Martins Community Centre, Tulse Hill, 2pm
  • Karma, Friday 8 October at St Martins Community Centre, Tulse Hill, 2pm.
Further information is on the NHS Lambeth website