Film Africa, the annual London film festival celebrating the best African cinema from across the continent and diaspora, is here! Brought to you by Royal African Society, the 8th edition returns to screens across London with 39 films, from 15 African countries, 18 premieres, and special guests. Join us for 10 days of discovery, debate, live music, family fun, festival awards, parties, and more!
Date: 2 – 11 November 2018 Venues: BFI Southbank, Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Ritzy Cinema, Rich Mix and South London Gallery.
Full Programme: bit.ly/FA2018Programme
Watch the trailer!
Saturday 27 October 2018 2.00p.m. to 4.30p.m.
All members and perspective members are invited to join us for this year’s AGM followed by a round table discussion on Zimbabwe. The AGM opens for registration at 1.30p.m. and includes also the election of new officers for the Society.
3.15p.m. “What now for Zimbabwe” A post- election opinion .Speakers to be confirmed.
The NEW Venue for this year is three minutes walk from Liverpool Street Station and is next door to no.100 Bishopsgate:
St Ethelburga’s Church(Meeting Rooms),78 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AG
What Now for Zimbabwe
The next 2017 BZS Research day is on Saturday 17 June 2017 8.30a.m. to 5.30p.m. St Anthony’s College Oxford. It is run in partnership with the Oxford African Studies Centre. The subject “Staying Alive in Zimbabwe-Food,Land and Livelihoods. BZS_RD17_first announcement_updated 22Oct16
Mike Campbell Foundation – Zimbabwe: rising from the ruins? Tuesday 9th October from 7 – 9 pm (doors open at 6 .30 pm). Venue: Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR. Speakers include: Kate Hoey MP (Chair), Ben Freeth MBE, Fergal Keane OBE, Archbishop Sentamu, Chief Felix Ndiweni and Gift Konjana. To book, visit:https://event.bookitbee.com/18402/my-first-event-1347?preview=y