BFI shorts at Leeds Industrial Museum
Sun, 19 Sept | Armley

BFI shorts at Leeds Industrial Museum

These beautiful films explore universal themes of the adult world of migration, belonging and communities, through the eyes of children. They range from an exploration of the barriers in ballet, Windrush arrival in post war London and the significance of culture to our identity.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

19 Sept, 15:00 – 16:00
Armley, Canal Rd, Armley, Leeds LS12 2QF, UK

About The Event

Enjoy a very special screening in the little known Heritage Cinema nestled in the Leeds Industrial Museum.

This event is supported by The Black Cinema Project who have selected four BFI shorts for screening.

Although not centred in Leeds, these beautiful films explore universal themes of the adult world of migration, belonging and communities, through the eyes of children. They range from an exploration of the barriers in ballet, Windrush arrival in post war London and the significance of culture to our identity.

Choose from two scheduled screenings, the event is repeated on September 19th. The event is free of charge with purchase of museum ticket.

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