"A hugely special, rewarding documentary" **** The Guardian
Emmy winning filmmaker from Sierra Leone, Sorious Samura, has grown tired telling negative stories about Africa.
He embarks on a journey with his best friend, Sierra Leone's most famous playwright, Charlie Haffner, to create an epic work of national theatre - a play to reclaim their country from negative media narratives and the damaging legacy of colonial rule. It doesn't go as planned.
Friday 2 July - this screening will be followed by an in-person Q&A with Sorious Samura and the film's director, Clive Patterson.