Windrush: The Black Experience in the UK

  • 259 mins

We’re putting a spotlight on films showcasing the black experience in the UK. On Saturday, June 22, don’t miss out on:

2 pm  Burning an Illusion  (100 min)

4:00 pm  Hanging Out: Youth Culture Then and Now– (55min)

5:30 pm  No Shade – (104min)


You can buy a Windrush pass and watch all three films for $20

In this program

Burning An Illusion

Directed by Menelik Shabaz

The illusions being burnt are those of Pat Williams (Cassie McFarlane), an attractive 22-year old Black girl with a steady clerical job, her own little flat in West London, and the aim of settling down to a comfortable lower-middle class married life with Mr. Right.

Hanging Out: Youth Culture Then and Now

Directed by Lorna Holder, Yvonne Deutschman

“HANGING OUT” is a 50-minute documentary about diversity in youth culture in London in the 1950s, 1960s and today. It features a multi-cultural view on how youth culture has manifested itself in the London boroughs of Lambeth…

No Shade

Directed by Clare Anyiam-Osigwe

Told through the prism of love, relationships, dating and marriage, No Shade provides a raw perspective on the issue of colourism and what happens when looking for love in the right place, goes wrong. No Shade explores the hardships of the modern dating world through the…

Dates & Times
Facets Cinématique

Sat, Jun 22
2:00 pm