Time Is Now Programme at Nottingham Contemporary

‘The Time Is Now’ was a programme curated by June Givanni Pan African Archive in support of with ‘The Place Is here’ exhibition at the Nottingham Contemporary over the same period.  The structure of the programme was made up of three film screening events between 4th February 2017 to 25th March 2017 reflecting stories of the 1980s with some contemporary reflections through the lens of Black and Asians filmmakers.  All three film screening events included a Q&A with filmmakers

The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary 4 February – 30 April 2017

On Friday 4th February 2017, Nottingham Contemporary opened its doors to the public for their first major exhibition of the year called ‘The Place is Here’. The exhibition explores the pivotal decade for culture and politics of the 1980s with responses from the Black Arts Movement in Britain. Each of the 4 rooms exhibited and projected the work made and conversations which took place  during this period from the perspectives of writers, artists, collectives, photographers and more. Artists include:

Talking History: C.L.R. James and E.P. Thompson December 7, 2016 – Film Screening

June Givanni Pan African Archive programmed its first collaborative film screening with Mayday Rooms on December 7 2016. The film shown at Mayday Room’s screening space was H.O. Nazareth’s ‘Talking Histories’. In the year 1983 H.O. Nazareth of Penumbra Productions, directed and produced, a film conversation between two Marxist historians: the Trinidadian playwright C. L. R. James and E. P. Thompson on topics ranging from popular politics in the United Kingdom, new freedom movements and revolutions in the Middle
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JGPACA Summer Screenings at Stockwell Park Community Centre

Central Saint Martins Students, Mate Masie: Conversations In Blue

June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive

You Hide Me Still : 50 Years On Webinar Series