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Film: Strange Fruit – Thurs 27th July 8pm

Strange Fruit, is a short documentary titled after Billie Holidays iconic song of the same name, is about lynching in the United States, focusing on several cases that occurred between 1900 to 1950. The film which is a documentary/visual essay looks closely at what caused the lynching, what violent acts took place in detail and the […]

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Muxima Screens: Crumb – Sun 2nd Oct, 6pm

Muxima Screens is back on the first Sunday of the month. Each month we will be screening an art documentary as a part of laid back Sunday’s. Join us on Sunday 2nd October at 6pm for the screening of Crumb directed by Terry Zwigoff. This movie chronicles the life and times of R. Crumb. Robert […]

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Muxima Screens: Beautiful Losers (art & music) – 7th August

Join us on Sunday 7th August at 6pm for the screening of Beautiful Losers (Art & Music). Filmmaker Aaron Rose celebrates the independent spirit of D.I.Y. (do-it-yourself) culture in this documentary detailing how a group of like-minded American artists emerged from the underground in the early 1990s. Storyline The greatest cultural accomplishments in history have […]

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Colombian Indigenous Films, 22nd May

Sunday 22nd May, 6pm Carrying on from the celebrations of Birbeck Arts Week we present an evening two films from the festival of Colombian filmmaking, introduced by their organiser Agata Lulkowska. Nabusímake: Memories of Independence dir: Amado Villafaña In a very personal journey film-maker Amado Villafaña and his children re-discover the tragic history of their […]

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Muxima Screens: When we were Kings, 3rd April

Muxima Screens is back on the first Sunday of the month.  On Sunday 3rd April we will be screening: When we are Kings (about Mohamed Ali) Believe the hype. This much-praised documentary about one of the most famous boxing matches in history deserves every one of its accolades. Blending sports drama and biography with a […]

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