Film Africa: Young Audiences Teachers' Evening - Haringey

Thursday, 23 February 2017 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Calling all Haringey Teachers!
 
Film Africa: Young Audiences programme
A Free Teachers’ Evening at Bernie Grant Arts Centre
 
Film Africa is the Royal African Society’s annual festival celebrating the best African cinema from across the continent and the diaspora.
 
This year, we are proud to be launching Film Africa Young Audiences: an educational programme of screenings of features films, animation and documentaries by film-makers from Africa and the African diaspora for primary schools, secondary schools, university students and youth groups.
 
Join us for refreshments and a presentation of the year’s programme:
  • Films to engage, inspire and educate
  • Workshops to enhance learning, guide discussion and deepen understanding
  • Resources to extend thinking, spark questioning and support writing

As our guests you will also have the opportunity to:

  • Make priority bookings for screenings on behalf of your school
  • Have a guided tour of the Bernie Grant Arts Centre.
  • Join the Royal African Society Education network for further CPD opportunities and schools workshops.
We believe that film is a key cultural tool to engage, inspire and educate children, young people and their teachers. We celebrate the diversity of the African continent through cinema and aim to make the rich tapestry of African peoples, cultures and experiences more visible to young learners.
 
If you have any questions please contact the RAS Education Programme Manager Joanna Brown at ras_education@soas.ac.uk.
 
Guests are invited to stay on for a screening of He Named Me Malala at 7pm at the discounted price of £5.
 
 
About
 
Designed by award winning architect David Adjaye, the Bernie Grant Arts Centre is a multipurpose centre for the arts, including a 270 seat theatre, 70 seat mezzanine performance space, studio/rehearsal space, café/bar, and the Cinema Hub which shows films every week from Thursday to Sunday. The Centre bears the name of Tottenham’s late legendary MP Bernie Grant (1944 - 2000), whose vision for a fairer Britain and a fairer world inspired the creation of this space as a tribute to his work.
 
Programme supported by Film Hub London, managed by Film London. Proud to be a partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, fundedby the National Lottery www.filmlondon.org.uk/filmhub.

 

Calling all Haringey Teachers!
 
Film Africa: Young Audiences programme
A Free Teachers’ Evening at Bernie Grant Arts Centre
 
Film Africa is the Royal African Society’s annual festival celebrating the best African cinema from across the continent and the diaspora.
 
This year, we are proud to be launching Film Africa Young Audiences: an educational programme of screenings of features films, animation and documentaries by film-makers from Africa and the African diaspora for primary schools, secondary schools, university students and youth groups.
 
Join us for refreshments and a presentation of the year’s programme:
  • Films to engage, inspire and educate
  • Workshops to enhance learning, guide discussion and deepen understanding
  • Resources to extend thinking, spark questioning and support writing

As our guests you will also have the opportunity to:

  • Make priority bookings for screenings on behalf of your school
  • Have a guided tour of the Bernie Grant Arts Centre.
  • Join the Royal African Society Education network for further CPD opportunities and schools workshops.
We believe that film is a key cultural tool to engage, inspire and educate children, young people and their teachers. We celebrate the diversity of the African continent through cinema and aim to make the rich tapestry of African peoples, cultures and experiences more visible to young learners.
 
If you have any questions please contact the RAS Education Programme Manager Joanna Brown at ras_education@soas.ac.uk.
 
Guests are invited to stay on for a screening of He Named Me Malala at 7pm at the discounted price of £5.
 
 
About
 
Designed by award winning architect David Adjaye, the Bernie Grant Arts Centre is a multipurpose centre for the arts, including a 270 seat theatre, 70 seat mezzanine performance space, studio/rehearsal space, café/bar, and the Cinema Hub which shows films every week from Thursday to Sunday. The Centre bears the name of Tottenham’s late legendary MP Bernie Grant (1944 - 2000), whose vision for a fairer Britain and a fairer world inspired the creation of this space as a tribute to his work.
 
Programme supported by Film Hub London, managed by Film London. Proud to be a partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, fundedby the National Lottery www.filmlondon.org.uk/filmhub.