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 IBW (Images of Black Women) Film Festival will take place 3rd May to 11th May. We are very proud to be back with a bigger festival, spread across 5 London venues, plus an Art exhibition with a focus on women’s experience and representation in film and art.

                  Full Press- Release -- Online Programme --  pdf Programme


*To mark its 9th anniversary IBW Film Festival will host a 9-day festival, instead of its usual 3 days. To deliver this year’s rich programme the festival is co-presented by the Tricycle Cinema, Ciné Lumière, the Africa Centre, Peckham Plex and the BFI Southbank.


*Festivities will start at the Tricycle Cinema with the UK premiere of MIDDLE OF NOWHERE (USA) starring British Actor David Oyelowo & winner of Sundance Best Director 2012 for Ava DuVernay, the first black female recipient of this prestigious award.


*Another must see US film is PARIAH by Dee Rees produced by Spike Lee. Its leading actress Adepero Oduye was praised by Meryl Streep, during her acceptance speech for Best Actress at the Golden Globe 2012 for her performance in Pariah as a young teenager affirming her sexual identity.

 

*Finally IBW is expanding its vision by adding a free Art exhibition FEMININE EXPRESSIONS & REPRESENTATION that provides   a platform for female artists to express their creativity. The exhibition will showcase selected photographs and paintings from Fiona Campton, Shay Crozier and Frederique Rapier.

                                           

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IBW (Images of Black Women) Film Festival taking place from 13 April to 15 April at The Tricycle Theatre, London is very excited to celebrate black female filmmakers and the diversity of the Diaspora Cinema. In its 8th year, the festival serves as advocate for “cinematic justice” for the black woman, too often absent, mute and stereotypically represented on the big screen. 

 

IBW offers a platform that stimulates change, promotes and encourages individual and collective initiative in filmmaking and audience experience. Featured films are from USGuadeloupe, UK-Zambia, ZimbabweUK-Jamaica,Nigeria

 

See Full Programme  - (http://tiny.cc/tqehbw)

 

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