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Opening Night: Nation on Fire: Roundtable Discussion with the New Black Panthers

FoR18

FRAMES of REPRESENTATION (FoR), now in its fourth edition, continues to be a showcase for the cinema of the real, investigating the political and aesthetic approaches at its core. 

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Opening Night: Nation on Fire: Roundtable Discussion with the New Black Panthers

  • ICA, The Mall London SW1Y 5AH United Kingdom (map)

Opening Night: Nation on Fire: Roundtable Discussion with the New Black Panthers

Members of the New Black Panther Party will be joined in conversation by Roberto Minervini, who worked with members of the political group on his film What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?, featured in this year’s FoR.

Along with other guest speakers, to be announced closer to the date, the discussion will cover current day racial politics in the US and the historical and contemporary iterations of the Black Panther movement. By adopting a roundtable format, the dialogue will attempt to deinstitutionalise historical narratives of oppression and exploitation. The conversation will also address themes explored in What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?, including life in black communities in the American South under the long shadow of Hurricane Katrina.

Join us for the World Premiere of Roberto Minervini‘s director's cut of What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?

Meet the director after the Q&A at the FoR 2019 Opening Night Party in the ICA Nash and Brandon Rooms.

Source: https://ica.art/films/for19/opening-night-nation-on-fire-roundtable-discussion-with-the-new-black-panthers#