A curated selection of films from across the world highlighting diversity and equality will screen in Derry~Londonderry as part of the Intercultural & Anti-Racism programme, with special screenings for schools.
Running from Friday 15 March to Sunday 29 March in Nerve Centre and Brunswick Moviebowl, the annual programme offers both schools and the general public an opportunity to explore issues such as racism, homophobia, sexism and discrimination through the medium of film.
Highlights for primary school students include screenings of classic Disney® films such as Up! and The Princess & the Frog. Also screening is the Oscar® nominated film Mary Poppins Returns, which sees the formidable nanny return to the grief stricken Banks family to help save the day.
Post-primary screenings include the Oscar® nominated features Green Book and First Man, the former of which tells the important true story of the unlikely friendship that developed between a black concert pianist and the New York bouncer hired to chauffeur him through the unfriendly territory of the Jim Crow American South.
To book contact the education co-ordinator Christopher Morrison on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 028 7126 0562.