FREE Screening: Fatma 75 (15)

24 November 2018
18.00 - 19.30

Organiser: Watch Africa / Hub Cymru Africa

Location: Cardiff

See bottom of page for location details

Fatma 75 by Selma Baccar is a pioneering film from Tunisia: it is the first non-fiction film by a woman from Tunisia, a feminist essay-film, and the first in a series of powerful films about strong female figures in the country.

The film was made in the UN International Women's Year, 1975, and has long been recognised as one of the most important films from North Africa, but has never officially been seen before due to censorship. Curiously, it was only ever screened once, in the Netherlands.

Now, in collaboration with Quinta Gammarth in Tunis, AiM has restored and subtitled this rare gem, and is making it available to its international audiences!

To register for FREE, click here.

Address:
Temple of Peace, King Edward VII Avenue
Cathays Park
CARDIFF
Cardiff
CF10 3AP

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