Deaf Conversations About Cinema: Alma's Rainbow
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Deaf Conversations About Cinema: Alma's Rainbow

Restored & Rediscovered


Thu 25 July 19:30

Café & Bar, Watershed

This is a free event, no booking necessary.

We are delighted to be hosting a special Deaf Conversations About Cinema event as part of this year’s Cinema Rediscovered.

Join us at the 17:40 screening of Alma’s Rainbow on Thu 25 July which will feature Descriptive Subtitles, as well as a BSL-interpreted introduction by film critic Nathan Hardie and a short performance and poet, cultural producer, and writer Muneera Pilgrim.

This will be followed at 19:30 by a post-screening discussion in the Café & Bar with Nathan and audience members.

You’ll receive 10% off drinks with your cinema ticket – so grab a glass and let us know your thoughts about the film.

A coming-of-age comedy-drama about three African American women living in Brooklyn, Alma's Rainbow explores the life of teenager Rainbow Gold (Victoria Gabrielle Platt) as she enters womanhood and navigates standards of beauty, self-image, and the rights women have over their bodies.

A new 4K restoration from Academy Film Archive, Film Foundation, and Milestone Films presented by T A P E Collective as part of SNAPSHOTS of Black Girlhood found in cinema, made possible with the support of the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery.

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