Wednesday, December 09, 2009
Best Of The Reggae Film Festival 12th-13th Dec. Luton, UK
The UK Center for Carnival Arts, Luton, England will host the "Best Of The Reggae Film Festival" screenings at the multi-arts complex from 12th-13th Dec. The event is another in the series of screenings of films featured in past Reggae Film Festivals, and follows the hosting of a similar event at the Boss Sounds Festival in Newcastle, England in August. Both events were curated by Reggae Film Festival archivist Peter Gittins.
The programme of films to be screened at the Arts Festival event is:
4pm: Musically Mad - Prod.Kalle Folke (Documentary(60mins)
6pm: Why Do Jamaicans Run So Fast? - Prod.Miquel Gallofre+Nando Garcia-Guereta (61mins)
8pm till late - Reggae Night - groove to the sounds of DJ King Alfred
Sunday 13th Dec.
4pm Trenchtown: The Forgotten Land - (Documentary) Prod.James Ewart (54mins)
7pm Roots Time - Prod.Silvestre Jacobi (Feature film) (77mins)
More info: http://www.carnivalarts.org.uk/news
UKCCA (UK Centre For Carnival Arts)
3 St.Mary's Road, Luton, LU1 3JA
For more info call: 01582 437 100