7 - 8:30pm, Wednesday 4th Sep


Black Audio Film Collective - Twilight City [1989]

The theme of this docudrama is the physical and social change of London that occurred under ten years of Conservative rule in the 1980s.

The film is made up of both the fictional story of Olivia receiving a letter from her mother, still living in Dominica and interviews with with black and Asian cultural critics, historians and journalists like Homi Bhabha, Paul Gilroy and George Shire.

Twilight City was produced by the Black Audio Film Collective following the success of its first two screen ventures Handsworth Songs (d. John Akomfrah 1986), a film essay about the riots in Birmingham, and its first feature film, Testament (d. John Akomfrah, 1988).

London Renters Union Fundraiser. The screening will be followed by a LRU social.


South Bermondsey 108 Ormside St, SE15 1TF