Human Flow (LIVE)
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WED, 16TH JUN
8:00 PM
£5.00
PAST
WED, 16TH JUN
8:00 PM
£5.00
PAST
ABOUT THE EVENT
Join us for a special screening of Human Flow to mark Refugee Week, with 50% of ticket proceeds going to Choose Love in support of refugees worldwide.

Choose Love does whatever it takes to identify, close and prevent gaps in services and protections for refugees and displaced people. They elevate the voices and visibility of refugees, while funding agile grassroots and community organisations providing vital support along global migration routes. In just five years, Choose Love has provided over 1M people with everything from lifesaving search and rescue boats, to food and legal advice.

The Film :

Filmed over the span of a year, Human Flow was shot by 25 film crews in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, France, Greece, Germany, Hungary, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Pakistan, Palestine, Serbia, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, and Turkey. Director Ai Weiwei artfully captures the massive and shocking breadth of the global migration crisis in this epic film, which portrays the plight of today’s 65 million forcibly displaced individuals – the highest number ever – forced out of their homes by war, famine and climate change on long, treacherous journeys in search of new lives.
 
This is a Virtual Cinema LIVE experience. That means all audiences watch in real-time and will be joined in our Live Chat by Choose Love ambassadors - actor Juliet Stevenson, producer Tracey Seaward and Choose Love founder Josie Naughton.

Juliet Stevenson CBE is an actor of stage and screen. Known for her role in the film Truly, Madly, Deeply, for which she was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

Tracey Seaward is a producer, known for Philomena (2013), The Queen (2006), and Eastern Promises (2007).

Unfortunately English subtitles and Closed Captions are not available for Human Flow.

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Director
Ai Weiwei
Year
2017
Genres
Documentary
Duration
135 Min