WED 31 JAN 2018


WED 31 JAN 2018

Michael Armitage selects Kati Kati, (2016) by Mbithi Masya to accompany his exhibition. This surreal and touching film follows a young woman with no memory of her life or death, who is helped to the afterlife by a ghost at the lodge of Kati Kati. The 75 minute film is a co-production of One Fine Day Films and Ginger Ink, and won the prize of the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI) for the Discovery programme at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.


To book call 020 7703 6120, the box office is open 11am-6pm, Tuesday-Sunday and 11am-9pm on Wednesdays.


Image: (c) One Fine Day Films GmbH / Ginger Ink Films

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