Film Screening of: Just Another Black Woman| Washerwoman| Harsh Living.

Saturday 20 November 2021

This FREE event will have 2 screenings – each screening being an hour-long to include a Q&A with the directors and cast.


Just Another Angry Black Woman – Drama

The Washer Woman – Psychological Thriller

Harsh Living – Drama

As the world struggled to deal with the magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are sure that everyone is extremely happy to be able to finally get back to the things we enjoy. So, what better way than to spend an evening watching 3 incredible films.

This is a *FREE* event, however we hope that you will make a voluntary contribution at the end of screening. Your small contribution & support will enable us to host future events like these.

a Fave Five Films & Liberated Pictures want to thank you in advance for your contribution.

*Complimentary Refreshments will be offered

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