Join us for Upendo, an afternoon of film, discussion and performance exploring the LGBTQ community in Africa and its diaspora and issues of human rights, religion and philosophy.
11am – Welcome
11.30am – Stories of Our Lives film screening
12.30pm – Q&A with Aderonke Apata (Nigerian LGBT Rights Advocate)
1pm – Lunch and live music – Parisa East and Collective
2pm – Born This Way film screening
3.30pm – Q&A with LA Skype conversation with Cédric Tchante (featured in the film & LGBT Advocate)
4.30pm – Closing remarks
5pm – Networking and live music
Schedule subject to change. Presented by Stella Vision in partnership with The University of Nottingham. In association with Nottingham City Council. Funded by BFI Fan Central East. For updates about the event, search #LGBTUpendo on Twitter. You can also listen to Stella Vision’s radio advert for the event.
Admission: £10/£8 concession. Please book online on the New Art Exchange website.
Part of our LGBT History Month 2016 celebrations. View a full gallery of events on our blog.
Tags: Africa, culture, equality and diversity, film, Film Audience Network, LGBT, LGBT History Month, LGBT History Month 2016, Nottingham City Council, people and culture, screening, Stella Vision
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