Our March screening falls exactly on International Women’s Day 2019 and we have a fitting screening – Casablanca Calling (synopsis below, trailer here – https://vimeo.com/28629433).
Feature starts at 7pm, doors open at 6.30pm – join us! A speaker to introduce the film is to be confirmed.
Tickets cost £7 plus small booking fee online (https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/junction-with-newington-butts/draper-hall/film-screening-casablanca-calling/2019-03-08/19:00) or £8 on the door.
There will be tea, coffee, biscuits and cake – and feel free to bring something to share. We encourage attendees to network before and after the screening. Venue is wheelchair-accessible.
Please note venue address – Draper Hall, Hampton Street, Junction with Newington Butts, London, SE17 3AN.
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1617587528375797/
SYNOPSIS: Casablanca Calling is the story of a quiet social revolution in Morocco. In a country where over 60% of women have never been to school, a new generation of women have started work as official Muslim leaders – ‘morchidat’. The film follows three morchidat – Hannane, Bouchra and Karima – as they set out to change their country, starting at street level. Their work takes them into mosques, schools, homes, orphanages, prisons and out in the countryside. They support the education of women and girls, campaign against early marriage and encourage young people to build a better Morocco. #iwd2019