Black Film Anti-School: On The Work of Med Hondo




Join Abiba Coulibaly, Annabelle Aventurin & Rabz Lansiquot for a study session focusing on the work of Mauritanian filmmaker Med Hondo from 2-4pm on July 2nd at 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning. This session follows on from this months screening of Hondo’s musical epic West Indies: The Fugitive Slaves of Liberty (1979) selected by Languid Hands as part of Brixton Community Cinema’s Summer Programme. The session will be a participatory seminar including viewing short clips, collective reading and discussion.

Abiba Coulibaly is a film programmer with a background in critical geography, interested in exploring the intersection between ethics and aesthetics, and is the founder of Brixton Community Cinema.

Annabelle Aventurin is film archivist, filmmaker and programmer who is responsible for preserving and distributing Med Hondo’s archives at Ciné-Archives in Paris.

Rabz Lansiquot is a filmmaker, programmer and DJ, whose work has focused significantly on black liberatory cinema. They are one half of Languid Hands who are currently Lead Curators at 198 CAL.

Black Film Anti-School is an ongoing project initiated by Rabz Lansiquot which aims to create spaces of collective learning to explore black film and creative practice beyond representation and towards liberation.


Tickets available HERE