Here, Now Film Season celebrates the art made by migrants to London.

At a time when migration again dominates the tabloid headlines, the HERE, NOW season takes a step back to allow for a more balanced view of the flows of people across the globe. The multi-venue season is part of Ben Uri’s centenary celebration Out of Chaos, marking a century of art made by migrants to London. It is a collaborative programme between four London arts venues including the new community cinema in Deptford.

Films will be followed by discussions and Q+As. Asylum seekers will be admitted for free to all screenings. Films include Stephen Frear's Dirty Pretty Things and Sarah Gavron's Brick Lane.  See above flyer for more details.

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