Film Screenings

Taking place in one of the most diverse boroughs in the country, these film nights are an opportunity to discover, explore and celebrate the work of non-white, London-based filmmakers. The screenings will raise important issues around representation and the diversity of ideas in film. The filmmakers will also discuss the challenges of being a filmmaker of colour and how they navigate their way through an industry in which they are outsiders.

The programme itself will be very diverse, featuring award-winning shorts and documentaries, from sci-fi and drama to comedy. These screenings are aimed at those interested in films not available at the multiplexes, and young filmmakers hoping to learn from directors further down their artistic journey. The informal atmosphere aims to encourage lively discussions.

film screenings at the corner

NOUR WAZZI: SHACKLED

THURSDAY 13 DECEMBER 6:30 PM

Award-winning Producer/Director Nour Wazzi has worked in the industry for almost 10 years collaborating on features while making shorts and music videos.  Nour is a narrative filmmaker, amassing awards on a number of short films – most recently winning Best Film (Naoussa) and Jury Special mention (Magma) for Up on the Roof starring Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones), and which also premiered at the BFI London Film Festival.

We will be screening a number of Nour’s films including Shackled, starring Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) and Habibti, starring Hiam Abbas (Blade Runner 2049).

Photos from previous films screenings

questions to film director at the corner
audience members film screening the corner
screening at the corner wembley park

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