How the World Got Mixed Up
Where: Watershed, 1 Canon's Road, Bristol, , BS1 5TX
When: 15 October 2011 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Mixing tales of lust and love in Brazil, India and Louisiana, and gross injustice in Germany, Virginia and Cape Town, this feature length documentary, part of BBC Two's Mixed Race Season, explores the historical and contemporary social, sexual and political attitudes to interracial relationships. Through the stories of liaisons which created scandals in their own time, the film chronicles the shifts in attitudes in the context of Europe's imperial expansion in the modern era.
Following the screening, join the programme's director David Okuefuna and Bristol-based Executive Producer Michael Poole for a discussion on some of the issues raised.
A Made In Bristol preview presented in partnership with BBC Bristol as part of Black History Month at Watershed.
This is a free event. Reserve your tickets through online or through Box Office on 0117 927 5100. Please collect your ticket from Box Office on the day 20 minutes before the event starts - any tickets not collected after this will be released.
Entry Cost: 0
Posted by: caroline marshall | 06-10-2011
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