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BCA presents HERO

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Black Cultural Archives (BCA) invites you to a very special screening as part of our Windrush commemoration on Saturday 22 June of the incredible film HERO inspired by the extraordinary life and times of Trinidadian war veteran Ulric Cross.

Black Cultural Archives (BCA) invites you to a very special screening as part of our Windrush commemoration on Saturday 22 June of the incredible film HERO inspired by the extraordinary life and times of Trinidadian war veteran Ulric Cross.

BCA is a proud partner of the opening London screening and will receive 25% of every ticket sold.

About The Film:
Directed by Frances-Anne Solomon and shot in Trinidad, Ghana, the UK and Canada, HERO is the story of Ulric Cross, who left his small island home in 1941 to seek his fortune, and became the RAF’s most decorated West Indian. His life took a different course when he followed the call of history and joined the Pan-African movement sweeping the world in the 50’s and 60’s.

When: Saturday 22nd June 2019

Where: Ritzy Brixton, 6pm

The film is 111min and the screening will be followed by a Q&A with the Director Frances-Anne Solomon & other special guests TBC.

A special post screening reception will be held next door at BCA with Frances-Anne, members of the cast, our panellists and the BCA family.

£20 + booking fee | Book online