Living with Illegals – Film screening & Discussion at the New Art Exchange, Nottingham – Thursday 5th August 2010

Living with Illegals (50mins, Director: Sorious Samura)

Film screening & Discussion at the New Art Exchange, Nottingham in collaboration with Long Journey Home. Thursday 5th August, 7pm.

Venue: New Art Exchange, 39-41 Gregory Boulevard, Hyson Green, Nottingham, NG7 6BE

Tickets: £3/2 (concessions) – available at the Box Office on 0115 924 8630.
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Some No Borders video links

No Borders and Calais Migrant Solidarity activists gathered in Paris for a day of action for Freedom of Movement around the Gare du Nord (May 2010):
http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2010/05/451706.html

The first ever demonstration against a detention centre in Bulgaria organised by the Bulgarian Anarchist Federation of Anarchists in Bulgaria (FAB-IFA). March 20th, 2010 (no sound):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrFEFpmkMqU

Documentary about Frontex (EU border control operation) in 2009:
Frontex: The Movie (featuring noborder camp in lesvos 2009) :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOuFo5egBqE

Small World Cafe : Food and Film ‘Moving to Mars’- Thurs 29th April 2010

This week, Thurs 29th April 2010, Small World Cafe have a fund-raiser for Nottingham City of Sanctuary. Iranian volunteers from Nottingham Refugee Forum are cooking the food, which will be served at 7pm (for recommended donation £4/£5). This is followed by the film Moving to Mars at 8pm Recommend donation for food. As usual SMC is at The Square Centre, Alfred St. North just off the top of Huntington St. Nottingham. For advance information about future events, join a facebook page at:
Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=145469477238
Facebook page for this event only: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=111672782205107

Small World Cafe ‘Algerian Night’ at the Square Centre, Nottingham – March 18th

Small World Cafe invites you to “Algerian Night” food and film evening on Thursday, March 18th at 7:00pm at:
The Square Centre, Alfred Street North (near top of Huntingdon Street), Nottingham, NG3 1AA.They will be serving traditional Algerian food including a vegan option from 7pm (recommended donation £4 vegan / £5 meat) , and the tea and coffee bar will be serving a range of teas and refreshments from 50p. Film ‘Battle of Algiers’ starts around 8pm. The previous Afghan and Mongolian nights have been a great success so get there early if you want food.

Forthcoming events (click ‘Read more’ for details’):
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Small World Cinema events for Oct 2009 @ Sumac Centre

Next in the series of Small World Cinema food & film showings at the Sumac Centre, Forest Fields, Nottingham are:

  • Wednesday 7th October: FLAME (Zimbabwe)
  • Wednesday 28th October: LUMUMBA (Congo)

Food (for a donation) served at 7pm. Films start at 8pm. Details of the venue can be found in the Veggies/Sumac events diary and info about the films can be found at:- http://smallworldcinema.wordpress.com

There is always a good discussion afterwards. See you there!

Small World Cinema ‘Afghan Star’ on Wed 23rd Sept @ Sumac

The first in the new series of Small World Cinema food & film showings is on Wednesday 23rd September at the Sumac Centre, 245 Gladstone St, Forest Fields. The event is organised by Afghan users of the Nottingham and Notts Refugee Forum and any profits go to pay for the Afghan party there on 23rd October.

There will be Afghan Vegan food (for a donation) served at 7pm. The Film is called Afghan Star and will start at 8pm. Details of the event can be found in the Veggies/Sumac events diary and info about the film can be found at:-
http://www.afghanstardocumentary.com/

Small World Cinema @Sumac on Wednesdays 13th May & 17th June

The next Small World Cinema is on Wednesday 13th May at 7.30pm at the Sumac Centre in Forest Fields, with a documentary on Sudan called Never Again.
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Following this, the next Small World Cinema event is on Wednesday 17th June at 7.00pm at the Sumac Centre in Forest Fields and will be part of Refugee Week. The organisers have been able to get Jupiter’s Dance (from DR Congo) which is an excellent film. All welcome. Watch Jupiter’s Dance YouTube trailer. Continue reading

‘Nawroz’ film plus Kurdish food @ Sumac

NawRoz Nottingham - Join us in welcoming Year 2709! Small World Cinema event @ Sumac on Wednesday 25th March

The next Small World Cinema event at the Sumac Centre is on Wednesday 25th March which is a few days after Kurdish New Year (‘Nawroz’, which means New Day). A Kurdish refugee will show a film and provide Kurdish Vegan Food (he’s a very good cook!). Gather for food and bar from 7pm; presentation and films from 7.30.
Details on Veggies/Sumac events diary

Dealing And Wheeling In Small Arms

Small world cinema @ Sumac Centre on Feb 11th

Come to the first of the Small World Cinema events for the new year on Wednesday 11th February 2009. Gather for food and bar from 7pm; presentation and films from 7.30.

DEALING AND WHEELING IN SMALL ARMS is a political documentary on the uncontrolled widespread of small arms, which rule and ruin the lives of a growing number of people in developing countries.

Please see *Sumac/Veggies Events diary* for further details.