Friends of Tate South Lambeth: free film screening of ‘Revolution’

RevolutionThe Friends of Tate South Lambeth Library are screening at the Tate South Lambeth Library as part of their free monthly (every 3rd Wednesday) film night.

Revolution is an award-winning documentary by young Cuban Director Mayckell  Pedrero looking at the lives and struggles of the highly acclaimed Cuban Hip Hop group Los Aldeanos. Shot in Havana and told principally through the words of the two group members, Aldo and Bian; Revolution offers a fascinating insight into modern day Cuba.

Rhodri Holtham, who has written a postgraduate dissertation on Cuban Hip Hop and is a personal friend of the Director, will give a short introduction and will be on hand to answer any questions after the screening.

Wednesday 18 July 2012, 6.45 for 7pm
Tate South Lambeth Library
180 South Lambeth Road
London SW8 1QP.

Light refreshments available with suggested donations to the Friends of Tate South Lambeth Library.



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