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The Stuart Hall Project

The Stuart Hall Project

IN 1951 STUART HALL left his native Jamaica to study at Oxford University. He would later become one of the United Kingdom’s foremost cultural theorists and intellectuals of the Left. This powerful documentary portrait of Hall, spanning over 50 years, is comprised entirely of footage from his archives. The film is completed by a potent soundtrack comprising music fragments from Hall’s lifelong love of Miles Davis.

Title:

The Stuart Hall Project

Director(s):

John Akomfrah

Year of Release:

2013

Region:

United Kingdom

Language:

100

Type / Genre:

Documentary Feature

Rating:

GA

Showtimes:

Sat 21 Sept, 3.00pm, Little Carib Theatre
Sat 28 Sept, 6.00pm, MovieTowne POS, Q&A
Mon 30 Sept, 6.00pm, UWI Q&A

Caribbean Premiere


About the Director(s):

John Akomfrah

John Akomfrah

Born in Ghana and raised in the United Kingdom, John Akomfrah made his directorial debut with the acclaimed documentary Handsworth Songs in 1986. He has made over 30 films since, many examining issues of black British identity, including The Nine Muses (ttff/11). He is one of the founders of the seminal (and now-defunct) Black Audio Film Collective, and is a governor of the British Film Institute.

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