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RICH MIX SCREENING: Saturday 23rd April 2016 at 12 noon
We hope you can join us on Saturday 23rd April at 12pm at Rich Mix (a terrific cinema!) in Shoreditch in East London (35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA). This is not a free event as the cinema hire is really expensive but we are subsidising tickets by paying half the costs which is all we can scrape together, but hope this will mean you can afford to join us there and bring family and friends. To book your ticket, please visit our Eventbrite webpage here.
EVERY COOK CAN GOVERN SCREENING & BRAINSTORMING SESSION: Thursday 26th May 2016, 6.30pm-10pm
To ensure our film makes a world-wide impact, we need volunteers to brainstorm ideas to promote the film. Come along to the WORLDwrite centre in East London on Thursday 26th May at 7.30pm for a free screening followed by a brainstorming promotion session, where your ideas will certainly count. Please visit our Team London page to sign up. We’d love to hear from you!
TOTTENHAM PREMIERE: Friday 10th June 2016, 7pm-9pm
WORLDwrite is delighted to present the Tottenham premiere of Every Cook Can Govern in partnership with The Selby Trust. We hope you can join us on Friday 10th June at 7pm at The Selby Centre, Selby Road, Tottenham, London, N17 8JL, for a unique chance to see the film. The event is free-entry but please ensure you book your seats here.
EAST MIDLANDS SALON SCREENING: Tuesday 21st June 2016, 5.30pm
The East Midlands Salon will be screening Every Cook Can Govern on Tuesday 21st June at 5.30pm at One Friar Gate Square, 8 Agard Street, Derby, DE1 1D. Tickets are available on Eventbrite here. Hope to see some of you there!
RITZY SCREENING: Wednesday 17th August 2016, 6.15pm
WORLDwrite is delighted to be screening Every Cook Can Govern at the Ritzy in Brixton on Wednesday 17th August at 6.15pm. There will be a post-screening Q&A with Directors Ceri Dingle and Rob Harris, which will be hosted by writer and lecturer Dr Graham Barnfield. To book your tickets please visit the Ritzy website here.
Every Cook Can Govern at the Battle of Ideas Festival: Saturday 22nd October, 13:30 -15.30
London South Bank University screening: Wednesday 26th October, 1.30pm
Our first university premiere is next, hosted by London South Bank University with a Q&A with Co-director Ceri Dingle on Wednesday 26th October 2016 at 1.30pm. Venue details:Elephant Studios Cinema (Room L294), London Road Building, London Road, London, SE1. This event is open to the public and free, but space is limited so booking is essential. Click here to reserve your free place.
Queen Mary University screening: Wednesday 26th October, 6pm
Then we are screening the film at Queen Mary University in the Arts One Building, Lecture Theatre, Mile End Rd, E1 4NS on Wednesday 26th October at 6pm with a tremendous Q&A panel including Ceri Dingle (the film’s Co-director), Robbie Shilliam (Professor in International Relations) and Bill Schwarz (Professor in English). This event is free and open to all, but the organisers have kindly arranged for a collection on the door for our charity. Please click here to reserve your free place.
Every Cook Can Govern at the 20th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair: Friday 28th October, 3pm
The first Scottish screening will take place at the Radical Book fair on Friday 28th October at 3pm at Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 30-38 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh, EH6 8RG. The event is free-entry, for more information, please click here.
Greater London Authority (GLA) screening: Tuesday 1st November, 7pm
Then on Tuesday 1st November at 7pm the film will screen at the GLA in Committee Room 5, Lower Ground Floor, City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, SE1 2AA. This event is free and open to all, but space is limited so booking is essential. To reserve your free place, please email Richard.Reddie@london.gov.uk
Canterbury Christ Church University screening: Tuesday 8th November, 6.30pm
We’re delighted the Kent Premiere will take place on Tuesday 8th November at 6.30pm at Canterbury Christ Church University, Powell lecture theatre (Pg09), North Holmes Road, Canterbury, CT1 1QU followed by a Q&A with Co-director Ceri Dingle. The event is free-entry but please click here to book your ticket.
Brixton Library screening: Friday 11th November, 7.30pm
Brixton Library are screening the film with an introduction by Ceri Dingle (the film’s Co-director), on Friday 11th November at 7.30pm. For further information about this event, please contact Brixton Library on 020 7926 1058 or email BrixtonLendingLibrary@lambeth.gov.uk
Every Cook Can Govern at Hackney Picturehouse: Sunday 20th November, 8.30pm
At last a Hackney premiere! We are thrilled to be screening the film at the Hackney Picturehouse on Sunday 20th November at 8.30pm. There will be a post-screening Q&A with Directors Ceri Dingle and Rob Harris. To book your tickets, please visit the Hackney Picturehouse website here.
Every Cook Can Govern in Jamaica: 27th January 2017
The University of the West Indies will be screening Every Cook Can Govern on Friday 27th January 2017 and we are honoured that Professor Robert Hill, Literary Executor of C.L.R. James, will introduce the film and event. For more details click here.
Every Cook Can Govern at the Pan African Film Festival
We are absolutely thrilled our film has been selected to screen for its USA premiere at this major festival in Los Angeles which runs from 9th-17th February 2017. More details are available on the festival website here.
Every Cook Can Govern at the WORLDwrite centre: Thursday 2nd March, 7.30pm
Come along to the WORLDwrite centre in East London on Thursday 2nd March at 7.30pm for a free screening of Every Cook Can Govern. To book a place, please fill in the form here.
Free screening at the WORLDwrite centre: Saturday 8th April, 3pm
On Saturday 8th April at 3pm, we’re hosting a free screening of Every Cook Can Govern at the WORLDwrite centre in Hackney, London E5. There will be a Q&A afterwards too with Ceri Dingle (Co-Director). Please note, this screening looks set to fill up very quickly, so book now to avoid disappointment. Places are easy to book here.
South Africa screening: Thursday 20th April at 6pm
The first screening of Every Cook Can Govern in South Africa will take place at the University of the Free State on Thursday 20th April at 6pm. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Cook Can Govern in Trinidad and Tobago: 27th April 2017
The NGC Bocas Lit Fest, Trinidad and Tobago’s annual literary festival, will be screening Every Cook Can Govern at 1pm on Thursday 27 April in the AV Room of the National Library in Port of Spain. The screening will be free and open to the public. More details are available on the festival website here.
Lancashire Premiere: Sunday 10th September at 5pm
We’re delighted the Lancashire Premiere will take place on Sunday 10th September at 5pm at Texture, 67 Lever Street, M1 1FL followed by a Q&A with producers Fraser Myers and Marisa Pereira. Given C.L.R. Jame’s life-changing time in the area this is fantastic news. Seats are easy to book here.
GLASGOW PREMIERE OF EVERY COOK CAN GOVERN: Wednesday 4th October, 2pm
In association with Scottish Black History Month, the University of the West of Scotland (Paisley Campus, Paisley, PA1 2BE) are hosting the Scottish premiere of this epic documentary for free, on Wednesday 4th October at 2pm. It will include an exceptional Q&A panel with authors & C.L.R. James experts Andy Smith & Rachel Douglas as well as Co-Director Ceri Dingle followed by a reception. To book your place, please click here.
Film Screening/Discussion with Ceri Dingle, Co-Director of the film Every Cook Can Govern, 5 Nov 2017, 09:30
This is a rare opportunity to have a workshop with the film’s director and consider: James belief in agency, his love of Shakespeare, Marxism, movies and cricket, his revelations on the slave revolts, anti-colonialism and opposition to World War 2. To add to this, Ceri Dingle will also talk about the making of an historical documentary, crowd filming, the use and abuse of history, reinvigorating conceptions of man as history maker and film as a learning tool. This workshop will take place in Exeter (Room TS3 Alexander Building – New North Road, EX4 4LA) and you can book your tickets here.
Brighton Premiere: Saturday 11th November, 4pm
Join us on Saturday 11th November at 4pm at the BMECP Centre (10A Fleet Street, Brighton, BN1 4ZE) for the Brighton premier of Every Cook Can Govern. This free screening will be followed by a Q&A with Co-Director Ceri Dingle. Please note, this screening looks set to fill up very quickly, so book now to avoid disappointment. Places are easy to book here. Refreshments will also be available.