Sep 22 2018 18:30 - 22:30

TheatrePeckham, 221 Havil St, SE5 7SD London

The final programme for the evening:

6:30pm Door Opening 

Delicious Food and Drink

7:30pm Intro festival 


8pm Break

8,15pm Screening 

9:45pm Debate  

More Food and Drinks

On Saturday 22nd September we are going to focus on TUNISIA, one of the first African countries to produce cinema in the 20s and also to win the Palme d'or in Cannes in 2013 with Blue is the warmest colour by Abdellatif Kechich.

OF SKIN AND MEN by Mehdi Ben Attias

Tunis, today. Amel (Hafsia Herzi), a young photographer, has just lost her husband Nabil in an accident. Her happiness, living with her beloved husband in a beautiful family apartment, turned to grief. Her father-in-law, Taïeb, encourages her to re-engage herself in her photography and she begins shooting a series of erotic scenes of male. Amel truly immerses herself in her work – she’s fearless and unafraid of scandal and chooses to look at men in the same way as men look at women. 

A close look at the war of sexes, gender relationship, men vs women, set in a now democratic country that still has to learn how to use freedom.

A delicious taster plate of Tunisian cuisine will be served prior to the show.Right before the screening a live concert by wonderful oud player Rihab Azar and after the screening a debate. 


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