South Social celebrates CHINA

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Dead pigs

Summary

South Social Film Festival is a hub for diversity, inclusion and emerging talents. This time we are partnering with the CHINESE VISUAL FESTIVAL to celebrate a very complex country, CHINA with cinema, dace and cuisine.

Date & time

Date:3 October 2019

Time:6pm to 10.30pm

Event Details

Address:2 Dugard way
London

Post code:SE11 4TH

Tickets:£15 Film+dance Early bird until 16/9 then £18
£25 Film+dance+food Early bird until 16/9 then £28
£10 Concessions (student, senior & -25)

Open hours:6pm-10:30pm

Description

THE DIRECTOR Cathy Yan, was born in China and lived in Hong Kong and the US. She's Asian with a Western twist. She understand both worlds. Her first job was as a reporter for the Wall Street journal and her eye for the news is what brought her to pick such a challenging subject in China. Right now she's heavily into post production of her latest film based on the DC UNIVERSE. She just made history by being the first Asian woman to direct a female-driven superhero movie. THE FILM Dead pigs is all about the environment, pollution, industrial wastes and the regeneration business that goes with it. Main characters in this film are as diverse as possible. A bumbling pig farmer, a feisty salon owner, a sensitive busboy, an expat architect and a disenchanted rich girl converge and collide as thousands of dead pigs float down the river towards a rapidly-modernising Shanghai. (VO with English subtitles) DANCE Lucia Tong is a wonderful dancer with a background in dance and theatre performance. Lucia works to uncover visceral and intuitive truths through the body.  Lucia creates multi-disciplinary works with her own company Pangea Art and with Arts 4 Human Rights to promote the use of arts to engage people with social thinking and action.. http://www.luciatong.moonfruit.com CUISINE Shanghai cuisine has a unique style based on colour, aroma and taste. A custom made menu for the festival includes signature dishes such as Shanghai dumplings (xiao long bao), the famous Cha siu Piggy buns and a selection of grilled Chinese tapas. FLOW OF THE EVENT 6pm Opening with food/drinks Connect with new people 7pm Intro festival 7:15pm Performance 7:45 Screening (130') 10pm Panel discussion

Transport

By Bus:Elephant & Castle buses

By Tube:Elephant & Castle tube

By Train:Elephant & Castle train station

Map

Accessibility

Access for wheelchair usersAccess for wheelchair users

Level access toiletLevel access toilet

Positive about disabledPositive about disabled people

Wheelchair accessible

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