Black History Studies presents the West London Premiere screening of ‘1804: The Hidden History of Haiti’ on Thursday 5th December 2019 @ Lexi Cinema.
1804: The Hidden History of Haiti is a documentary film about the untold history of the Haitian Revolution. Produced by the creator of the best-selling Hidden Colors film series, 1804 goes in-depth about the four principal players who were instrumental in Haiti s independence: Makandal, Dutty Bookman, Toussaint Louvature, and Jean-Jacques Dessalines. This documentary give a competing look into the strategies, the motivation and the mindset that led to Haiti being the only slave population who successfully overthrew their oppressors.
There will be a post-screening discussion after the screening.
This event will take place on THURSDAY 5th DECEMBER 2019 at The Lexi Cinema, 194b Chamberlayne Road, Kensal Rise, London, NW10 3JU. Located 3 minutes from Kensal Rise Overground Station. Located 10 mins from Kensal Green and 15 mins from Queens Park on the Bakerloo Line. Via Bus, the Okehampton Road stop is right outside the Lexi Cinema, served by 52, 452, 6, 187, 302.
Doors open at 6.00pm. The event will start 6.30pm
Please book your ticket(s) here https://thelexicinema.co.uk/film/bhs-1804-hidden-history