To celebrate Black History Month, The Francis Crick’s Race Equity network (PRISM) will be screening the film 500 Years Later.
500 Years Later, is an epic multi-award winning documentary directed by Owen ‘Alik Shahadah. Filmed in over twenty countries and on five continents, 500 Years Later is a compelling journey, infused with the spirit and music of liberation, that chronicles the struggle of a people from enslavement who continue to fight for the most essential human right – freedom.
Until Lions tells their tale, the story of the hunt will always glorify the hunter- African proverb
500 Years Later retells history from an African point of view. — GUARDIAN
Sweeping… Challenging… Blistering… — ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
500 Years Later is more than a film. — NOMMO NEWSMAGAZINE
A benchmark in filmmaking history! — CEN MAGAZINE
Running time 1h 46mins
Doors open 18:00
Movie starts @ 18:30
Free public exhibition and cafe is open 10am – 8pm on the day. Visit https://www.crick.ac.uk/whats-on/exhibitions for more information and other opening times.