Last shown on 28 May 2022
This very special showing of Deathless Woman will feature an introduction and post-film discussion with director Roz Mortimer and key community figures.
‘A must watch.’ Ake Dikhea Festival of Romani Film, ‘Powerful and poetic’ London Film Festival
The Deathless Woman is a film about important events in Roma history and how they are still relevant today. Let the ghost of a Roma matriarch lead you on a journey through archives and landscapes as she tells the story of what she witnessed during WWII, and how this affects Roma people today. An elegiac and urgent film, The Deathless Woman is a ghost story for the 21st Century.
If you would like to join a free Romani language workshop led by Juice Vamosi on 28 May 28th at Victoria Hall, please reserve your place on www.thedeathlesswoman.com or by emailing email@example.com
These events are supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
‘A powerful and poetic account of WWII Roma genocide and its contemporary resurrection. Hugely successful on both an artistic and a political level, it is a remarkable piece of work.’
Trisha Tuttle (BFI London Film Festival Director)
‘Captivating experimental feature’
Screen on Screen (Paddy Mulholland)
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