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Carlisle Building, 67–69 Victoria Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 6DE

Bfi Black Star: The Proud Valley

BFI BLACK STAR & AFRO SUPA HERO presents THE PROUD VALLEY Pen Tennyson (1940) UK, 76mins, cert PG American singer and civil rights activist Paul Robeson plays a drifter from the American South who arrives in pre-WWII Wales looking for work and wins the locals' respect through his singing. With intro and performance from Tayo Aluko.

Wed 14 Dec

£5.50

Charlie Chaplin's The Kid

'A picture with a smile and perhaps, a tear' a fitting motif for Chaplin's first full-length feature as director. The Kid sees the well-known tramp have parenthood thrust upon him due to a chance meeting with an abandoned baby, which of course has amusing results. The innovative use of combining both comedic and dramatic elements make this film a true classic of the silent era.

Dir. Charles Chaplin, 1921, USA, 52 mins, U

Sun 11 Dec

£5.50 some concessions

The Proud Valley

THE PROUD VALLEY

Pen Tennyson (1940) UK, 76mins, cert PG

Tickets: £5. Doors open 6.30pm. Intro + film 7pm.

American singer and civil rights activist Paul Robeson plays a drifter from the American South who arrives in pre-WWII Wales looking for work and wins the locals' respect through his singing. With intro and performance from Tayo Aluko.

This screening is part of our BFI Black Star programme, presented in collaboration with Afro Supa Hero at The International Slavery Museum.

Wed 14 Dec

£5.50

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