Join us this October for a selection of screenings and events that showcase high quality work from artists with African and Caribbean heritage. Enjoy engaging and enriching, unique cinema experiences including a Q&A, live music and activities for young people.
Gwyneth Wint started The AfriKàBa Festival in October 2010 in Hastings: “AfriKàBa embraces the beauty of the individual, the power of the arts, and the strengths of culture and heritage.“
- Betty: They Say I'm Different - screening and Q&A with the Director
Friday 5 October, 8pm
- Black Panther – screening and special activities for young people
Saturday 6 October, 12pm
- Stash – screening plus live music by HKBFiNN
Saturday 6 October, 7.30pm
About HKB FiNN
HKB FiNN is a pioneering spoken word artist whose work explores universal themes of despair, joy, hope and re-affirmation of our shared humanity. As a musician and composer, his sound encompasses Jazz, Hip Hop, Blues and Reggae. His collaborations have included Nitin Sahwney, Nojazz, Robert Mitchell, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Tunde Jegede Ensemble, The Royal Opera House, Orphy Robinson, Electro & Ntoumos.
This new tour ‘Tradition versus Modernity’ combines visuals, poetry and live music creating a sumptuous, immersive experience. You saw him perform previously to a full house at Electric Palace.