Women in powerful positions recognizing that power can also come wrapped in vulnerability.
Afrikaba Festival plus Live music from HKB FINN
A group of degenerates live outside of society. STASH centers on Stephanie having difficulties with love, life, her sanity and her safety. The film portrays the complexity of women in powerful positions, recognizing that strength and power can also come wrapped in soft coating and vulnerability.
PLUS LIVE MUSIC BY HKB FINN: ‘Tradition versus Modernity’
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. Collaborations have included: Nitin Sahwney, Nojazz, Robert Mitchell, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Tunde Jegede Ensemble, The Royal Opera House, Orphy Robinson, Electro & Ntoumos. You saw him perform previously to a full house at Electric Palace. Come hear him again introduce this his latest feature film ‘STASH’. All tickets £10
“Afrikaba embraces the beauty of the individual, the power of the arts, and the strengths of culture and heritage.“
The AfriKàBa Festival started October 2010 in Hastings. It was conceptualised and delivered by Gwyneth Wint to showcase high quality work from artists with African and Caribbean heritage and engage audiences with enriching and unique experiences.
Find out more about Afrikaba Festival.