MovieMedicine is proud to host the online world premier of the film:
"Decolonising Cultural Spaces: The Living Cultures Project”.
Register below to participate in the live Q&A panel discussion on Zoom which will take place at 7pm BST (UK) on Wednesday 5th August.
The live Q&A welcomes special guests: Maasai delegates from the film, Evelyn Paraboy Kaney, Scholastica Kukutiya, Amos Karino Leuka and Samwel Nangiria; Co-founder and director of InsightShare, Nick Lunch; Director of the Pitt Rivers Museum, Laura Van Broekhoven; and is moderated by Creative Director of the Bertha Foundation, Adrian Kawaley-Lathan.
The film screening and Q&A are both free, but your kind donations will go directly to The Pan African Living Cultures Alliance (PALCA) whose mission is to safeguard communities’ biocultural rights, support inter-generational transmission, preserve indigenous languages, promote traditional governance of natural resources, with participatory video at its heart.
100% of donations are spent on local projects. Donate here: https://insightshare.org/donate/
Learn more about how Pitt Rivers Museum has committed to change, with practices of provenance, transparency, repatriation and redress here: https://www.prm.ox.ac.uk/committed-to-change
The Live Q&A will take place on Zoom, and will be simultaneously broadcast to Facebook Live.
As a Zoom participant your questions will be prioritised.
The Q&A recording will be archived on Facebook and available to re-watch at any time on Medicine Festival’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/medicinefestival