Film still 'The Stuart Hall Project' (2013), courtesy Smoking Dogs Films

Caroline Deeds, Lecturer Factual Television and Documentary at Falmouth University, will introduce a special evening screening of John Akomfrah’s feature length film about the influential Jamaican-born intellectual Stuart Hall (1932 – 2014), preceded by a delicious CAST Café supper.

You can read Caroline’s introduction to the film here.

The Stuart Hall Project is a film about revolution, politics and culture, an intimate portrait Hall’s work as a founding figure of the New Left and architect of the field of cultural studies, culled from over 100 hours of Hall’s wide-ranging media appearances, with footage of the social and political upheavals through which he lived. Read more about it here.

For bookings please email [email protected] or call 01326 569267 during open hours.

Daily continuous looped screenings of The Stuart Hall Project have been extended until Thursday 23 December. Tuesday to Saturday, 10am – 5pm, free admission, all welcome.

Thursday 16 December 2021 Admission £11.50, including CAST Café supper from 6pm

Booking essential