UK: Amnesty hosts special screening of Bullet Boy
Amnesty International UK will host a special screening of the acclaimed film 'Bullet Boy' (cert 15) on Tuesday 18 October 2005 as part of its new 'Behind The Screen' film screenings at its east London Human Rights Action Centre.
To accompany the screening Leon Black, co-star of Bullet Boy, will be joining Amnesty International to take part in a discussion about the film's hard-hitting gun control message.
There will be an after-screening Q/A session chaired by Time Out Film Editor Dave Calhoun.
The screening is part of Amnesty International UK's new 'Protect The Human' campaign, launched during the week of 16-22 October.
The campaign intends to motivate one million people in the UK to stand up for human rights across a range of vital issues - including arms controls, stopping violence against Women's rights's rightss rights's rights's rights's rights and ending the death penalty.
When: Tuesday 18 October, 6.30pm
Where: Amnesty International UK, 17-25 New Inn Yard (Shoreditch), London EC2A
Admission: free (booking essential)
Bullet Boy is the first in a series of new Amnesty International screenings that deal with powerful human rights issues. All of the screenings in The Behind The screen series will be free of charge and will feature guest speakers. After Bullet Boy there will be the following screenings:
30 November: Lilja 4-Ever
14 December: The Corporation
24 January 2006: Private
21 February 2006: Favela Rising
15 March 2006: MooladÃ©
11 April 2006: Hotel Rwanda
To reserve seats: 020 7033 1777 or email@example.com
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