After our amazing mini-festival in London on Sunday, we're now going to take LoveDifference to Northampton.
We are delighted to collaborate with the Northampton Arts Collective and European Alternatives. We have a fantastic range of activities taking place throughout the day from midday to midnight. This will take place at the Northampton Fishmarket, Bradshaw Street, Northampton, NN1 2HL
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Throughout the day video art by acclaimed French-Hungarian video artist Judit Kurtag will be screened in The Fishmarket Gallery.
12:30-3pm: Migration, Immigration and Equal Rights in the European Union
Featuring Annie Bruzzone from the Policy Network thinktank, Judit Kurtag, David Shamma of the GMB trade union and Noel Hatch from Compass Youth.
Featuring readings by East Anglian-based, Hungarian poet George Szirtes to be followed by a Q&A and discussion with Warsaw-based international curator Kuba Szreder.
4pm-4.30pm: The Migrators
In partnership with the International Community Film Festival, LoveDifference is delighted to be screening 'The Migrators', a short film about migrant communities in different EU countries.
4.30-8pm: Occident Film
(At the Arena Cinema)
Only a few minutes from The Fishmarket Gallery the Arena Cinema will be screening 2007 Palme d'Or winning director Christian Mungiu's early work 'Occident'. The Arena is part of The University of Northampton.
LoveDifference Northampton's exciting crescendo is a celebration of our cultural diversity through music, featuring Budapest's eastern folk electronic cut n paste outfit The DJ Bootsie Quartet, playing alongside the UK's Christopher D Ashley from Sunday Best, organisers of Bestival, who will be entrancing the crowd with his unique brand of broody and melodic electronica.
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