Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton
Thu 16th October 6.30-8pm
In October 2013 a boat carrying over 550 migrants from North Africa capsized off the Island of Lampedusa, within sight of a tourist beach. 360 people drowned, many of them women and children. Only 155 survived. This film from award winning photographer and film-director Zed Nelson, tells the inside story of the tragedy through the testimony of the survivors and follows Fanus, a teenage survivor – one of thousands of people who flee Eritrea every year in search of asylum.
This film was commissioned by Channel 4 from a trailer created after Zed’s Photoworks British School at Rome research residency
Where applicable, concessions are available for Photoworks members, senior citizens, under 16s, full-time students, the unemployed and registered disabled
*Proof of concessions and membership to be shown on the door.
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To see the trailer of the film please see below: