Born in Kinshasa in D.R.Congo 1982, Ne Kunda Nlaba is a Congolese film director, producer, screenwriter, editor, actor and political scientist living in Lambeth.
“THE STEEL PAN” (2010), 30mins, a documentary about the creation, development and construction of the Caribbean musical instrument invented in Trinidad and Tobago. Screened at the 7th Montreal Black Film Festival
“LIVING WITHOUT LIVING” (2011), 16mins, a short documentary film about the life destitute asylum seekers in the UK produced as part of Respect and Dignity for Asylum Seekers Campaign sponsored by British Refugee Council.
The film was premiered at Amnesty International/ Human Right Action centre in London, British Refugee Council and Netherlands 2012 Film Festival
Wednesday 17th July 2013, 7pm (doors open 6.30pm)
Tate South Lambeth Library 180 South Lambeth Road, SW8 1QP
Admission Free. Light refreshments available.