Big World Cinema
presents a documentary feature-film,
based on Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth,
directed by Goran Hugo Olsson (of The Black
Power Mixtape fame).
Narrated by Ms Lauren Hill.
(Sweden/USA/Denmark/Finland 2014, 85 mins, 0-13VP)
Nine Scenes from the Anti-Imperialistic Self-Defence.
A bold & fresh visual narrative on Africa, based on newly discovered archival material covering the struggle for liberation from colonial rule in the late ‘60s & ‘70s, accompanied by text from Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth
“ It will leave you dumbstruck.” 4* CAPETIMES
“Challenging . . . cerebral . . stirring.” 4* ARGUS (Tonight)
Admission: R40 Tel the Labia on (021) 424 5927 to book
ALL OUR SHOWS R40
The Labia has full bar facilities. Enjoy a drink in the cinema whilst watching a movie.
Now including slush puppies and slush puppie cocktails!
(Subject to concessions for Labia screenings only)
Student/Fanatics/ Seniors/Children/Labia R35
Book of 10 Pre-paid Admission Tickets R350 (save R50)
Gift Vouchers R40 – make ideal gifts
Movie/Meal Specials for Two
(For Labia shows only)
||Ocean Basket (Kloof St) (2 X fish & chips)
||Societi bistro (2 X pastas)
(Sun after 4pm)
|Diva Cafė Ristorante (2 X pizzas)
(after 4pm only)
|Kauai (2 X sandwiches)
(vouchers first to be purchased at restaurant & thereafter timeously exchanged at box office for tickets)
Nb. Booking with Societi essential to avoid disappointment
AFRICAN SCREEN at the Labia
enjoys the support of the
National Film & Video Foundation (South Africa)
The Labia Management thanks you all for your
support over the past year and hopes to bring you another
year of quality films, film festivals & special events.
We extend a warm welcome to all visitors & hope you
have a pleasant experience at our unique cinema.
Starts 01 Jan
Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, Vanessa Redgrave, Sienna Miller in a Bennett Miller film
FOXCATCHER (USA 2014)
Nominated for 3 Golden Globes (including Best Film, Drama)!
“A mesmerising hybrid of true crime & sports drama, Foxcatcher is destined to be one of year’s most talked-about films.”TORONTO INT. FILM FEST