JOIN US as we journey through time to the 1960's with a number of prominent, and distinguished delegates and guests, who are predominantly legendary 'firsts' in British society sharing their knowledge on the genre:

Confirmed delegates include ...

Author, lecturer, cinematic historian and film critic: Jim Pines. Editor of the first Black newspaper in the 1960's: Author and historian - Donald Hinds. Curator of The West Indian Front Room: Dr. Michael McMillan

Share sporting memories with 'The Voice of Sport' Rodney Hinds, British Olympic gold medallist, Talent scout and Football agent - Sky Andrews and renown childhood star, Bafta Award recipient, producer and director of Walter's War: Alrick Riley.

You'll be thoroughly entertained and educated in 'A Carnival History', a documentary produced especially for the film festival charting carnival's generational journey by Clarence Thompson MBE.

If education inspires you renown academic Professor Gus John will have your brain tingling with a quest for more and more knowledge. Should history and heritage peak your interest then join: Founder of 'The Black History Walks & Tours' Tony Warner and guests: Laurie Phillpotts  If style inspires you then join in the conversation following the screening of the last official London screening of Vidal Sassoon - The Movie

For lovers of music from pop to rock, ska, motown, see the film: REGGAE and meet Founder of Britain's leading steel panists: Ebony Steelband's: Pepe Francis and founder of hottest nightspot in town during the 60's founder and owner of 'The People's Club,' entrepreneur - Wilbert Campbell aka Count Suckle in conversation with Pathway Leader (BA Hons) Media and Graphic Design at London College of Communications: Joel Karamath

With more to be announced in every category sharing insights and memories with their younger counterparts and 'you' the audience.

The weekend will be faciliated by actor Geff Francis (Ashes to Ashes, BBC1, Desmonds, C4) and CharlesThompson MBE: CEO and founder of the Screen Nation Awards.

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