This is Not a Poem by Eric Ngalle Charles – Part of Journeys Festival International 2020

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This is Not a Poem by Eric Ngalle Charles – Part of Journeys Festival International 2020

14 — 18 October 2020 Entrance is free

Journeys Festival International 2020 presents the premiere of This is Not a Poem – a hymn on tolerance based on a collection of Eric Ngalle Charles’ poetry combined to form a single narrative. The film speaks on language, migration, memory and trauma, and seeks to ask the question, what is home?

The premiere screening will be followed by a Q&A with ArtReach’s Film Programmer Reba Martin and writer Eric Ngalle Charles.

14 — 18 October 2020 Entrance is free

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