Free school and college screenings of films and documentaries from Regus 44th London Film Festival

20th October 2000 at 01:00
Free screenings of films and documentaries are being held for schools and colleges throughout the Regus 44th London Film Festival which runs from November 1-16.

Highlights of the secondary educational programme include screenings of teen drama Crime and Punishment in Suburbia, Hillbrow Kids, a documentay on street children living in Johannesburg followed by a Qamp;A with the film makers and Bollywood Calling (right), a comedy featuring Om Puri from East is East. For details, contact the festival's education co-ordinator Corinna Downing on 020 7815 1406 or e:mail her at lff.education@bfi.org.uk


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