After the Child Public Health Learning Together day with the Schools of Paediatrics, Public Health, & General Practice there will be a very exciting film event with great speakers in a beautiful setting! And discounted entry for study day attendees! And refreshments!
THE SELFISH GIANT FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION
Daily Telegraph 5*: “brilliant and soul-scouring fable”
The Guardian 5*: “outstanding”
Evening Standard 5*: “pulsing with life”
Tuesday 19 May, doors 18:30, screening 19:00, Q&A 20:30 followed by refreshments.
Tickets £8 (study day attendees)/£10.
Join us for a WatchTalkThink public screening of Clio Barnard’s award-winning “The Selfish Giant” followed by panel discussion in the beautiful setting of The Foundling Museum.
Set on the outskirts of Bradford, the film follows two young lads, Arbor and Swifty, and their dealings with a local scrap dealer. Boldly cinematic and featuring astonishing performances from the two leads, The Selfish Giant further cements Barnard’s reputation as a visionary filmmaker.
Lead on school exclusions and reintegration
London Borough of Croydon
Assistant Director of Public Health and lead for maternity, children and young people, Camden & Islington
Co-Author of “Decent Childhoods – Reframing the fight to End Child Poverty”
Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist and Co-Founder of Young Minds
Tickets available at the museum, or via their website.
The Foundling Museum
40 Brunswick Square
London WC1N 1AZ
(nearest tube: Russell Sq)