The June Givanni Archive presents its important collections on Pan African Film history.
The Archive is a resource which offers scope for exploration and discovery through creative engagement with the past. It is creating a nurturing environment encouraging interaction between local (Black British Cinema is a core theme), global and intergenerational communities in which to understand and value collective identities celebrated in cinema.  Among its services, the archive stages curated film screenings, workshops, exhibitions, discussions and other events.
*The term Pan African is an identification that encompasses the peoples of the African continent and all of the African diaspora, where people of African descent can be found.

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