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Friday, March 17, 2006

Last night at the SFC

Last night was StudioFilmClub's third anniversary screening, and a bigger-than-usual crowd turned out to see A Dream to Change the World, Horace Ove's documentary about the Trinidad-born, London-based writer, publisher, and activist John La Rose (who died last Carnival Monday, 27 February). Ove himself was there to talk for a few minutes about the film, followed by David Abdullah of the Trinidad and Tobago Oilfield Workers Trade Union. After the film, SFC regulars kept the third "birthday" party going till the wee hours.

che and peter at sfc

(Grainy, low-light shot of) Che and Peter at the controls


horace ove at sfc

Horace Ove speaking before the screening


la rose at sfc

A shot of John La Rose from A Dream to Change the World


attillah and tessa at sfc

Writer (and SFC blogger) Attillah Springer and artist Tessa Alexander


jonathan birthday at sfc

Someone else had a birthday to celebrate--SFC blogger Jonathan Ali poses with Sophie Wight


sfc lime

The lime went on till the wee hours, in the corner around the bar

More photos from last night here.

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