Work-in-Progress Screening: A Radical Duet by Onyeka Igwe
Thursday 18 May


In 1947 London was a hub of radical anti-colonial activity, with international intellectuals, artists and activists agitating for their respective countries’ national independence. Onyeka Igwe’s A Radical Duet is a short narrative film that imagines what happened when two women of different generations, both part of the post-war independence movement, came together in London to put their fervour and imagination to writing a revolutionary play.


A Radical Duet is funded by Film London Artist Moving Image Network, Bonington Gallery, June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive, and the Humanities Cultural Programme. Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.




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Image: Onyeka Igwe, A Radical Duet (2023). Courtesy Onyeka Igwe.