Thu 30 Jun - Sun 3 Jul

Becoming Cousteau

93 mins

in English and French with EN subs

USA | 2021 | dir. Liz Garbus | doc

The mere name ‘Jacques Cousteau’ conjures the imagery of the Ocean Blue, adventurers, and a red hat. Yet Liz Garbus’ ground-breaking documentary, after 4 years of research on the oceanographer and exclusive archival access, unveils the important underwater reality beneath the journey aboard the Calypso: dedication to marine life preservation, which he pioneered with the Cousteau Society.

Thu 30 June 6.15pm

In partnership with Kensington and Chelsea Art Week and KarmaBank, these screenings will be preceded by the short film Footsteps In the Wind directed by Maya Sanbar and inspired by the music of Sting.

About Footsteps in the Wind

It is the story of two children who lose their parents tragically and must travel to safety on a mysterious journey. While dealing with themes of child migration, bereavement and resilience, the animation is meant as a storytelling tool for all trauma and feelings of loss and hope. Entirely produced during lockdown, it is a truly international collaboration involving more than 100 professionals based in London (UK), Sao Paulo (Brazil), and New York.
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Thu 30 Jun
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Fri 01 Jul
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Sun 03 Jul
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