Film Screening of TAKE CARE

Hatched Gallery is popping up at Shortwave Cinema on Saturday, December 6th to showcase artist Mohamed-El-Haddi and the first film of his ongoing documentary series entitled TAKE CARE.

The film chronicles the life and work of Vinnette Campbell, a 24/7 at-home family carer, who cares for her 90-year-old father, Terence Campbell, suffering from vascular dementia.

The film takes you through an array of powerful emotions, whether it makes you laugh, touch your heart, empathise with Vinnette’s personal journey through caring. Viewers will connect with Vinnette and Terence, the unknown man and woman that you first see appear on screen gradually feel like close friends.

As a part of our screening, Hatched Gallery is holding a lunch fundraiser, serving Caribbean food, in collaboration with the United Anglo-Caribbean Society to which Terence has been a life-long member. The Society provides a place to have a homecooked meal, interact with people his own age and spend quality time with friends. 

The menu is as follows: Jerk chicken, vegetables, rice with peas, corn, exotic avocado salad, callaloo, butternut squash and pumpkin soup, hot spicy sweet potatoes, cooked plantains, Jamaican ginger cake. 

If you are interested in our film screening and lunch fundraiser, please RSVP to Hatched Gallery, purchase your tickets and check for more information about our exciting screening event!

Our hope is to raise funds for the charity Dementia Concern, who help families such as Vinnette’s and Terence’s take care of their loved ones.

Duration 06 December 2014 - 06 December 2014
Times food 12:45pm film 2:20pm
Cost food £14, film £10, or bulk ticket £20
Venue Shortwave Cinema
Address 10 Bermondsey Street London SE1 3UN, ,
Contact 07966659893 / /

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