World Cup film explores immigration and identity

Written by on 10 July, 2018 in Film, News, What's On - No comments
England flags on Rattray Road

England flags on Rattray Road

The Portuguese community of Brixton and wider South London features in a film exploring immigrant experiences and national identity in London through the lens of the World Cup.

Made by AlleyCat Films based in South London, the film features several London communities watching their teams in places from bars to barbershops.

Portugal fans watch their team

Portugal fans watch their team

The new owners of Brixton Village will again set up a giant screen in Granville Court on Coldharbour Lane to allow fans to watch all remaining World Cup matches.

“Fans wanting to see the matches on the screen should arrive early to get a good view and to sample the excellent food and drink options in the surrounding area,” says Hondo Enterprises CEO Taylor McWilliams.

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