On the coast of Cape Town, South Africa’s most segregated city, there is one public space where everyone does seem to come together: the Sea Point Promenade and Municipal Pools. Sea Point Days presents an unusual and impressionistic record of life in Cape Town, using largely cinematic vignettes to explore issues of belonging, integration, nostalgia, happiness and identity in an ex-white South African neighborhood. (Dir. François Verster, 2008, 94 min)
Hosted by the IU Libraries Moving Image Archive/Screening Room.
*This event is free, but ticketed, and open to the public.
*The Screening Room temperature tends to run cool, so please remember to bring a jacket or sweater.
*No food or drink is permitted in the Screening Room.